Huber+Suhner debuted its newest cable assemblies that push the boundaries for stability and reliability in harsh environments at electronica this week.
The global Swiss-based company showcased its five new and improved phase invariant CT cable assemblies which have been specifically developed for applications which require precise electrical length connectivity. Opening a new door for phase critical applications in fluctuating temperatures, Huber+Suhner has created a steady and reliable interconnect solution to satisfy a huge range of applications where phase stability is key. Along with the industry-leading phase vs. temperature performance, as well as a unique range of cable constructions to fulfill any customer demands, it meets all requirements in radio frequency, aerospace and Defense, test and measurement, and industrial environments.
The solutions also have unique features to achieve a significantly improved insertion loss stability over temperature compared to standard coaxial cables. This is due to its innovative design, structure and specific developed materials.
According to Eduardo Romero, Product Manager at Huber+Suhner, “The new assemblies achieve increased accuracy, stability and reliability over multiple temperature cycles, and there are no limitations no matter the temperature or industry.”
“The new and improved CT variants of the tried and tested Sucoform, EZ, Minibend and Multiflex product families are practical and cost-effective yet performance and reliability are never compromised,” Romero concluded. “Giving customers the option to control fluctuating temperature changes within their cable assemblies will ultimately lead to increased accuracy, stability and reliability – a beneficial scenario for all involved.”
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