This video compares ESD Shielding bags and Pink Poly bags. The differences between these bags consist of bag construction and performance.
The static shielding bag construction is multi-layer. The inside of the bag is antistatic polyethylene that restricts tribocharging. The middle layer is a metal layer that is less than 1 x 10^3. The outer-layer is a polyester layer that gives tensile and puncture strength. The outside of the bag is a non-generating, antistatic layer.
Pink poly is a single-layer material. When the polyethy...
Materials that easily transfer electrons (or charge) are called conductors and are said to have “free” electrons. Some examples of conductors are metals, carbon, and the human body’s sweat layer.
Grounding works effectively to remove ElectroStatic charges from conductors to ground. The other term often used in ESD control is dissipative, which is 1 x 104 to less than 1 x 1011ohms and is sufficiently conductive to remove ESD charges when grounded.
As electronic technology advances, electronic circuitry gets progressively smaller. As the size of components is reduced, so is the microscopic spacing of insulators and circuits within them, increasing their sensitivity to ESD. Industry experts estimate that average electronics product losses due to static discharge range from 8 to 33%. Others estimate the actual cost of ESD damage to the electronics industry as running into the billions of dollars annually. It is therefore critical to be aware of the most sensitive items being...
The ideal ESD Control Plan is one that improves productivity, quality, and reliability, in addition to being flexible enough to accommodate changes and improvements in the manufacturing process. ESD Control Plans must evolve to keep pace with costs, device sensitivities, and the way devices are manufactured in the future. The management of an on-going ESD Control Plan can be broken down into 3 steps: 1. Measure, 2. Control, and 3, Verify.
With most companies pressured by global competition, effective ESD control can be a key to improving productivity, quality, and customer satisfaction. It is a pity that many companies buy ESD protective products or equipment and then misuse them, often causing more harm than good.
The EM Eye Meter counts and measures the magnitude of ESD events. This meter also provides filters to estimate the events magnitude for CDM, HBM and MM models. The EM Eye Meter has optional sensors to detect EMF and RF signals.
Rejection of most Non-ESD Events
User-Friendly Interface with Graphic and Touch Display
ON/OFF Using Touch Screen
Data is stored on a microSDTM card (included) which can be transferred to PC