MPLS, MN - Rotary Systems introduces Slip Rings for a variety of applications. Rotary Systems uses the same high quality standards in the development of the new Slip Ring product line as we have established in our rotary union designs. Please visit our new slip ring website www.rotarysystems-sr.com today!
A slip ring is an electromechanical device that allows the transmission of power and electrical signals from a stationary to a rotating structure. A slip ring can be used in any electromechanical system that requires unrestrained, intermittent, or continuous rotation while transmitting power, analog, and RF signals and data.
The primary goal of the slip ring is to transmit the electrical signals. The physical dimensions, operating environment, rotating speeds, and economic constraints often affect the type of packaging that must be employed.
In many high-performance applications, our slip rings are custom engineered to meet a customer's specific requirements related to electrical specifications, mechanical packaging, operating environment, and cost constraints.
Additionally, Rotary Systems is capable of integrating a slip ring into our rotary unions. This is designed into our unions to allow for continuous 360 degree rotation of electrical power, signal and data transfer.
If you have a slip ring application please contact Rotary Systems at 800.959.0146 or email email@example.com.
About Rotary Systems:
Rotary Systems is recognized for our innovative design and manufacturing capabilities in rotary unions and electrical slip rings. From our skilled engineers to our state-of-the-art facility to our incredible depth of knowledge, you can trust Rotary Systems to always deliver rotating unions and slip ring solutions designed and built to the highest standards possible. To learn more how engineers around the world, in limitless industries, including Automation, Defense, Offshore, Semi-Conductor, Energy, and Food and Beverage Processing have counted on our engineering expertise to turn their visions into reality, please contact an applications engineer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800.959.0146.