Slip Ring – End of Shaft – 45 and 60 circuits

  • 45 and 60 slip ring connections
  • 4,000 RPM max
  • Instrumentation quality rings and brushes
  • Rugged stainless steel construction
  • Permanently lubricated bearings
  • Sealed against dust

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Michigan Scientific’s SR60A-AXHS and SR45A-AXHS slip rings are used for a variety of applications requiring a substantial number of circuit connections. They are designed to mount on the end of a rotating shaft and provide 45 resp. 60 electrical connections to strain gages, thermocouples, or other sensors that have been installed on rotating equipment. The slip ring brushes and rings are made of wrought precious metals. No platings are used which minimizes electrical resistance variance and enables these assemblies to be used for low level instrumentation signals.

Connections to the slip ring assemblies are made through four circular connectors located on the slip ring rotor and stator. Permanently lubricated bearings eliminate the need for routine cleaning and maintenance. These slip rings are ideal for use in instrumentation applications where a large number of electrical connections are required.

End of shaft
45, 60
Max rotation speed
4000 rpm
non available
Courant maximal par voie
500 mA
Rotor Diameter
63.49 mm
Diamètre stator
36.58 mm
181.61 203.21 mm
Température de fonctionnement
-40 to 100 °C
Contacts rotor
Connecteur standard
Contact Stator
Connecteur standard





  • wiring
  • custom cable
  • spinning amplifiers
  • power supply unit

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