Opertaing Speed 500 rpm*
Number of Circuits 2 A signal in multiples of 12 up to 72
10 A power in multiples of 6 up to 36
25 A power in multiples of 3 up to 18
Lead Wire 26 AWG signal, 16 or 12 AWG power, 12 inches (300 mm)
Voltage 240 VDC signal / 600 VDC power
Operating Temperature -40°C to +80°C
Contact Material Silver rings with fiber brushes
Noise 100 milliohms max

*Please note that the operational life of the unit is dependent upon rotational speed, environment and temperature.

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. The 1 inch through-bore provides routing space for hydraulics, pneumatics, optics or for a concentric shaft mount.

The AC7296 Ethernet slip ring uses our unique fiber brush technology which offers several advantages over conventional slip ring contacts, including multiple points of contact per brush bundle, low noise, electrical and low contact wear rates. In addition, fiber brushes do not require lubrication and produce virtually no wear debris for maintenance free lifetime operation.

The AC7296 leverages Moog’s popular AC4598 / AC6200 series of parts while providing many new standard options including higher circuit counts and accommodating custom cable requests.


  • 1 inch through-bore
  • Speeds up to 500 rpm
  • Up to 36 ten amp, 16 AWG, circuits
  • Up to 72 two amp, 26 AWG, circuits
  • Optional configurations for up to 25 A, 12 AWG, power
  • 12 inch lead wire standard, with options up to 10 feet
  • IP65 sealing
  • Standard collar mounting - flange mounting optional
  • Also available with Ethernet, twisted shielded pairs, coax and custom cable requests

Typical Applications

  • Industrial machinery - machining centers, rotary index tables, heavy equipment turrets or cable reels, test equipment, packaging machines, palletizing machines, magnetic clutches, process control equipment, rotary sensors, emergency lighting, robotics 
  • Exhibit / display equipment
  • Medical equipment
  • Positioning pedestals – security, communication, sensors