Two Conductor Brushless Slip Rings

Mercotac offers a comprehensive range of reliable solutions for various two-wire applications, including the 205 series plus the 215-2K, 230, and 235 models. The 205 models are particularly suitable for low-power applications such as sensors. Notably, the 205 model serves as a direct replacement for the older model 590, which was used in Leslie speakers and Hammond organs.

The 215-2K model is ideal for high voltage applications like ultrasonic welding. The 230 and 235 models are specifically designed for higher current applications, making them well-suited for purposes such as medical devices, fans, lifts, packaging machinery, electric heating systems, and more.

These solutions provide a low-resistance Mercotac connection, eliminating wear, oxidation, and electrical noise commonly associated with alternative brush-type slip rings. Mercotac's Brushless Slip Rings operate on a superior principle, ensuring a constant and unchanging electrical connection through their liquid metal conduction path. Mercotac Brushless Slip Rings are renowned for their longevity and reliable connections, establishing them as a trusted choice across various industries and applications.

Model 205
4 Amp

Mercotac Model 205

Model 230
30 Amp, 250V

Mercotac Model 230

Model 235
30 Amp, 500V

Mercotac Model 235

Model 215-2K
15 Amp, 2,000V

Mercotac Model 215-2K

Versatac™ 2 Channel
20 Amp, 500V

Mercotac Versatac™ 2 Channel Model

Guidance for using Mercotac® Brushless Slip Rings in engineering designs.

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