Low-noise cables

  • 05-Jan-2010 11:17 EST

Dytran Instruments’ 6013A, 6019A, 6025A, 6036A, 6049A, and 6056A ultralow-noise cables exceed the performance of competitors’ low-noise cables. The cables are treated to reduce triboelectric noise, which is the unwanted generation of electrical charges by the chafing together of insulation layers inside cables during flexing caused by vibration and shock-induced motion.

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