12 Jul 2018

Intelliconnect launch division for connectivity for cryogenic systems

Intelliconnect has announced the launch of CryoCoax a new division specialising in connectors and cable assemblies for Cryogenic Systems.

CryoCoax cabling and connectors are used across many applications and industries, those already addressed include measurement and testing, system quantum computing, space and instrumentation. The range of connectors includes sturdily constructed stainless steel interconnects including SMA, SMP, custom designed products and all common connector interfaces.

Cables and cable assemblies from CryoCoax are crafted from the highest quality materials and use advanced manufacturing techniques, with test capabilities to 40Ghz. CryoCoax designs and manufactures standard, IP68 and glass sealed hermetic adapters and a range of attenuators, from 0dB – 30dB which are specially configured to withstand the lowest temperatures.

CryoCoax provides cryogenic cable and component solutions to clients across the world, for a diverse range of applications and industries. Core capabilities include: ability to withstand temperature to 2K and below, stainless steel cable assemblies to 40GHz, niobium titanium cable assemblies to 40GHz, cupro nickel cables, raw St/St and NbTi cable, non-magnetic cables, SMP connectors, crimp solderless and 2.9mm connectors and adapters, sealed adapters, hermetic connectors and adapters, attenuators, low temperature hardware

Roy Phillips, Managing Director of CryoCoax, comments,” CryoCoax specialises in the design and manufacture of cryogenic interconnect products. As a dedicated division of the Intelliconnect group, CryoCoax has the security of a long established and very successful connector manufacturer at its heart and is going from strength to strength, providing cryogenic solutions to some of the biggest tech companies in the world.”

CryoCoax is a member of the British Cryogenics Council (BCC) and the Cryogenic Society of America allowing it to extend the market reach of its cryogenic cables and components and to participate in the rapid development of this growing field. The BCC currently has over 100 members and it provides a broad spectrum of expertise from companies providing cryogenic products and services to universities undertaking low temperature research and end-users of cryogens and cryogenic systems.

Philips continues,” We combine decades of experience in the interconnect industry with a modern, streamlined approach and we have an outstanding record for providing defect-free, high-quality cryogenic products. Our expert team of designers and engineers will work alongside customers from start to finish of a project to ensure the best possible solution is delivered.”

CryoCoax’s cryogenic cables and components work to beyond 2 K (-271.15°C) and are ideally suited to a wide range of applications including test and measurement, instrumentation, medical and material research and cryogenic systems including dilution refrigerators, superconducting magnet systems, low temperature detector systems, infrared array systems.

In addition to the new CryoCoax product range, Intelliconnect (Europe) manufactures custom cable assemblies, a wide range of standard and custom RF connectors and components, including waterproof and fast turnaround custom designs which are undertaken without NRE charges to their customers. Intelliconnect also manufacture a large range of coaxial adaptors to facilitate inter-series connection and gender change etc. Typical applications include MIL and aerospace, marine, oil and gas, medical and general microwave markets.

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