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The encapsulation of inductive sensors and connectors are used to ensure a watertight seal. It is a custom designed product that is tested and inspected in accordance to specifications.

50 Bar
50 Bar

  • Custom designed
  •  Tested and inspected acc. to specification

The encapsulation of sensors and connectors are used to ensure a watertight seal. Application dimensions and types of sensors and connectors are decided by the customer. The sensors and connectors are currently used in different types of submarines.

Typical technical data (acc. to customer demands)

Hydrostatic pressure: Test pressure: 5 MPa (50bar) or acc. to specification.
Shock: Mechanical: 2000 g acc. to IEC 60068-2-27
Work temp. range: Min. -40°C , Max. +70°C
EMP: Peak 1 kA, raise and fall time 30 ns
Longitudinal seal: Min. 10-6 cc/s air with 1 bar diff


Following testing and inspections are available upon request
• Dimension and visual inspection
• Radiographic examination of moulding
• Leak detection test
• Hydrostatic pressure test
• High voltage test
• Insulation resistance test
• Conductor continuity and function test
• Result verification and inspection report/certificate
• Or other tests specified by the customer

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