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3M 1126 EMI Smooth Copper Foil Shielding Tape, 1/8" x 36 yd x 3.5 Mil, Copper

ID: 3M1126X.125 Mfr ID: 1126X.125
Manufactured by: 3M Electrical OEM Materials
3M copper foil tape 1126 tape is typically used as an EMI/RFI shielding tape for applications in the electronics industry such as static charge draining, seaming shielded rooms, cable wrapping and surface contact to non-solderable materials.

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  • Brand name :  3M
  • Series :  1126
  • Item Name :  Shielding Tape
  • Short Desc :  TAPE,3M 1126 .125"X 36YD ROLL CU
  • UNSPSC :  31201521

3M copper foil tape 1126 consists of a 1 oz rolled copper foil backing and an electrically conductive, pressure sensitive acrylic adhesive. This tape is supplied on are movable liner for easy handling and die-cutting. It has excellent solder ability.

Performance Details
Adhesive Strength 35  oz/Inch
Elongation 5% 
Breaking Strength 25  lb/Inch
Design & Construction
Color Copper 
Adhesive Type Acrylic 
Backing Material Copper Foil 
General Features
Shelf Life 60 Months 
Type EMI, Smooth 
Environmental Condition
Temperature Rating 130  deg C
Flame Retardant Yes 
Physical Properties
Width 0.125  Inch
Length 36  Yard
Thickness 3.5  Mil
Core Size 3 Inch 

3M 1126 EMI Smooth Copper Foil Shielding Tape, 1/8" x 36 yd x 3.5 Mil, Copper Technical Data Sheet 

3M 1126 EMI Smooth Copper Foil Shielding Tape, 1/8" x 36 yd x 3.5 Mil, Copper Instruction Manual 

Features :

  • Supplied on a removable liner for easy handling and die-cutting
  • It has excellent solder ability
  • Backing thickness of 1.4 Mil
  • Temperature rating of -40 to 130 deg C

Applications :

  • For Electronics Industry such as Static Charge Draining, Seaming Shielded Rooms, Cable Wrapping and Surface Contact to Non-Solderable Materials