electrostatic shielding


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electrostatic shielding

[i′lek·trə‚stad·ik ′shēld·iŋ]
(electricity)
The placing of a grounded metal screen, sheet, or enclosure around a device or between two devices to prevent electric fields from interacting.
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A clipped waveform indicates a need to improve electrostatic shielding.
The built-in photo diode and circuitry feature internal electrostatic shielding to achieve low susceptibility to electromagnetic interference of 800 Vpp (volts peak-to-peak) per meter.
Independent tests have shown repeatedly that the ElectriPlast[TM] technology possesses superior electrical and electrostatic shielding properties compared to other conductive plastics over a wide frequency spectrum from Direct Current (DC) to Ultra-High frequency (UHF).

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