1-3/8 INCH THROUGH BORE IN 48, 2 AMP CIRCUITS AND 6 OR 12, 10 AMP CIRCUITS
A slip ring capsule can be used in any electromechanical system that requires unrestrained, intermittent, or continuous rotation while transferring power and / or data. A slip ring is also called a rotary electrical joint, collector, commutator, or swivel. A slip ring can improve system performance by simplifying operations and eliminating damage prone wires.
The AC6428 and AC6429 through bores with slip rings provide an economical, readily available solution when a compact, through bore configuration is required. This unit provides a 1-3/8 inch through bore for routing of hydraulic or pneumatic lines, and a compact 3.9 inch outside diameter for minimal space applications. The AC6428 provides 2 amp circuits in 60, 72, 84 and 96 ring configurations. The AC6429 provides 48, 2 amp rings coupled with either 6 or 12, 10 amp circuits. Similar in design to our very popular AC4598 and AC6200 series, this design features long life, fiber brush contact technology for ultimate performance in many challenging applications.
For more information about how Moog's slip rings with through bores can fit your specific application, contact our slip ring experts.
- 1-3/8 inch through-bore
- Speeds up to 250 rpm
- Multiple circuit configurations
- Continuous rotation of power and / or data signals
- High-impact thermoplastic construction
- Sealed to exclude dust and light fluid splash
- Available with Ethernet
- Transfers power, as well as analog and digital signals
- Compatible with data bus protocols
- Fiber brush technology provides long life and maintenance free operation
- Compact packaging
|Operating Speed||250 rpm*|
|Number of Circuits||48 @ 2 amp PLUS 6 or 12 @ 10 amp|
|Lead Lengths||40 inches (1000 mm)|
|Voltage||220 VAC, 2 amp; 600 VAC 10 amp|
|Current Ratings||2 amp and 10 amp / circuits|
|Lead Size / Type||26 AWG, 2 amp circuits
16 AWG, 10 amp circuits
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to +80°C max.|
|Noise||100 milliohms max.|
|*Please note that the operational life of the unit is dependent upon rotational speed, environment and temperature.
- Precision rotary equipment
- Semiconductor handling systems
- Industrial machinery