Low PIM Rotary Joints
Measurement cables used in testing situations are often subjected to significant stresses and strain. When they are twisted, however, it is usually hard to compensate for the forces involved and therefore they wear out faster as a result. SPINNER’s Low PIM rotary joints can solve this. Inserted in the connection between a testing device (e.g. vector network analyzer) and a device under test (DUT), they rotate to prevent damage to the cable without affecting the test results.
A classic example is mobile communication antenna testing. This involves placing a cabled antenna in a test chamber and measuring it while axially symmetrical turning. The use of SPINNER Low PIM rotary joints relieves the stresses on the test cable, thus greatly extending its service life.
SPINNER Low PIM rotary joints are available with 4.3-10 and 7-16 connector standards. They are working with contactless technology and have a guaranteed service life of minimum 5 million revolutions.
If you can’t find a Low PIM rotary joint according to your specifications online, please contact our sales team with the specification needed per email or select one of the displayed products for a Quote Request and add your special requirements in the comment field of the form before submitting.
SPINNER RF components meet highest standards
SPINNER applies extremely high standards regarding quality, engineering, materials and manufacturing e.g. DIN EN ISO 9001 - Quality Management, DIN EN ISO 14001 - Environmental Management and ISO 50001:2011 - Energy Management. This enables us to offer Low PIM rotary joints with the best possible performance and lowest possible intermodulation.