TE quick-disconnect power connectors for military power cables and batteries introduced by TTI

MAISACH-GERNLINDEN, Germany – Electronics distributor TTI Inc. in Maisach-Gernlinden, Germany, is offering the Snap-Lug quick-disconnect power connectors from TE Connectivity in Harrisburg, Pa., for military and aerospace applications.

By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

MAISACH-GERNLINDEN, Germany – Electronics distributor TTI Inc. in Maisach-Gernlinden, Germany, is offering the Snap-Lug quick-disconnect powerconnectors from TE Connectivity in Harrisburg, Pa., for military and aerospace applications.

The series of heavy-duty power connectors enable fast interconnection of heavy-gauge power cables to bus bars, relays, batteries, power cables, and grounding devices in aerospace, defense, marine, and other harsh-environment applications.

Snap-Lug quick-disconnect power connectors have a snap on/push to release design. Users can install these power connectors with one piece that requires no washers or nuts to reduce risk of foreign object damage.

Color-coded and keyed for polarity, Snap-Lug quick-disconnect power connectors also help prevent damage from accidental polarity reversal, and minimize the risk of partial mating.

Related: TTI introduces harsh-environment connectors from TE Connectivity for civil aircraft uses

Snap-Lug quick-disconnect power connectors can withstand high vibrations and extreme temperatures. They operate in temperatures from -65 to 150 degrees Celsius.

The connectors have a shrouded design that provides a touch-proof connection with no metal exposed to prevent accidental shock incidents when under power.

Specifications include as many as 500 mating cycles; vibration resistance to MIL-STD-1344, Condition V, Test D; mechanical shock to MIL-STD-810G, Method 516.6; flammability rating to UL 94V-0. They are voltage rated to 1,500 volts AC.

For more information contact TTI Inc. online at www.ttieurope.com.

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