Glass-To-Metal Sealed Electrode

A glass-to-metal sealed electrode is a component commonly used in various electrical devices, particularly in applications where hermetic sealing is necessary to prevent the intrusion of moisture or other contaminants. This type of electrode is constructed by fusing a metal conductor with a glass insulator, creating a robust seal that protects the internal components from environmental factors.
Glass-to-metal sealed electrodes find applications in various industries, including electronics, aerospace, automotive, and medical devices. They are used in components such as vacuum tubes, sensors, batteries, and high-reliability connectors, where maintaining a stable electrical connection in harsh environments is essential.