High-reliability connectors

  • 15-Jun-2010 02:30 EDT
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C&K Components’ family of high-reliability connectors shortens satellite assembly integration time (AIT). Designed for space applications, the connectors feature a fast locking contact system that replaces traditional screw lock technology, eliminating the need for screws, washers, and clips and replacing them with a snap-in system. The technology significantly shortens assembly time and can save customers up to $100,000 per SATCOM during the AIT phase. The connectors, which include the D*MA and D*M Series, meet stringent outgassing and residual magnetism requirements, and they conform to various ESA and MIL qualifications and quality levels.

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