Conductive Heat Shrink Wire Connectors
EMC shrinkMate heat shrink wire connectors are composed of MIL Standard R-46846 polyolefin tubing and a highly conductive Polymer Thick Film silver inner diameter coating. The coating shrinks with a heat gun, oven, or any other conventional heat source. When the tubing is set, the inner conductive layer provides an electrical connection between the outside surface of the objects that are joined by the tubing. Read more
Coaxial cable butt joints and cable to shielded connector housing joints can be made fast and easy and without the use of solder.
Heat Shrink Electrical Connectors
Electrical connections are possible with EMC shrinkMate heat shrink wire connectors between components of various sizes and shapes, and between solderable and nonsolderable surfaces, such as stamped metal, plated finishes, and shielding paints.
Heat Shrink Butt Connectors
EMC shrinkMate heat shrink electrical connectors are entirely coated on their inner surface providing not only electrical continuity, but EMI, RFI, and ESD shielding around the joints being connected.
- 2:1 shrink ratio
- MIL Standard R-46846
- NASA Sp-R-002A and ESA PSS-01-702
- Fast and easy heat shrink butt connectors
- Ideal for splicing coaxial cables
- Forms cable to shielded housing connections
- Eliminates soldering
- 1 foot to 3 feet in length
- Other sizes available upon special request
- The standard use is for the conductive layer to be inside the tubing. If the conductive layer is required to be on the outside or on both sides of tubing, please call us
|Materials Available:||Operating Temperature||Longitudinal Shrink||Shrink Ratio||Dielectric Strength||Processing Temperature|
|Multi-purpose Polyolefin||-55º C to +135º C||2%||2:1 (diameter)||600 volts/mil||120ºC|
The resistance of a shrunken tube is approximately 1 per inch. The resistance of any splice is determined by the gap between two objects being spliced. A 0.1 inch gap will have 0.1 per inch resistance.
Passes the Aerospace Industry General Specification Vacuum Stability Requirements of Polymeric Material for Spacecraft Application for Mass Loss and Collected Volatile Condensable Materials per ASTM E-595, NASA Sp-R-002A and ESA PSS-01-702.
Shielding needs depend on the application, and will be dependent on the internal design but typical “High Frequency” shielding needs are:
|Military||60-90 dB||(1000 - 30,000x)|
|Special||90-120 dB||(30,000 - 1,000,000x)|
Practical upper limit for enclosures & rooms is 120 dB.
2:1 Conductive Heat Shrink - Ordering Information
Ship Time of 6 weeks if Out of Stock
Custom Sizes and Cut Pieces are NON-RETURNABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE
*3 ft sections are the maximum on Conductive Heat Shrink
|PART #||NOMINAL ID||COLOR||PRICE / FOOT|
|For Shielding Effectiveness, click here|
|PART #||NOMINAL ID||DESCRIPTION||LENGTH||PRICE|
|HSC-025FT-IN/OUT||1/4"||Heat Shrink Conductive inside and outside||3 FT|
Custom sizes and Cut pieces are NON-RETURNABLE and NON-REFUNDABLE
ARTICLES - A place to find educational articles covering a wide range of topics, all categorized according to your areas of interest. Learn more
- Heat Shrink Tubing: How It Was Invented, and Why We Use It
- The Handyman's Guide to Improvisation: 7 New Ways to Use Heat Shrink Tubing
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