Many mission-critical electronic devices have to be hermetically sealed to protect them against the ever-present threat of moisture damage.
Sealed electronics cavities are common in many military and defense applications, including missile guidance systems. In the civilian world, sealed electronics play an important role in laser systems, commercial avionics units, high voltage power networks, underwater pumps and automotive lithium battery packs.
In our latest white paper, we’ll examine the ways moisture can make its way into a sealed electronics cavity. You’ll also learn how the right type of hermetic feedthrough can keep moisture out of an electronics cavity while allowing power and signal conductors to enter.