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Question about minimizing ESD on pcb

Question about minimizing ESD on pcb

Question about minimizing ESD on pcb

(OP)
Hello !!!
For a personal project I need to put a pcb in an enclosure made of 2 layers (one above and one below)

I've been told to avoid acrylic because it holds static charges

I was thinking to use dibond aluminium sheets (2 aluminum sheets with polyethilene between them), would that be ok?

Thanks to all!

RE: Question about minimizing ESD on pcb

Acrylic is not usually a problem in that regard. Otherwise your question lacks about a bazillion details needed for us to help you successfully.

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

RE: Question about minimizing ESD on pcb

Not 'dangerous' at all. Will cause no difficulties.

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

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