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Power feedthroughs are a type of electrical feedthrough that tranmits electricity from atmosphere to vacuum typically through a chamber wall. The voltages are typically low (<220volts), but the current can be be quite high (up to 1000 amps) For more information on power feedthroughs go to:

Category: Feedthroughs

Sub-Category: Electrical Feedthroughs

Related Topics: feedthroughs, power vacuum feedthrough

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