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S03-15100300R

15x10mm RFI Shield Can, 0.15mm thickness (T+R)

EMC Shielding (EMI/RFI Shielding, Board Level Shielding)

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Product Description

  • 15mm x 10mm, 3mm high, 0.15mm shield thickness. Packaged in Tape & Reel for automated placement.
  • Recommended for use with S1721-46R, S0941-46R, S0961-46R, S1001-46R or S0911-46R Surface Mount Shield Clips.
  • Easy to use and rework – no additional soldering operations required.

Technical Details

Specification

Connection Type:

With SMT Shield Clips

Materials

Finish / Plating on Contact Surface:

Unplated

Base Material of Contact:

Nickel Silver

Packaging Style:

Tape and Reel

Dimensions

Individual Part Weight:

0.378g

Overall Dimensions (L x W x D) in mm:

15.15 x 10.15 x 3.15

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Why is there no voltage rating for this contact?

Voltage rating is calculated from the flashover voltage – the voltage at which the electricity can break down the air gap and jump between two contacts. With a single contact, the voltage rating you achieve will depend on the space you leave between two contacts, or a contact and any other conducting element. So we are unable to give a voltage rating for single contacts, as it will depend on your usage.

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Are these shield cans solderable, in an application where clips are not used?

These cans were not intended to be soldered, and as such have not been tested for solderability – they do not have a finish on them that would help with the soldering process, like as a tin finish. The material is a nickel/silver alloy, unplated. We can only recommend that you carry out your own testing to see if they can be soldered within your application.

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