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Douglas Electrics Components  Profile

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Douglas Electrics Components  Company Overview

Douglas Electrical Components pioneered the development and practical application of epoxies to feedthru technology in 1977. Its first product was an NPT epoxy body sealing short lengths of #14 and #24 AWG wires. Douglas is now accepted for applications over an astonishing dynamic range: 1x10-9 Torr through 15,000 psi. Douglas' products have been used from 4K (LHe) through 200C. The conductors that Douglas has sealed include AWG #38 through 500MCM wires, cables and harnesses. Conductor counts have ranged from single wires through 3,200 wires in a single feedthru, and cable lengths have ranged from stubs through 2,000 meters.

Douglas Electrics Components  Products

The types of products manufactured by Douglas Electrics Components include Sealed Wires and Cable Assemblies, Sealed Connectors, and Sealed Studs/Motor Terminals.

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