Leading international manufacturer of components and system solutions for optical and electrical connectivity, HUBER+SUHNER, is set to debut its newest cable assemblies which push the boundaries for stability and reliability in harsh environments at Electronica, November 13-16, 2018 in Munich.
The global Swiss-based company will be showcasing its five new and improved phase invariant CT cable assemblies which have been specifically developed for applications which require precise electrical length connectivity. Opening a new door for phase critical applications in fluctuating temperatures, HUBER+SUHNER has created a steady and reliable interconnect solution to satisfy a huge range of applications where phase stability is key. Along with the industry-leading phase vs. temperature performance, as well as a unique range of cable constructions to fulfil any customer demands, it meets all requirements in Radio Frequency, Aerospace & Defense, Test & Measurement and Industrial environments.
The solutions also have unique features to achieve a significantly improved insertion loss stability over temperature compared to standard coaxial cables. This is due to its innovative design, structure and specific developed materials.
“Thanks to our long-standing knowledge in providing communications to critical environments, we know exactly what the market, and essentially, customers, need from cable assemblies. Research and Development is core to the HUBER+SUHNER backbone, and our new CT assemblies offering is a direct result of our findings,” said Eduardo Romero, Product Manager at HUBER+SUHNER. “The new assemblies achieve increased accuracy, stability and reliability over multiple temperature cycles, and there are no limitations no matter the temperature or industry.”
Mr Romero added: “The new and improved CT variants of the tried and tested Sucoform, EZ, Minibend and Multiflex product families are practical and cost-effective yet performance and reliability are never compromised. Giving customers the option to control fluctuating temperature changes within their cable assemblies will ultimately lead to increased accuracy, stability and reliability – a beneficial scenario for all involved.