Hermetic feedthrough

  • 04-Feb-2009 12:04 EST
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Douglas Electrical Components’ Ductorseal sealed wire and cable assemblies resolve through-bulkhead conductor sealing problems and eliminate leak paths by providing an interconnecting harness in a sealed, pre-wired, ready-to-install feedthrough. The line features precision-machined housings of aluminum, titanium, steel, brass, plastic, or low outgassing epoxy, and items are available with various standard or custom wire bundles. Epoxy sealing provides leak-free performance in a range of operating environments up to 200°C (392°F). High voltage and low cross-section wire feedthroughs operating to 30,000 V dc are also available. Connector configurations on both atmospheric and vacuum/pressure sides can be configured as needed. Applications include automotive, semiconductor manufacturing, space simulation, military, and oil and gas exploration.

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