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Connector (Interconnect) that I can use on the Chamber Wall

Connector (Interconnect) that I can use on the Chamber Wall

Connector (Interconnect) that I can use on the Chamber Wall


I have a High Vacuum Chamber of 26''(Length)X18.5''(Width)X15''(breadth) and 2'' thickness. I'm going to mount a Detector Device inside the Chamber on one of the 4 Walls.

So, I would want to mount a InterConnect Connector on the Chamber Wall. I presume I would make a hole on the Chamber to have it in place.

And, then I pass Vacuum Rated Cables from the Interconnect to the Detector which is inside the chamber. There is another cable going out of the Chamber Interconnect to the other Device..

So, Mechanically, Can anyone suggest me about how to mount an Interconnect on the Walls of an High Vacuum Chamber?

Do, We have special Interconnects which are meant to operate in Vacuum ?

Thank you Experts...

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