RF Shielded Enclosure

RF Shielded Enclosure
Model: SE02

The pan type shielding system from Comrel Technologies offers a very high RF attenuation performance as standard and a wide range of highly flexible solutions for the different rooms to be installed in an EMC test facility and to suit various Customers’ requirements. The RF attenuation levels are verified as compliant with EN 50147-1. The panels are constructed from 2mm thick hot galvanised steel sheets, which are folded at the edges on all the four sides, then formed into a tray.

They are bolted (M8) together with a double knit steel mesh RF gasket made from tinned copper-clad steel-wire to ensure the electrical contact and the optimal RF sealing characteristics (also for magnetic fields).

The modules have pre-punched holes at every 75mm. Modules use flanged-head bolts for ease of installation. The flanges can be bolted on the outside or inside of the room. The walls will be built to ensure a ridged construction. The external finishing is exposed galvanised steel.

The support structure is designed with a very high degree of flexibility and is free standing and completely self supporting.It is shipped to the site primed and can be finished on site to suit different colour requirements upon request and at additional cost.

An isolation membrane is laid underneath the shielded panels to prevent humidity or any moisture coming from the floor of the parent building and damaging the shielded floor. This will not prevent damages from excessive water intrusion.

Advantages of PAN type shielding:

Panels are constructed from 2mm thick galvanised steel sheet

Panels are bolted (pre-punch hole on the panels) together with a twin round knit mesh RF gasket. Increase of shielding performance.

Immune from moisture and temperature. No re-tarqing over time.

With ferrite directly installed onto shielding surface, offer convenient solution flat surface if mounted with flanges outside.

Flanges are 37mm and can be bolted on the outside or inside to give a flat surface finish.

When space in parent building is very limited, flanges are assembled from inside.

Typical values when tested in accordance with EN-50147-1, MIL-STD 285 or IEEE 299