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Product Pick of the Week - The new BGB Axial Multimode Optilinc System

BGB Engineering manufactures new contactless slip ring

The New Optilinc contactless slip ring The New Optilinc contactless slip ring
The new BGB Axial Multimode Optilinc system has been produced to revolutionise the slip ring market. Optilinc is the first of a new generation of contactless slip rings to be produced by BGB Engineering Ltd.

The Fibre Optic Rotary Joint (FORJ) is ideal for high speed data-transfer on many applications and has been primarily designed for the wind turbine and packaging industries. Constructed from stainless steel, Optilinc has exceptional durability, it protects the unit from dust and water ingress to IP65, and is not influenced by vibration, humidity, heat, magnetism or other typical slip ring disturbances. The unit transfers data at a rate up to 1Gb/s and is available with media converters to suit protocols and requirements.

Mark Chappell, R&D Manager at BGB Engineering said, “Multimode units are now in production together with bespoke units and media converters manufactured to customers needs and environmental requirements. A singlemode unit will also be available later in the year.”

The Optilinc system has undergone extensive development in BGB's R&D Lab and is already being implemented in the design stage of leading wind turbine manufacturers. Large investments in the new system and collaboration with the UK's leading optical physicists have led to the development of a highly innovative Fibre Optic Rotary Joint.

For further information see www.bgbengineering.com.

For Technical enquiries please speak to Mark Chappell +44 (0)1476 583850
Email: mark.chappell@bgbinnovation.com.

About BGB Engineering Ltd (BGB):
BGB Engineering is a high precision electro-mechanical engineering company based in Lincolnshire - UK. Established in 1976, as a manufacturer of carbon brush holders, BGB's business focus consentarted on the production of electrical slip rings during the 1980’s.

Whilst BGB continues to supply both brush holders and slip rings as standard component parts, its current core activity is the design and manufacture of specialised slip ring solutions. The company currently supplies units to six of the top 10 wind turbine manufactures including Vestas, Gamesa, Siemens and Suzlon, and over 92% of its turnover is derived from worldwide export.

Slip rings provide the dynamic electrical connections between machine static and rotating elements. They function as a rotary interface, continually transferring electrical power, signals and data through to 360 degrees.

See www.bgbinnovation.com for further details.

BGB Engineering is a long-standing member of the windfair.net community and its "infostand" can be reached by clicking on its logo appearing over this press release or directly following its URL.

BGB Engineering Ltd.
Edited by Trevor Sievert, Online Editorial Journalist / Author: BGB Engineering Ltd. Staff
BGB Engineering Ltd., specialized slip-ring assemblies, hub control systems, fibre-optical rotary joints (FORJ)

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