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High Frequency Rotary Joint

by Arica James JINPAT Electronics is a professional slip ring man

The high frequency slip ring is a hybrid slip ring combination of the electric slip ring and the high frequency rotating joint LPCC. Besides realizing the function of traditional electric slip ring, it can also transmit analog signals and high-speed digital signals with frequencies up to 500mhz-50ghz through high frequency rotary joints.

The unique advantages of the JINAPT high frequency slip ring include its ingenious design, excellent SWR, and low attenuation losses, stable transmission during rotation, and high crosstalk attenuation across individual channels in the entire frequency range. This type slip ring provides good solution for transmitting huge capacity data and signal between rotating platform and static platform. Single channel could be up to 50GHz frequency as well as 21 channels. Insertion loss is less than 0.5dB, VSWR could be less than 1.5.

High frequency can be transmitted high-frequency signals from a fixed position to another rotational position, This series simulate coaxial cable structure with good performance, contact part adopt high flexible, anti-wearing and anti-fatigue alloy materials as well as electrical sealed structure and high anti-interference. At present, this product has been widely used in HD monitoring system, radar system and so on.

Product Advantages:

  1. Contact with precious metal ensures long working life
  2. Gold – gold contacts, the contact resistance is very low
  3. Compatible with data bus protocol
  4. Smooth rotation
  5. Low torque
  6. Compact structure
  7. SDI signals can be transmitted

Typical applications:

Medical Engineering

Satellite communication

Cable reel

Radar antenna

TV-camera system


About Arica James Advanced   JINPAT Electronics is a professional slip ring man

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Joined APSense since, November 4th, 2015, From Shenzhen, China.

Created on Sep 26th 2017 02:42. Viewed 133 times.

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