Antenna slip ring

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Reliable Antenna Slip Ring with through hole
A slip ring can be used in any electromechanical system that requires unrestrained, continuous rotation while transferring power and / or data from a stationary to a rotating structure. A slip ring is also called a rotary electrical interface, collector, swivel, or a rotary joint. A slip ring can improve system performance by simplifying operations and eliminating damage-prone wires dangling from movable joints.
Normally, Fiber optic slip rings can be combined with electrical and fluid slip rings, providing a single, compact package for optical signals, electrical power and fluid transfer for antenna or radar application .Most of ByTune's standard slip rings can be modified to meet the customer's custom requirements.







Parameters of Reliable Antenna Slip Ring with through hole
Mechanical :
Working speed300rpm
Operating temperature-40℃~ +100℃
Contact materialPrecious metal
IP GradeIP54 or IP 65

Electrical:
CircuitAs per requested ,
Current10A,20A,30A,
SignalAs per requested
Voltage≤380V, 600V optional
Dielectric strength≥[email protected] between each circuit
Insulation resistance1000MΩ@ 500VDC
Electric noise≤7mΩ
Lead wire sizeAs per requested Wire or Metal Pin
Lead wire lengthStandard in 200mm
OthersHybrid with fiber optic , hydraulic or pneumatic

Features of Reliable Antenna Slip Ring with through hole
●Contact smooth
●Transfer power or data reliable
●Fiber optic , hydraulic or pneumatic hybrid available
●Easy installation
●Compact design
●Water or dust proof
Alternatives of Reliable Antenna Slip Ring with through hole
●Circuits
●Loading of each circuit
●Wire length
●Dimension
●Wires exit location
●Material of contacting and housing

Test instrument and manufacture capability:




Measurement and Test:



3D Test Concentricity Test



Electric noise Test Projecto

Interference test Reliable contact TestAntenna slip ring
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