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feedthrough

[′fēd ‚thrü]
(electricity)
A conductor that connects patterns on opposite sides of a printed circuit board. Also known as interface connection.
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The feedthrough capacitors contain proprietary self-healing, metallised plastic film capacitor material, and use a solderless capacitor assembly technique to avoid heat damage.
The device features excellent video feedthrough of 5mVpp for reduced distortion, and delivers low insertion loss (0.
In addition to ensure watertight feedthroughs, it was recommended to shield the air intakes.
The company offers its Ductorseal feedthrough products in precision-machined housings of aluminum, titanium, steel, brass, plastic, or low out-gassing epoxy.
Sealed to eliminate encroachment of chips and swarf, with standard options for automated part recognition in unmanned operations, the ROTA NCO is also available with media feedthrough capabilities.
Requirements for rejection of LO feedthrough and 2xLO signals are somewhat less stringent (-40 dBm) because potential harmonic and distortion frequencies are well out of the receive band of interest.
High Density (HD) Feedthrough assemblies permit multiple insulated wires to be installed through a single port for chamber profiling and product validation in sterilizers, cryogenic chambers and freeze dryers.
Creating motion in a vacuum typically requires either a rotary feedthrough, with ferrofluid or O-rings to seal the shaft, or a magnetic feedthrough, which does not provide a positive connection.
If a drive motor doesn't have the feedthrough feature, it may be worthwhile to purchase a coiled video cable that combines video power for camera and lens control into one jacket.
85A/W (typical, 1550nm) Input (Optical signals): LC connector with four-tape fiber featuring small bending loss Output (RF signals): feedthrough with differential signal interface
Revered for its high mechanical strength, Zirconia enables implantable pulse generator casings to be manufactured with very thin walls and eliminates the need for antenna feedthrough wires; the ceramic casing is brazed and hermetically bonded to the feedthrough.