Phase-stable cables provide consistency over changing temperatures
Huber+Suhner is using Electronica as a platform to unveil its latest cable assemblies. There will be five new and improved phase invariant consistent over temperature (CT) cable assemblies which have been developed for applications that require precise electrical length connectivity.
Featuring a steady and reliable interconnect solution to meet requirements of a range of applications where phase stability is key, the cable assemblies provide leading phase versus temperature performance, as well as offering a a variety of cable constructions. In addition, the cables cater for all requirements in radio frequency, aerospace and defence, test and measurement and industrial environments, says the company.
The cable assemblies’ design, structure and specific developed materials also help achieve an improved insertion loss stability over temperature compared with standard coaxial cables.
“Thanks to our long-standing knowledge in providing communications to critical environments, we know exactly what the market, and essentially, customers, need from cable assemblies. Research and development is core to the Huber+Suhner backbone, and our new CT assemblies offering is a direct result of our findings,” said Eduardo Romero, product manager, 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.”
Romero added: “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. 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.” he said.
Huber+Suhner, based in Switzerland, has a global production network, combined with group companies and agencies in more than 60 countries. The company serves customers in the communication, transportation and industrial sectors.
Visitors to Electronica can find Huber+Suhner in Hall B2, Stand 439 from 13-16 November.