Board Level Shielding

Standard surface mount shields are available in both one-piece and two-piece designs.  One-piece shields offer six sides of EMI protection, with the sixth side being the board itself.  One-piece designs offer economical shielding protection where access to covered components is not necessary. 

Two-piece shields offer users the flexibility to inspect or repair shielded components without having to risk board damage by removing the entire shield or incur any tooling costs.  The covers snap on and off with ease, which makes repair of the component under the shield quicker and easier and reduces board re-work.

There are no tooling costs associated with either the single-piece or two-piece standard designs. 

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  • High-quality base materials available: Tin Coated Steel, Nickel Silver, Brass, Aluminium and Stainless Steel.
  • Corner shielding options include: folded, rigid corner, or full drawn to accommodate flatness.
  • Mounting features: SMT castellations (standard), thru-hole lock pins, or tabs.
  • Custom shapes: Squares, rectangles, L-shapes, 90 inside corners.
  • A built-in feature in the frame for easy removal of the pick and place bridge for post reflow inspection.


LAIRD Technologies

All electronic devices generate electromagnetic radiation that can be transmitted through the air from one electronic device to another. This is known as Electromagnetic Interference (EMI). In certain industries and applications, the flow of electromagnetic waves and interference can damage essential devices and even pose a safety risk. Industries that are especially vulnerable to EMI include the automotive, consumer electronics, military (for control panels, signal intelligence, signal blocking and radio military packs), IT & telecommunications, medical and export manufacturing. For decades, Laird Technologies has been at the forefront of EMI protection, shielding, and electromagnetic compatibility. Their products solve the most complex EMI dilemmas by: -    Suppressing interference and meeting immunity requirements -    Isolating offending circuits through filtering, grounding, and shielding -    Desensitizing devices by increasing their immunity to susceptible circuits [button open_new_tab="true" color="accent-color" hover_text_color_override="#fffff" size="small" url="" text="Supplier Website" color_override=""] [button open_new_tab="true" color="accent-color" hover_text_color_override="#fffff" size="small" url="" text="Request a Quote" color_override=""]
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