Electrical tapes encompass a wide variety of tapes used in electrical applications. Simple electrical insulating tapes are used to insulate, identify, and label wire and other conductive materials. Black vinyl protects the tape from sunlight and water damage. Conductive tapes are used in cable, integrated circuit, and electromagnetic (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) shielding, as well as in grounding, bonding, and mounting applications. These tapes are made of a conductive metal foil, such as copper or aluminum, coated with a conductive adhesive. Other types of electrical tapes include static control tapes and water contact indicator tapes. Static control tapes protect electronic components while water contact indicator tapes indicate water damage in electronics by turning colors.