Harsh-environment connectors

  • 21-Oct-2013 12:20 EDT

TE Connectivity’s DUALOBE lightweight connectors withstand extreme temperatures in harsh environments within the military and commercial aerospace industries. The units are designed to survive in temperatures from -200° to +200°C. The ruggedized nanominiature D-style rectangular connectors come in both machined aluminum and molded plastic shells for one- and two-row connector housings. Multiple termination methods include wires, surface mount, thru-hole, panel mount, and "duckbill." Wired harness assemblies can also be customized. The connectors meet MIL-DTL-83513 requirements for micro-miniature connectors and exceed the military spec for nanominiature connectors, as well as M32139 requirements on temperature, durability, and electrical performance.

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