3M™ Scotch® 7800 photo scanning tape 1 in x 50 yd

3M ID 7000056389UPC 00021200172038
  • Heavy thickness crepe paper backing for good paint lines.
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Specifications
Adhesive Type
Synthetic Rubber
Backing Material
Paper
Brand
Scotch®
Daytime Color
Silver
Face-Side Adhesive Thickness (metric)
0.04 mm
Face-Side Adhesive Type
320 High Tenacity Acrylic
Facestock
Aluminum Foil
Facestock Color
Silver
Facestock Finish
Matte
Facestock Thickness (metric)
0.05 mm
Industries
Automotive, Electronics, Furniture, General Industry, Metalworking, Military and Government, Specialty Vehicle, Transportation, Woodworking
Lens Type
Exposed
Maximum Operating Temperature (Celsius)
121 Degree Celsius
Overall Length (Metric)
45.72 m
Overall Thickness (Metric)
0.17 mm
Overall Width (Metric)
25.4 mm
Primary Liner
60# Densified Kraft
Primary Liner Color
Medium Gray
Primary Liner Thickness (Metric)
0.08 mm
Print Method
Flexo|DMI
Product Form
Roll
Regulatory Key
AD-01868
Details
  • Heavy thickness crepe paper backing for good paint lines.

Scotch® Photoelectric Scanning Tape 7800 is an exposed-lens retroreflective tape with a pressure sensitive, synthetic rubber adhesive. It is designed for use as expendable code marks in automatic warehouse or conveyor operations.

Scan and Classify with Luminescent Tape Scotch® Photoelectric Scanning Tape 7800 is a 7 mil, exposed-lens retroreflective tape with a pressure sensitive, synthetic rubber adhesive. It is designed for use as expendable code marks in automatic warehouse or conveyor operations. This tape affords exceptional contrast with its background for increased accuracy, reliability and depth-of-field in photoelectric sorting and classification systems. It may be employed with automatic on-line applicators or manual dispensers for identification or simple sorting of paperboard shipping containers. Recommended Applications:Photoelectric sorting labeling, Expendable code marking, Applications requiring luminescent marking High Temperature Resistance This tape is designed to perform at high temperatures. It can withstand continuous exposure to temperatures as high as 350 °C and short term exposure up to 500 °C. It provides a typical luminance factor of 200X at -4 °C reading, and 100X at a skewed 45 °C reading.