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Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components1

Your work demandsthe right moves.Moog Components Group is an innovative motion technology company withunique design and manufacturing capabilities for electromechanical and fiberoptic products. Founded over 50 years ago, the company’s original vision was tobecome a research and development business offering new technologies for theemerging inertial navigation marketplace for aircrafts. Quickly, it evolved into amanufacturing operation where the designs were crafted into products that werein high demand.Moog Components Group has a legacy for providing high-quality products usedin critical defense and space applications. Over the years, this foundation hasexpanded to a broad spectrum of industrial markets, including medical, automation,marine and communications. The company is ISO certified and utilizes world-classmanufacturing concepts, including Six-Sigma and Lean Manufacturing, to allowthe company to produce the highest quality products at competitive prices.Today, Moog Components Group’s core business is motion. Product lines includeslip rings, fiber optic rotary joints, motors, resolvers, actuators, fluid rotary unions,fiber optic components and air moving systems. There are seven manufacturingoperations with locations in Virginia (Blacksburg and Galax), North Carolina(Murphy), Pennsylvania (Springfield), Canada (Halifax), England (Reading) andFlorida, (Naples) with over 1,800 employees worldwide.“Our success is attributed to the ideas,skills and dedication of our employees.These individuals have conquered newmarkets and built a company that todayhas a diverse portfolio of applications.With recent acquisitions, our slip ringand fiber optic product lines haveexpanded and we have evolved into newmarkets. Now our customers have onecompany for all their motion solutions Moog Components Group.”- Larry Ball, PresidentMoog Components Group offers standard and customer-specific solutions forindustrial, medical, marine, aerospace and defense applications. More informationabout Moog Components Group is available at www.moog.com/components.We have the motion solutions.2Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components

Motion Technology Catalog IndexSelecting A Slip Ring /Product OverviewCommercialSlip RingsAerospace / MilitarySlip RingsMarine / EnergySlip RingsFluid RotaryUnionsIntegratedMechanismsProduct Applications. 4Selecting A Slip Ring.5-8How To Specify A Slip Ring. 6Slip Ring Application Specification Sheet. 7Components Of A Slip Ring. 8Product Overview. 9-11Commercial Slip Ring Specification Matrix. 9Aerospace / Military Slip Ring Program Matrix. 11Commercial Slip Ring Products.12-124Slip Rings With Through-Bores. 13Split Slip Rings. 39Slip Ring Capsules (Compact). 41High Speed Slip Ring Capsules. 62Large Diameter Slip Rings. 74Separates. 76Platter Separates. 80Fiber Optic Rotary Joints (FORJ). 81Fiber Optic Hybrid Units. 105Aerospace / Military Slip Ring Products.107-128Electro-Optic Systems. 108Vehicular Slip Rings. 110Helicopter Slip Rings. 116Propeller Slip Rings. 118Miniature Slip Ring Capsules. 120Marine / Energy Slip Ring Products.129-143Slip Rings. 130FPSO Swivels. 139Fiber Optic Multiplexers. 142Fluid Rotary Unions (FRU).144-152Integrated Mechanisms.153-155Technical Information.156-160Digital Technology. 157Fiber Brush Technology. 159Product Summary. 163Technical InformationMoog Components Group parts comply with EU Directive 2002/95/EC (Restriction of Hazardous Substances). A product listing will be updatedon an ongoing basis. If you are interested in a product list, please visit our website at: www.moog.com/components.Note: This catalog contains basic marketing information and general part descriptions of Moog Components Group product lines. With respectto the U.S. export regulations, the products described herein are controlled by the U.S. Commerce Department or the U.S. State Department.Contact Moog Components Group for additional detail on the export controls that are applicable to your part.AmericasMoog Components Group Moog Components Group1213 North Main StreetBlacksburg, VA 24060United StatesMoog Components Group30 Suttons Business ParkReading, Berkshire RG6 1AWEnglandMoog GmbHHanns-Klemm-Strasse 2871034 BoeblingenGermanyEuropeAsia-PacificTel: 1-540-552-3011Fax: 1-540-557-6400Tel: 44 (0) 118-966-6044Fax: 44 (0) 118-966-6524Tel: 49 7031-622-0Fax: 49 7031-622-100Tel: 81 463-55-3615Fax: 81 463-54-4709www.moog.com/componentsU.K. and IrelandMoog Japan Ltd.1-8-37 Nishi-ShindoHiratsuka KanagawaJapan 254-001933

Product ApplicationsWe have your motionapplication solutions.Typical ApplicationsAerospace / Defense Armored vehicle turrets, IR and EO systems Missile seeker gimbals and inertial systems Helicopter de-ice systems, EO / IR trackersand target systems Fixed-wing aircraft - EO / IR trackers, fire controlsystems, surveillance systems and targeting systems Missile counter measures Space - solar array mechanisms Shipboard / submersible - navigation systemsand fire control radar Surveillance systemsIndustrial Medical equipment and devices Robotics Index tables Semiconductor handling Pan tilt cameras Packaging and processing equipment Cable reels Wind energy CT scannersMarine Remote operated vehicles (ROV) Seismic surveying Oceanographic winches Subsea communications and control Floating production, storage and offshore loading (FPSO) Diving Marine instrumentation Downhole / wirelogging and drilling4Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components

Selecting A Slip RingMoog Components Group www.moog.com/components55

How To Specify A Slip RingMany of the more than 10,000 slip ringdesigns are available for use in their existingconfiguration or they may be modified tomeet your specific requirements. Newdesigns can also be created to meet the mostdemanding specifications.Our engineers are experienced in a widerange of slip ring applications. A very activein-house quality program solicits the bestinputs from all of our many concurrentengineering groups, from start to finish.This section is designed to guide you throughthe process of specifying a slip ring. We’veoutlined below the major considerations thata slip ring engineer will need to know aboutyour application.Basic Slip Ring DesignThroughout these pages, you will seethree basic terms used for slip rings:1. Slip Ring Capsule - A fully integratedunit with a housing and bearings.2. Slip Ring Separates - Separate slip ring rotorand brush blocks for mounting in your system.3. Twist Capsule - A limited rotation deviceused typically in scanning applications wherecontinuous rotation is not required.There are two basic slip ring configurationsto consider based on space allocation inyour system:1. The more common drum approachwhere each ring is adjacent to thenext along the centerline, somewhatlike the threads on a bolt and2. The platter approach where the rings areconcentric with one another like the grooveson a flat surface. The pancake approachis used when length is at a premium butdiameter is less restrictive.6Defining the Mechanical EnvelopeThe envelope is, of course, largely dictatedby the space available in the system. The slipring engineer should be given the maximumspace available in the system so all existingcandidate designs can be considered. It isimperative that the space required for the slipring be specified in the early stages of thesystem design and that it be consistent withthe structural and electrical demands.Defining System InterfaceRequirementsThe slip ring engineer will need to know thesesystem interface considerations:1. Can the slip ring mount directly on thecenter line or is a through-bore required inthe slip ring? A through-bore can be usedto mount the slip ring on a shaft or used forrouting hydraulic lines, pneumatic lines, fiberoptic rotary joint, wave guide. etc.2. How will the slip ring attach to the system?A slip ring must be mounted with a flexiblecoupling on one side of the unit. Hardmounting on both the rotor and stator willcause the slip ring to fail prematurely bytranslating system load into the slip ringbearing structure.3. How should the electrical connections tothe slip ring be made? Is it desirable to haveconnectors integral with the slip ring on boththe rotor and stator, or would flying leads onone or the other ends be desirable? And ifflying leads are preferred, should they exit therotor / stator in a radial or axial direction, andwhat length should the leads be?pay for ten amps continuous capacity whenyou only need two amps.Be aware that voltage surges and spikesare the major cause of system slip ringfailures. Moog Components Group usesa conservative approach to circuit design,however, it is not uncommon in some powersupply systems to see voltage spikes ten ormore times the normal operating voltage. Westrongly recommend surge protection on allpower supplies.Most smaller slip rings will satisfactorilyconduct signals to 50 megabits / sec. Specialslip rings can be used to pass broadbandsignals from DC to 1 gigahertz and data ratesof 500 megabits or even higher. Cross-talk,insertion loss and bit error rate informationcan be projected, if tested for actual values,when data rates, formats and impedancesare defined. The appropriate shieldingtechniques will be incorporated to meet thesystem requirements.Defining Mechanical Requirements1. Operating speed (rpm) is an importantdesign parameter. Almost any slip ring canoperate successfully at speeds to 100 rpmalthough many applications only requireoperation at a few rpm. Slip rings areroutinely used to instrument test jet turbineengines operating at speeds in excessof 20,000 rpm. The operating speed, inconjunction with the diameter, dictates thesurface speed of the ring relative to the brushand hence the internal design approach andmaterial selection.2. What rotational life is necessary for yourapplication? Will the unit oscillate or rotateat a continuous speed?Defining the EnvironmentDefining Electrical RequirementsThe specified current enables the slipring engineer to propose a unit with theappropriate cross-sectional area of the rings,brushes and lead wires. The specified voltagedictates the spacing between adjacent ringsand brushes. It is helpful in achieving themost cost effective and smallest practicalenvelope not to rate all circuits at themaximum level. For example, if you need 20circuits total, three of which must carry tenamps, designate three for high current. Don’tinsist on 100% functional interchangeabilityby specifying that all 20 circuits carry tenamps. And, if ten amps is a surge currentwith a continuous current of only two amps,tell us that, too. There is no reason for you toThe environment in which the slip ring mustsurvive is a key factor. Operating temperaturerange is important in specifying the properlubricant. And if the slip ring will operateexposed to the elements or to a hostileenvironment, integral seals must be includedin the design. Any unusual shock or vibrationshould also be specified.Your Slip Ring RequirementsFor assistance on your slip ring requirements,please complete the Slip Ring ApplicationSpecification Sheet located on page 7, youcan either fax or call and speak with one ofour engineers about your optimum slip ringsolution.Many of the slip ring designs and manufacturing processesdescribed are proprietary and are covered under one ormore U.S., European or Japanese patents. The informationprovided is intended to assist the system engineer in initialdiscussions and is not intended as a specification.Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components

Slip Ring Application Specification SheetPlease provide as much information as possible, enter NA for those questions that are not critical or important to you. Do not be concerned if youdo not have all of the specifications that are requested, we are happy to work with as little or as much information as you can provide. However, themore complete your response, the more thorough our analysis.Company InformationCompany NameContactDivision BuyerAddress Engineer OtherCityState/CountryPhoneZip/Post CodeFAXE-mail Commercial Industrial Military Other1) Description of Application:2)Type of Slip Ring Capsule Separate Slip Ring3)This Application is: New Separate Brush Block Poly-Twist (for ) Retrofit / ReplacementType of Application:Current Supplier:4) OtherPart Number:Estimated Annual Quantity:Price Target:Estimated Life of Program:Tooling Available:Production Start Date:5)Size Constraints - Mechanical and additional requirements (i.e. resolver, motor, hydraulics, pneumatics, optical channel, etc):6)Specifications:CircuitFunctionNumber of Rings:Size:No.RingCurrent (amps)NormalMaxWorkingVoltsDigital Risetime*or Freq. (Hz)CrosstalkIsolation (dB)LengthDiameterBoreWear (Life): Hours (or Yrs)at Duty CycleOperating Temp Range ( C):MinMaxPressure:NormNormVibration:Ming’s @Sealing:Hz Shock None Water SprayRotational Speed:NormOscillatory Motion:YesTorque:g’s Dust & Splash SubmersionNoMax Startinggm-cmWeight (Max):Lead Length: RotorStatorConnectors:RotorStatorLead Exits:Rotor AxialRadialStator AxialRadial*If unknown please specify protocol or data rate.800-336-2112 ext. 4736 1-540-443-4736 FAX 1-540-557-6645 email: mcg@moog.com g Components Group7

Components Of A Slip RingSTATOR LEADSBRUSH BLOCKSTATOREND CAPSTATOREND CAPROTORDEROTATIONTABRINGBARRIER(Insulation Between Rings)FIBER BRUSHROTOR LEADSBEARINGSNote: Outer housing is removed for clarity.8Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components

Commercial Slip Ring Specification MatrixPart ## RingsSRA-73540-66Continuous Current (amps)25710141530Coaxial50RG178Standard OperatingVoltage (AC)RG1796120240440X600SizeBoreRatedSpeedDIA” x LG”DIA”RPMPage#.44 x .6425041SRA-735401212X.44 x .6425041SRA-736251818X.44 x 1.1610043AC6373-666X.5 x .810045AC6373-121212X.5 x 1.0710045SRA-735266, 18XX.87 x .57 - 1.1125047SRA-7352812XX.87 x .7625047SRA-7359924XX.87 x 1.2425047AC6023-666X.87 x 1.1425049AC6023-121212X.87 x 1.4125049AC6023-181818X.87 x 1.6825049AC6023-242424X.87 x 1.9525049SRA-735743636X.87 x 2.425051SRA-735872824X.87 x 2.425051AC6355-363636X1 x 2.625053AC6355-36V3228X1 x 2.625053X1 x 2.625053X1 x 2.625053X1 x 2.625053X1 x 3.525053X1 x 3.525053X1 x 3.525053X1 x 6355-56C46404AC6355-56K46404224422AC7038XIP 65 sealed version of AC63551 x 3.52501 x 2.6 - 3.625055AC6305-6963X.87 x 1.9525056AC6305-91293X.87 x 1.9525056AC6305-1215123X.87 x 1.9525056AC6310-3633X.87 x 1.9525056AC6310-6963X.87 x 1.9525056AC7036Up to 80X3.1 x 3.1 - 6.725058XXXXXXXEC42942 @ 1 ampX1.2 x .6810,00068EC3848-66 @ 1 ampX1.2 x .9810,00068EC41998 @ 1 ampX1.2 x .9210,00068EC3848-1010 @ 1 amp80050-957 /1028300-2280050-958 /1028300-4480050-956280050-955480059-9508X221.2 x 1.210,000682X1.248 x 2.54400602X1.248 x 2.54400602X1.248 x 2.54400602X1.248 x 2.54400608X1.58 x 3.0760060SRA-73683-666X1.38 x .82.512013SRA-73683-121212X1.38 x 1.12.512013SRA-73683-181818X1.38 x 1.42.512013SRA-73683-242424X1.38 x 1.72.512013AC6438-666X2.1 x 1.6.525015AC6438-121212X2.1 x 2.1.525015AC6438-181818X2.1 x 2.7.525015AC6438-242424X2.1 x 3.2.525015List continued on page 10.Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components99

Commercial Slip Ring Specification MatrixPart ## 7094-1484848AC6349-66Continuous Current IA” x LG”DIA”RPM2.17 x 5.02.525017X2.17 x 5.57.525017X2.17 x 6.13.525017X2.17 x 6.69.5250173.07 x 2.9125019Standard OperatingVoltage (AC)RG1791202406440600XPage#AC6349-121212X3.07 x 4.1125019AC6349-181818X3.07 x 5.3125019AC6349-242424X3.07 x 6.5125019213.07 x 2.9 - 6.51.0250AC4598-6AC687566IP 65 sealed version of AC6349X3.9 x 2.131.525022AC4598-121212X3.9 x 3.071.525022AC4598-181818X3.9 x 4.011.525022XAC4598-24243.9 x 4.941.525022AC6200-12121224X3.9 x 2.131.525024AC6200-242424X3.9 x 3.071.525024AC6200-363636X3.9 x 4.011.525024AC6200-4848483.9 x 4.941.525024AC6200-6P/12S18126X (2A)XX (10A)3.9 x 3.071.525024*AC6200-6P/24S30246X (2A)X (10A)3.9 x 4.011.52502424AC6200-6P/36S42366X (2A)X (10A)3.9 x 4.941.5250AC6200-12P/12S241212X (2A)X (10A)3.9 x 4.011.525024AC6200-12P/24S362412X (2A)X (10A)3.9 x 4.941.525024AC6200-18P/12S301218X (2A)X (10A)3.9 x 4.941.5250243.9 x 2.3 - 5.11.525026AC6815Up to 128X3.5A/11010A/2204.32 x 3.01 - 5.941.525027AC6428-06060603.9 x 6.61.37525029AC6419IP 65 sealed version of AC4598 and AC6200 series3.5X2A/60XAC6428-0727272X3.9 x 7.51.37525029AC6428-0848484X3.9 x 8.451.37525029AC6428-0969696X3.9 x 9.341.37525029AC6429-00654486X (2A)X (10A)3.9 x 7.51.37525029AC6429-012604812X (2A)X (10A)3.9 x 7.51.37525029AC623184.25 x 2.751.5250066AC6275Up to 1446.63 x 6.6 - 20.52.751000316.63 x 6.6 - 20.52.75100033X8.0 x 4.6 - 14.442503430A5.0 x 1.89 - 5.891.560368XXAC6793XXXX (5A)XIP 65 sealed version of AC6275AC6098Up to 72Std W SeriesUp to 36XXXXXXX5A/250Std W SeriesUp to 36XXXX5A/25030A6.5 x 1.89 - 5.893.06036Plus W SeriesUp to 124XXXX5A/25030A5.0 x 2.43 - 10.381.5100070Plus W SeriesUp to 124XXXX5A/25030A6.5 x 2.32 - 10.383.0100070Plus W SeriesUp to 124XXXX5A/25030A7.5 x 2.18 - 10.384.060070Plus W SeriesUp to 124XXXX5A/25030A9.5 x 2.19 - 10.386.060070Plus W SeriesUp to 124XXXX5A/25030A12.5 x 2.43 - 10.389.06007080042-9508X50V1.52 x 2.2920,0006280043-95012X50V1.52 x 2.7920,0006280038-95082.550V3.56 x 5.2812,0007280039-950122.550V3.56 x 5.8812,0007280027-950242.550V3.56 x 8.6412,0007256814-95088X4.134 x 1.9692.9532503956871-95144X7.165 x 0.7875.9842503957165-95055X2.102 x 1.2201.6522503988X9.291 x 1.5757.011503957622-95010*Indicates power / signal combinedNote: Higher speed options available for AC4598, AC6200 and AC6349.Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components

Aerospace / Military Slip Ring Program MatrixSIG CKTS Signal Circuits (Rings)PWR CKTS Power Circuits (Rings)ProgramDescriptionKey FeaturesBradley Fighting VehicleCommander’s IndependentResolver, 259 SIG CKTSViewer AZ Slip RingAdvanced Targeting PodA3 Turret Slip RingAir Channel, 86 SIG CKTS & 4 PWR CKTSAZ Turret Slip RingAir Channel, Encoder, 42 SIG CKTS & 2 PWR CKTSPitch Axis Slip Ring45 CKT With In-board ConnectorsRoll Axis Slip Ring20 PWR CKTS, 3 Twinax High Speed Data CircuitsSlip Ring RF Rotary Joint6 PWR CKTS: 115 VAC, 4 A; 73 SIG CKTS: 100 V(250 Mbps), 46 SIG CKTSAH-64A / D ApacheLongbow Attack HelicopterAssembly1 A; Resolver, 4 Channel RF Rotary CouplerAH64 ApacheTail Rotor De-ice2 PWR CKTS 20 AAvenger Air Defense SystemTurret Slip Ring CapsuleAir Channel, Encoder Mount, 2 PWR CKTS 150 A,Blackhawk and SeahawkBlackhawk Main Rotor3 Low PWR CKTS, 5 A, 28 VDC28 VDC 61 SIG CKTS 3 A, 28 VDC3 Ø PWR CKTS, 60 A, 200 VACF-14 / 15 / 16 LANTIRNUH60 Tail Rotor3 Ø PWR CKTS, 20 A, 200 VACSeahawk Main Rotor3 Ø PWR CKTS, 60 A, 200 VAC; 28 VDC, 5 ABlackhawk Tail Rotor3 Ø PWR CKTS, 20 A, 200 VAC, Separate CablesMain De-roll Slip RingDual Axis Rotating (Spin-Despin) Hydraulic Channel50 PWR CKTS, 130 SIG CKTS, 2 High Voltage (150 V)Sentinel RadarPedestal Slip Ring Capsule6 PWR CKTS - 3 Ø, 208 VAC, 10 A73 SIG CKTSV-22 OspreyMain Prop Rotor Slip Ring14 PWR CKTS 115 VAC, 1-75 A; 49 SIG CKTS;De-ice and Flight ControlsResolver; Redundant Bearings; BearingTurret Slip Ring AssemblyHydraulics, Breathing Air, Resolver, R/DFailure SensorStryker IAVMobile Gun SystemCOH Version, Two High PWR CKTS, 450 A2 Low PWR CKTS - 75 A, , 135 SIG CKTSIncluding 100 Mbps - Ethernet RS170 VideoExpeditionary Fighting VehicleTurret Slip Ring Assembly2, 250 A; 8, 120 A; 6, 15 A; 111, Signal;Clean Air Channel FDDI, CAN BUS andRS170 ChannelsF35 Joint Strike FighterEOTS Roll Slip Ring4 PWR CKTS - 220 VAC, 2 A; 32 - SIG CKTSS92 HelicopterMain Rotor De-ice Slip Ring3 Ø PWR CKTS 60 A, 200 VACand GRNS10 SIG CKTS, Redundant BRGSAWACSAIM-9X MissileMoog Components Group Tail Rotor De-ice Slip Ring3 Ø PWR CKTS with Ground 20 A, 200 VACMain Power and Signal Transfer16 PWR CKTS - 60 A, 208 VAC; SIG 110 CKTS - 5 A,Slip Ring / RF Rotary Joint200 VACMain Power and Signal Transfer16 PWR CKTS - 60 A, 208 VAC; SIG 110 CKTS - 5 A,Slip Ring / RF Rotary Joint200 VACSeeker De-roll Slip Ring /PWR: 2 PWR CKTS - 28 V, 2 A;BB SeparatesSIG: 8 SIG CKTS - 28 V, 1 Awww.moog.com/components1111

Commercial Slip Ring Products1212Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components

Slip Rings With Through-BoresSRA-736831/2 inch through-bore miniatureslip ring capsuleDescriptionA slip ring capsule can be used in any electromechanical systemthat requires unrestrained, intermittent or continuous rotation whiletransferring power and / or data. A slip ring is also called a rotaryelectrical joint, collector, commutator or swivel. A slip ring can improvesystem performance by simplifying operations and eliminatingdamage prone wires.The SRA-73683 provides an economical, readily available solutionwhen a compact through-bore configuration is required. This unitprovides a 1/2 inch through-bore for shaft mounting, a compact 1.375inch outside diameter and a very short overall length for minimalspace applications. The SRA-73683 provides 2 amp circuits in 6, 12,18 and 24 ring configurations.Typical Applications Precision rotary equipmentSemiconductor handling systemsRoboticsCamera systemsFeatures 1/2 inch through-boreCompact 1.375 inch outside diameterSpeeds up to 120 rpm continuousContinuous rotation of power and / or data signalsBenefits Transfers power, as well as analog and digital signals Compatible with data bus protocols Compact packagingMoog Components Group www.moog.com/components1313

Slip Rings With Through-BoresSRA-73683 SpecificationsOperating Speed120 rpm* continuousNumber of Circuits6, 12, 18, 24Lead Length12, 24, 36 and 48 inchesLead Size / Type#26 AWG, Teflon insulated, strandedVoltage210 VACOperating Temp.-40 C to 80 CContact MaterialGoldCurrent Rating2 A, per ring, max.Dielectric Strength500 VRMS, all combinationsInsulation Resistance1000 megohms min. @ 250 VDCElectrical Noise40 milliohm max. @ max. speed*Please note that the operational life of the unit is dependent upon rotational speed, environment and temperature.Wire Color CodePart NumberLength “L”Ring Qty.Ring #ColorRing #ColorSRA-73683-6.82 inch (20,83 mm)61BLK13WHT-REDSRA-73683-121.12 inch (28,45 mm)122BRN14WHT-ORNSRA-73683-181.42 inch (36,07 mm)183RED15WHT-YELSRA-73683-241.72 inch (43,69 GRNSRA-73683 DimensionsDimensions in inches14Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components

Slip Rings With Through-BoresAC64381/2 inch through-bore miniatureslip ring capsuleDescriptionA slip ring capsule can be used in any electromechanical systemthat requires unrestrained, intermittent or continuous rotationwhile transferring power and / or data. A slip ring is also called arotary electrical joint, collector, commutator or swivel. A slip ringcan improve system performance by simplifying operations andeliminating damage prone wires.The AC6438 provides an economical, readily available solution whena compact through-bore configuration is required. This unit providesa 1/2 inch through-bore for routing of hydraulic or pneumatic lines,and a compact 2.1 inch outside diameter and a very short overalllength for minimal space applications. The AC6438 provides 5 ampcircuits in 6, 12, 18 and 24 ring configurations. Similar in design toour very popular AC4598 and AC6200 series, this design featureslong life, fiber brush contact technology for ultimate performancein many challenging applications.Typical Applications Precision rotary equipmentSemiconductor handling systemsIndustrial machineryRoboticsFeatures 1/2 inch through-boreCompact 2.1 inch outside diameterSpeeds up to 250 rpm continuousMultiple circuit configurationsContinuous rotation of power and / or data signalsHigh-impact thermoplastic constructionGold plated ringsBenefits Transfers power, as well as analog and digital signals Compatible with data bus protocols Fiber brush technology provides long life and maintenancefree operation Compact packagingMoog Components Group www.moog.com/components1515

Slip Rings With Through-BoresAC6438 SpecificationsOperating Speed250 rpm* continuousNumber of Circuits6, 12, 18 or 24Lead Length12 inch standardLead Size / Type22 AWG, 7 strandVoltage250 AC / DCOperating Temp.-40 C to 80 CCurrent Rating5 amps / circuitElectrical Noise100 milliohms max. @ 6 VDC,50 milliamps when running @ 5 rpmOptions 24, 36 and 48 inch leads Alternate lead exits*Please note that the operational life of the unit is dependent upon rotational speed, environment and temperature.Wire Color CodeRing #ColorRing #ColorRing #Color1BLK9GRY17WHT / BLU2BRN10WHT18WHT / VIO3RED11WHT / BLK19WHT / GRY4ORN12WHT / BRN20WHT / BLK / BRN5YEL13WHT / RED21WHT / BLK / RED6GRN14WHT / ORN22WHT / BLK / ORN7BLU15WHT / YEL23WHT / BLK / YEL8VIO16WHT / GRN24WHT / BLK / GRNPart nsion “A”1.55 inch (39,37 mm)2.11 inch (53,60 mm)2.67 inch (67,81 mm)3.23 inch (82,04 mm)Dimension “B”1.33 inch (33,78 mm)1.89 inch (48,01 mm)2.44 inch (61,98 mm)3.00 inch (76,20 mm)AC6438 DimensionsDimensions in inches (millimeters)16Moog Components Group www.moog.com/components

Slip Rings With Through-BoresAC70941/2 inch through-bore miniatureslip ring capsuleDescriptionA slip ring capsule can be used in any electromechanical systemthat requires unrestrained, intermittent or continuous rotationwhile transferring power and / or data. A slip ring is also called arotary electrical joint, collector, commutator or swivel. A slip ringcan improve system performance by simplifying operations andeliminating damage prone wires.The AC7094 provides an economical, readily available solutionwhen a compact through-bore configuration is required. Thisunit provides a 1/2 inch through-bore for routing of hydraulicor pneumatic lines, and a compact 2.1 inch outside diameter.The AC7094 provides 5 amp circuits in 30, 36, 42 and 48 ringconfigurations. Similar in design to our very popular AC4598and AC6200 series, this design features long life, fiber brushcontact technology for ultimate performance in many challengingapplications.Typical Applications Precision rotary equipmentSemiconductor handling systemsIndustrial machineryRoboticsFeatures 1/2 inch through-boreCompact 2.1 inch outside diameterSpeeds up to 250 rpm continuousMultiple circuit configurationsContinuous rotation of power and / or data signalsHigh-impact thermoplastic constructionGold plated ringsBenefits Transfers power, as well as analog and digital signals Compatible with data bus protocols Fiber brush technology provides long life and maintenancefree operation Compact packagingMoog Components Group www.moog.com/components1717

Slip Rings With Through-BoresAC7094 SpecificationsOptionsOperating Speed250 rpm* continuous 24, 36 and 48 inch leads Alternate lead exitsNumber of Circuits30, 36, 42 or 48Lead Length12 inch standardLead Size / Type22 AWG, 7 strandVoltage250 AC / DCOperating Temp.-40 C to 80 CCurrent Rating5 amps / circuitElectrical Noise100 milliohms max. @ 6 VDC,50 milliamps when running @ 5 rpm*Please note that the operational life of the un

slip rings, fiber optic rotary joints, motors, resolvers, actuators, fluid rotary unions, fiber optic components and air moving systems. There are seven manufacturing . are the major cause of system slip ring failures. Moog Components Group uses a conservative approach to circ