Product Focus: Connectors/Wires/Cables
Qosina, Ronkonkoma, NY, has introduced 25 new tube-to-tube barb connectors to its portfolio. The connectors available in more than 500 configurations. These connectors accommodate inner tube diameters as small as 1/32 in. (0.031 in., 0.8 mm) and as large as 1 in. (25.4 mm). Styles include reducing and non-reducing, Y, cross, elbow, T, straight, and barbs with luer connectors. Available materials include Kynar, PP, and PC.
OVERMOLDED CABLE CONNECTORS
Binder, Camarillo, CA, has launched a series of 8-pin cable connectors, equipped with molded, UL-approved PUR or PVC cables. The series is designed primarily for use in applications where liquid media are found. The 770 NCC (not connected closed) series provides level IP67 protection, being dust-tight and shielded against temporary submersion. Unplugged, they are rated IP54, protecting against contact, dust, and splashing water. A reliable and easy-to-use bayonet locking system ensures quick and safe mating and unmating, and molded, UL-approved PUR or PVC cables make field assembly unnecessary. The cable cross-section is 8 × 0.25 mm² and the cable jacket diameter is 6.0 mm.
LEMO, Rotkreuz, Switzerland, has introduced a multi-contact high voltage connector. The REDEL ® 2P Multi-Contact High Voltage Connectors are available in 2, 5, and 8 contact configurations. They are designed for medical applications where compliance to user safety IEC 60601-1 (Rev. 3) is required, including PFA (pulsed field ablation) and PEF (pulsed electric field) catheter and cardiac applications technologies. The connectors address 2 MOPP/2 MOOP (Means of Patient/Operator Protection), which increases the air clearance and creepage distances to guarantee user safety. Building on the 2P series legacy in medical applications, the new connectors are an ideal solution for PFA and PEF catheter and cardiac applications technologies.
Coaxial cable assemblies from Times Microwave, Wallingford, CT, deliver RF power from the equipment room to the electromagnetic coils. The LMR®-900 and LMR®-1200 are designed to meet the high-power demands of magnetic resonance imaging. The cables’ inherent flexibility allows easy handling during installation. The high-performance cables are available in flame-resistant and low-smoke options.
Article source: Medical Design Briefs