Need slip ring assembly

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by Jefferson, Jun 21, 2011.

  1. Jefferson

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    Did you ever find that slip ring? I'm looking for something similar and found your post in my search.
     
  2. #12

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    By clicking on "ratroo" you can find that he/she only made one post, over 2 years ago, and is probably not watching to answer your question.

    However, someone else might have learned more about this in the last 2 years and might answer you. Meanwhile, volts, amps, rpm would be helpful in getting an answer.
     
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  5. Jefferson

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    Thanks #12, I did notice that, but I was hoping he might still have update notification set for this thread and get an email. I couldn't find a way to send a direct msg. I am looking for a slip ring with >1.5" through bore to supply power on a 360º free-spinning TV stand. I know some of the larger screens can use 400-500W, so I was looking for something rated 800-1000W just to have plenty of margin.

    So: 110v, 500+W and 0-10(?)rpm
     
    Last edited: Jun 21, 2011
  6. KJ6EAD

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    I Googled it and came up with several commercial makers and an interesting construction article using plastic plumbing parts.
     
  7. PackratKing

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    What are the parameters.........this sounds like a packrat machine-shop project.....:D.....not necessarily me, tho' I live for these challenges......... lots of really talented people on these forums.
     
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