Power feedthrough

A power feedthrough typically refers to a component used in various engineering applications, particularly in vacuum systems and electrical engineering. It's a method of transferring power or electrical signals across a barrier, such as a vacuum chamber wall or any other sealed enclosure.

In vacuum systems, for instance, where maintaining a vacuum environment is crucial, power feedthroughs allow electrical connections to pass through the vacuum chamber wall without compromising the integrity of the vacuum. These feedthroughs are designed to maintain the seal and prevent the leakage of gas or air into the vacuum chamber.

Power feedthroughs come in various designs depending on the specific requirements of the application. They can be designed for different voltage and current levels, as well as for specific environmental conditions such as temperature extremes or exposure to radiation.