Cinch Connectivity Solutions CCS-Trompeter 1553 Bus Couplers and Cable Assemblies | New Product BriefOctober 14, 2020 by Mouser Electronics
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Cinch Connectivity Solutions CCS-Trompeter 1553 Bus Couplers and Cable Assemblies
Trompeter Bus Couplers from Cinch Connectivity Solutions meet MIL-STD-1553B specifications and are ideal for connecting multiple devices to a serial network in harsh and electrically noisy environments.
Bus Couplers are available with 1 to 8 stubs in addition to the two bus interfaces. All ports use Trompeter’s rugged, three-lug BJ770 connectors for a reliable connection. Each stub provides the proper transformer interface and isolation resistors, and all ports are non-terminated. Trompeter’s TEBC Bus Couplers are housed in a die cast aluminum alloy enclosure with an aluminum base plate that has pre-drilled mounting holes, and they’re rated for operation from -55°C to +125°C.
The couplers are complemented by Trompeter’s mating connectors, test cables, terminators, RFI caps, and adapters.
- Meets MIL-STD-1553B specifications
- Configurations: 1 stub to 8 stubs
- Lead-free versions for each configuration
- Uses Trompeter BJ770 rugged three-lug triaxial connectors
- Housing: Diecast A360 aluminum alloy, clear anodized and painted with textured baked enamel
- Base plate: T6061 Aluminum, satin finish
- Pre-drilled 0.15” diameter (typical) mounting holes
- Operating temperature: -55°C to +125°C
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