TE Connectivity O.C.H. Micro Circular Connectors | Tech SpecsMay 11, 2018 by TTI, Inc
TE Connectivity’s O.C.H. Micro Circular Connectors meet the mechanical and environmental performance requirements of MIL-STD-810G with typical applications including soldier vest cables, batteries, radios, antennas, and military vehicles.
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TE Connectivity O.C.H. Micro Circular Connectors
TE Connectivity’s O.C.H. micro circular connectors meet the mechanical and environmental performance requirements of MIL-STD-810G with typical applications including soldier vest cables, batteries, radios, antennas, and military vehicles. The connectors are protected by a lightweight aluminum shell and use thermoplastic inserts to minimize size and weight because every ounce counts in body-worn applications. TE’s O.C.H. micro circular connectors are available in a wide variety of plugs, receptacles, and crimp contacts and in different position counts and contact types, and they’re intermateable with Nett Warrior products. The connectors offer push/pull quick disconnect coupling for fast mating, with a breakaway force of 13 ±3 lbf. Copper alloy contacts are plated with gold over nickel and rated for 5A.
- Shock: MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6, Procedure IV
- Vibration: MIL-STD-810G, Method 514.7, Procedure I, Method 514.6, Category 5, Procedure II
- Lightweight aluminum shell and thermoplastic inserts
- Intermateable with Nett Warrior products
- Push/pull quick disconnect coupling meets breakaway force of 13 ±3 lbf
- 5A contact current rating (-18°C to +71°C, crimped to 22 AWG wire)
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