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Feedthroughs & Viewports > Electrical Feedthroughs > Coaxial Feedthroughs > Cabling Instructions for Feedthroughs

BNC Feedthroughs Cabling Instructions & Specifications

Features

  • Feature grounded or floating shields
  • Designed and rated for use in high and ultrahigh vacuum applications
  • Single-ended assemblies come with one air-side cable connector, but without vacuum-side connectors. Optional push-on contacts and vacuum-compatible cables are available
  • Double-Ended assemblies come with air side cable connector only

Specifications Table

Impedance48–52 ohms
Conductor MaterialStainless Steel
Insulator MaterialAlumina
CableRG-58U
ConnectionBayonet
Vacuum ApplicationHV or UHV
Temperature Range
(for metal seals)
Weld adapter, CF: -200° C to +450°C
Temperature Range
(for elastomer seals)
KF, O-Ring, NPT: To +150° C
Temperature Max. Ramp Rate25°C / Minute
Temperature Range
(cable connectors)
-65°C to +165°C
Max. Voltage
(for floating shields)
Shield-Ground: 2,500V DC
Shield-Pin: 500V DC
Max. Voltage
(for grounded shields)
500V DC
Max. Current3A

*NOTE: Standard feedthroughs are unmatched. 50-ohm matched impedance connectors are available at an additional cost.

BNC Coaxial Connector Cabling Instructions

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1) Cut and strip jacket to 0.28".

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2) Comb out braid. Taper ends toward conductor center.

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3) Slide nut, washer, and gasket over cable. Slide clamp over braid so that its inner shoulder fits against end of cable jacket.

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4) Comb braid back over clamp and trim to 0.09" from end. Trim dielectric to 0.13", leaving an exposed conductor length of 0.09". Be very careful not to nick it in the process. Wet conductor with a non-acid core 60–40 tin–lead solder.

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5) Slide contact pin onto conductor until it butts with dielectric. Solder in place using a 60–40 tin–lead solder. Remove excess solder. Do not overheat cable dielectric because swelling may prevent insertion of cable into the shell.

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6) Slide cable assembly into shell as far as it will go then slide nut into shell. Hold cable and shell securely while tightening screw with wrench.

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