Properties of Solaris-ShieldTM

PSC has developed a unique technique making it possible to embed the metal mesh directly as an integral part of the acrylic filter, avoiding any issues related to lamination.

The embedded mesh is typically made of stainless steel or copper. 

When the Solaris-Shield™ window is placed in front of certain types of displays, optical interference (Moiré) can occur if the alignment of the mesh is not optimised relating to the displayed pixel matrix. This distracting effect can be avoided by aligning the mesh into a certain angle relative to the display compared. The EMI shielding filters from PSC can be mounted at any angle between 0° and 90°.

In order to meet the specified data, it is vital that electrical grounding is made between the entire perimeter of the mesh and the housing of the appliance. This contact can be established by applying conductive silver or nickel paint to the edge of the filter. The filter should then be mounted in the panel with a conductive gasket or conductive adhesive.

Colour and Surface Features

Typically, Fine Mat and Hard Mat coatings are applied to EMI solutions.

PSC's Solaris-Shield™ EMI shielding windows can be supplied in different colours upon demand and the geometrical processing possibilities are virtually unlimited. 

Technical Data

  • Light transmittance approximately 78 % compared to transparent acrylic.
  • Thickness: 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, and 4 mm.
  • Mesh: Bright or blackened non-reflective
  • The mesh can be orientated between 0° - 90°.
  • Flexible, conductive silver or nickel busbar on edges.
  • Standard operation temperatures between -40°C to 70°C.
  • Dimensions up to 1500 x 1000 mm.
  • Several standard mesh types can be embedded i.e. copper 100 OPI Ø 0.03 mm and stainless steel 100 OPI Ø 0.025 mm


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