See-through wire mesh to ESD/RFI protect LCD?

26/01/2008 - 20:27 von Joerg | Report spam
After trying Google, McMaster, and lots of others: Is there a
see-through (thin) mesh that can be fastened to the back of a steel
panel using conductive epoxy around the perimeter? Preferably something
that can't rust.

It is to protect a LCD from getting hit by strong fields or really big
ESD zaps. Currently there is only some kind of poly film 1/10th" away
from the LCD (doesn't touch). It's ok if the translucent properties
aren't top notch since the LCD is back-lit pretty well.

Regards, Joerg

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#1 Robert Obermayer
26/01/2008 - 21:06 | Warnen spam
Hi Joerg,

while i dont know about wire mesh, i do know something that might also
help and would be worth a try: RS 264-9382 is supposed to be fairly
conductive and more or less transparent.
Its very expensive though, probably okay for low volume things but
certainly not something you might want to use on cheap, high volume
devices...


Joerg schrieb:
After trying Google, McMaster, and lots of others: Is there a
see-through (thin) mesh that can be fastened to the back of a steel
panel using conductive epoxy around the perimeter? Preferably something
that can't rust.

It is to protect a LCD from getting hit by strong fields or really big
ESD zaps. Currently there is only some kind of poly film 1/10th" away
from the LCD (doesn't touch). It's ok if the translucent properties
aren't top notch since the LCD is back-lit pretty well.

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