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Wireline Slip Rings (MXV)

Started by upamfva, 2021/12/27 12:51AM
Latest post: 2021/12/27 12:51AM, Views: 48, Posts: 1
Wireline Slip Rings (MXV)
#1   2021/12/27 12:51AM
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Wireline Slip Rings (MXV)


Meridian Laboratory offers a full line of ROTOCON MXV slip rings, collector rings, and rotary electrical connectors as drop in replacements to existing wireline logging reels and applications. Standard wireline slip ring models are offered in voltages of 600V, 1500V, and 2500V and available up to 12 conductors total. Custom ROTOCON wireline slip ring models can be configured up to 3500V and 20 conductors.Get more news about Wireline Stop Ring,you can vist our website!

ROTOCON wireline collector rings are oil-filled and environmentally sealed – allowing them to operate outdoors and in harsh environments without any additional protective covers or measures necessary. They are unaffected by dust and water, and do not require any routine maintenance or adjustment – simply delivering an extremely clean signal without noise, shorts, or cross-talk; providing end-users with better data in the field resulting in higher yield with less downtime.
Unlike conventional brushed slip rings which rely on metal on metal contacts and are limited by RPM, electrically noisy, and require adjustment and maintenance for proper operation – all ROTOCONs are brushless, functioning through a molecularly bonded viscous metal film which remains unaffected by speed, provides clean and noise-free electrical signals, and requires zero maintenance.

The ROTOCON platform utilizes a sealed contact system that is brushless, 100% maintenance-free, and provides the cleanest electrical signal available in any rotary electrical contact solution, for both power and data signals, you can count on no measurable change of resistance (noise) from a ROTOCON rotary electrical union.


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