With different RF shielding needs in terms of size, frequency, performance, and cost, every industry offers unique challenges to engineers. Masach™ vast inventory includes an unrivaled range of RF shield sizes and multiple EMI shielding materials, all with drawn seamless design for quality that can meet any need.
Thanks to telecommunications progress over the last decade, we are now a mobile society. Combined with the ever-growing Internet of Things and the expanding use of AI, that means more telecommunication devices around us all the time. As we incorporate this tech into every aspect of life, product designers need to plan for more and more interference, while keeping costs down. In antennas, mobile phones, GPS systems, and more - RFI shields for telecom devices are what allow our technology-driven lives to keep running smoothly.
EMI shielding in medical devices can be a matter of life and death. Today's hospitals use countless devices that rely on EM and RF, creating the potential for interference from all sides. This puts the delicate calibration of both diagnostic equipment and treatment devices at risk. That's why RF shields used in medical equipment demand the highest possible performance.
Masach adheres to the strictest global quality standards, offering nickel-silver shields in a wide variety of dimensions and configurations. The drawn manufacturing method leads to more robust shields with optimal planarity that don't deteriorate as quickly as bent shields, preventing even the smallest inaccuracies and malfunctions and enhancing the PCB assembly process.
As the size and weight of electronic components get smaller with time, the aerospace industry is seeing a steady increase in the electronic systems used aboard all kinds of aircraft, from satellites and spacecraft to military jets and private planes. Along with the growing complexity of onboard systems, passengers also carry more electronic devices with them than ever before.
For engineers, this means a demand for durable, high-performing RF shield cans for avionics. Safety systems, navigation systems, and environmental systems all demand complete protection from interference to perform their mission-critical functions at peak levels. Hermetically sealed RF shields need to be built to last.
Automotive manufacturers face a wide variety of constraints, and RF shields for the automotive industry can make all the difference. The size of cars means that a lot of electronic systems need to fit in a small space. Complex wiring systems can increase prices and the chance of problems, leading to a heavier reliance on wireless systems. To lower manufacturing and fuel costs, more and more companies are introducing non-metal parts to the body of cars, foregoing the car's ability to serve as a faraday cage. Engineers, therefore, need to be more careful than ever about shielding interior systems from external sources of interference.
Electromagnetic and radio frequency interference can cause everything from missed turns to dangerous accidents, and therefore RF shielding in the automotive industry is essential. The RF shield used by automotive engineers needs to withstand shifting temperatures, ongoing vibrations, and high impacts, meaning that the automotive industry needs the most durable EMI shields available.
Heavy industry and manufacturing of all kinds rely on the accuracy of measurement tools. Downtime is costly and factories and worksites must be ready to adapt to circumstances and deal with problems quickly and effectively. That's why a variety of configurations for EMI shielding for industry can be a boon to engineers, allowing quick repairs and perfect performance exactly where they're needed.
The energy grid is becoming more modern every day, incorporating alternative energies, generating power more efficiently, and utilizing data to increase sustainability and lower costs. To keep all of these advancements working together in an intense environment requires highly specific, high-quality EMI shields for the energy sector.
LED lighting plays a role in a variety of other sectors, including the highly competitive consumer electronics industry. Compared to the line voltage of traditional incandescent bulbs, the drivers of LED lights operate at high voltages and are extremely sensitive to electromagnetic interference. With their use in so many industries, RF shields for LED lighting need to offer high quality, low costs, and a wide variety of design options.
Today's agriculture industry relies on a wide variety of sensors and communication devices to gather data and improve coordination between equipment in the field. This sensitive equipment, ranging from metering spray nozzles and soil condition readers to Bluetooth-enabled tractors, must function in all weather, fully exposed to the elements. Seamless drawn RFI shield cans for agriculture can help modern agritech withstand the moisture, dust, and bumps that are a part of farming.