Hermetically-sealed connector meets MIL-STD-810 Method 512.5

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Hermetically-sealed connector meets MIL-STD-810 Method 512.5ITT Interconnect Solutions is introducing a hermetically-sealed connector with a lightweight aluminium shell for low-pressure water immersion or fording applications requiring compliance with MIL-STD-810 Method 512.5 and IP67. The new KJAYA connector is designed to extend ITT's Mil-DTL-38999 hermetic connector range, which is designed for pressure differentials in excess of 750psi and operating temperatures of up to 200degC. However, many water immersion applications only require a one atmosphere pressure differential (15psi) or less and operate at temperatures below 150degC. Engineered to ITT's most stringent quality standards, the new KJAYA lightweight aluminium shell connector provides hermetic sealing and is 50 per cent lighter overall than standard hermetic connectors in the rest of ITT's Mil-DTL-38999 range.

The KJAYA connector features a special sealant-based hermetic design. Operating temperature range is -55 to +150degC. It is offered in wall and jam nut mounting receptacles in sizes 9 through 25, and its lightweight aluminium shell has copper alloy contacts for reduced electrical resistance. Devices are available in MIL-DTL-38999 standard insert patterns with either PC tail or poke-home crimp piggyback terminations. The crimp version uses standard M39029/57 short socket contacts for quick cable termination, offering customers the benefits of standardisation and reduced inventory holding, while drop-in PC tail versions allow fast termination to the PCB or flex circuitry.

Other applications include: integrated avionics; electronic warfare systems; radar; and navigation.

Further details can be found in an application note that is downloadable from

31 July 2009

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