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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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SRI Hermetics Apr 22, 2010

About this company

SRI Hermetics
3950 Dow Road
Melbourne
FL
32934
United States

Tel: 321.254.4067
Fax: 321.752.9221

World Leader in hermetic connector sealing technology. The most comprehensive line of ceramic sealed connectors available today. Sub-Ds, Micro-D, and Nanos, all which can be laser welded to vacuum flanges.

 

Products from this company

  1. Sub-C 37 and 60 pin configurations. Mar 7, 2012

    SRI Hermetics has added two more pin configurations to their Sub-C line. Now available is a 37 and 60 pin version along with vacuum and atmosphere side connectors and cables.

  2. Aluminum weldable Sub-D feedthroughs Nov 3, 2011

    Laser weldable connectors designed to be welded into aluminum flanges or plates. These are available in all pin counts 9-104 pins and the interface is per MIL-DTL-24308.

  3. High Frequency Double-Ended SMA Feedthrough Apr 13, 2011

    These high frequency RF feedthroughs can operate up to 45 GHz. They are available in a weldable configuration or vacuum flange mounted.

  4. Vacuum Sub-C 9 and 23 pin feedthroughs Jan 13, 2011

    SRI Hermetics, Inc. announces the release of their laser weldable hermetic double-ended 9 and 23 pin sub-C where space is a concern and a traditional 9 pin sub-D will not fit.

  5. Vacuum Double-Ended Triax Connectors Jan 11, 2011

    SRI Hermetics offers a hermetic stainless steel weldable grounded and floating shield versions of a triaxial connector.

  6. Vacuum USB 2.0 Feedthrough Jul 22, 2010

    Double-ended configuration that conforms to USB revision 2.0 series A receptacle. Available in weldable and flange mounted versions. Vacuum compatible USB cable also available.

  7. Vacuum Flange Assemblies Jun 4, 2010

    SRI Hermetics offers a complete line of vacuum flanges with integrated connectors. Miro-Ds, D-subs, and nanos to name a few. All on common vacuum flanges to the industry.