High Voltage-Module for highly energized applications
up to 23kV DC in a fully hybrid connection-system
The insulation-bodies are potted within a fibreglass strengthened module-body of Polyamide 6.6, are resistant against heat and creepache-current and are suitable for pulsed voltages too. The surrounding module-body is in accordance with UL94-VO and enables operating temperatures from -40°C to +125°C.
The module is inserted into a fixation frame and then into an EMC-resistant IP65 aluminum cast-housing available in different sizes with a wide variety of locking-systems, cable-entries and –glands. A maximum of seven modules can be placed in one housing adding up 14 HV-connections per system. Alternatively the system can also be equipped with other GES-modules for data-, optical- or pneumatic-transmission for hybrid solutions.
Typical applications are found in highly energized industrial machinery and facilities generating ionizing radiation like electron-beam-welding, X-Ray equipment for quality-control or UV-applications for hardening, curing or sterilization.
Using smaller housings also enables very reliable and economic hybrid connection solutions in electrotechnical devices like i.e. instrumental analysis- and medical-equipment.
The PTFE HV-Module is fully compatible to the worldwide common systems Amphenol C146M, Lapp Contact EPIC MC, Walther Werke Procon MO, Weidmüller ConCept and Wieland revos FLEX.
GES High Voltage, Inc.
GES Electronic & Service is a German manufacturer near Munich specialized on High Voltage Interconnection technologies. The company designs and merchandises circular High Voltage Connectors in diverse configurations for performances from 10 - 150 kV as well as hybrid HV-Connector Systems combinable with pneumatic-, power-, signal- and data-transmission for more complex applications. GES Electronic & Service has been a reliable partner and OEM-supplier to customers throughout Europe, the United States and worldwide for more then twenty years.
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