July 29, 2020
The high-frequency slip ring developed by JINPAT is divided into two types. One is a rotary joint for radio frequency with a characteristic resistance of 50Ω. Its path can be up to 4 channels. The TNC interface is mostly used in radio frequency systems such as radar antennas. The other high-frequency slip ring uses 75Ω characteristic impedance coaxial cables to transmit information. It is more used to transmit high-definition video signals, which is the same as the previous radar. Compared with the high-frequency slip ring used in RF equipment, its figure is much slimmer and smaller. However, both of them have one thing in common, that is, they are less used alone, but often combined with electric slip rings.
JINPAT high-frequency combined slip ring can also choose coaxial cables with different wire diameter specifications. The difference in wire materials can make it meet the transmission of high-definition video signals such as 3G-SDI, 6G-SDI, 12G-SDI, etc. The combination standard slip ring currently developed by JINPAT is a product that combines a high-frequency slip ring with a 75Ω characteristic resistance and a capsule slip ring. Their models are LPC-1C1202, LPC-1C2402, and LPC-1C3002. The high-frequency slip rings can also use 50Ω coaxial cable products to meet the needs of high-definition video signal transmission.