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Intelliconnect extend range of weatherproof Triaxial connectors

April 3, 2012
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Intelliconnect (Europe) Ltd., the UK based manufacturer of RF and Waterproof connectors, has extended its market leading range of high-reliability Triaxial connectors. Two new families of Triax connectors are now available; the TRB series bayonet connectors and the TRT series featuring a threaded coupling.

These high quality connectors are manufactured in the UK, are suitable for high or low volume applications, feature a high integrity clamp construction and are weatherproof. Key features of Intelliconnect’s Triax connectors include; low noise, isolated ground, non constant impedance and may be used with both Twinax or Triax cable types.

Triaxial connectors are commonly used in industrial, broadcast and medical applications, including nuclear medicine camera cables where reduced ‘noise’ or interference levels are required and to ensure accurate measurements in medical dosiometry systems. The standard double screening of Intelliconnect Triax connectors makes them very useful in military and aerospace applications by providing high EMC integrity.

Roy Philips, managing director of Intelliconnect, comments; “our Triaxial connectors set new standards in reliability and availability. Our flexible manufacturing systems can provide small or large quantities of our products to be produced on demand and at competitive prices. We also lead the way in custom connector supply with prototypes delivered in just seven weeks from design approval.”

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