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Amphenol TV µCom Ethernet Connectors | Featured Product Spotlight

August 21, 2022 by Mouser Electronics

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Amphenol TV µCom Ethernet Connectors

Amphenol Socapex TV µCom Ethernet Connectors are designed to address the trends of the military industry.

These connectors offer miniaturization, high-speed, and high-resistance for use in the harshest environments.

Based on the MIL-DTL-38999 series III Shell size 11, the Socapex TV µCom Ethernet Connectors are ruggedized with an IP68 sealing for both mated and unmated PCB receptacles. The connectors feature a 1500 Vrms dielectric withstanding voltage and a wide operating temperature range from -55°C to 125°C.

The combination of MIL-DTL-38999 testing and the standard CAT 6A interface allow for 10 gigabit plus ethernet speeds in any environment.

These connectors exceed the 10 gigabit per second requirement by surpassing the IEEE 802.3an standard requirements for insertion loss, near-end crosstalk, and return loss.

Patented special interfacial shapes enable a minimal perturbation at the interface of each pair. The four pairs are entirely insulated throughout the connector for minimal crosstalk between the four pairs. The standard gauged, gold-plated solder and crimp contacts ensure a robust electrical connection.

Typical applications include battlefield communication, ground vehicles, military avionics, and rail mass transit.

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