Douglas Electrical Components Ultra-High Voltage Feedthroughs Helps Advance Protein Biomarker Research
May 24, 2011
30,000 volt dc feedthroughs supply power to MALDI TOF mass spectrometers
(RANDOLPH, N.J.: May 24, 2011) Douglas Electrical Components (DECo) has developed customized wire feedthroughs to supply power, controls and monitoring into the high-vacuum, high voltage environment of a line of MALDI TOF (matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time of flight) mass spectrometers used in protein biomarker research.
Each unit requires 6 wire feedthroughs supplying 30,000 vdc, 6 additional wire feedthroughs supplying 15,000 vdc, and 12 additional wire and coaxial feedthroughs providing control of active elements and signal monitoring. “These advanced instruments require lots of power at extremely high voltage, and a large number of sensors penetrating a vacuum environment. Douglas Electrical is pleased to be able to help enable the science of early disease detection and additional benefits associated with MALDI TOF technology through our line of feedthroughs,” said Ed Douglas, president, Douglas Electrical.
For additional information on DECo solutions, including product brochures and videos, please visit http://www.douglaselectrical.com.
For sales and marketing information, contact Cindi Telep, director of customer relations, DECo, by phone at (973) 627 8230, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
About Douglas Electrical Components
Founded in 1945, Douglas Electrical Components, Inc. (DECo) is a third generation, family-owned company that pioneered the development and practical application of epoxy technology to electrical wire feedthroughs. DECo offers proven solutions and works with customers to develop high quality products for their conductor sealing needs.
DECo is an ISO 9001 registered manufacturer of UL- approved electrical and fiber optic feedthroughs, hermetically sealed connectors and cables, explosion proof wire assemblies and turnkey subassemblies for semiconductor manufacturing equipment. Major markets served include automotive, magnetic bearing, power generation and distribution, semiconductor processing, space simulation, military, alternative energy, air conditioning and refrigeration, X-ray, explosion- proof, oil and gas exploration.