MMA combines many of the best features from popular product lines including ARINC 600’s power, RF, fiber optic and Quadrax contacts, low mating forces and shrouded size 22 pins. Sealing capabilities are comparable to M83527 with shell seal, face seal, and grommet. Modular, removable inserts are effective for separating signal and power contacts while providing ease of installation and customization in the field. Choose our 360° EMI spring option if shielding effectiveness is a concern. Customer specific designs lead to endless possibilities.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
Blind Mate Low Mating Force Modular Connector
40 Arrangements (size 22 contacts)
Size 22 pin contacts protected from damage by being shrouded by the insert face
Composite shells and Backshells available
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Dielectric withstanding voltage (DWV):1500 Vrms, 500 VRMS @ 50,000 ft (15,240 m)
Contact continuous current ratings: Size 22-5.0 A, Size 20 -7.5 A, Size 16 – 13.0 A, Size 12 -23.0 A
Size 22:8.0 millohms, initial (max.), 11.0 millohms, conditioned (max.)
Size 20:7.0 millohms, initial (max.), 8.5 millohms, conditioned (max.)
Size 16:3.5 milliohms, initial (max.), 5.0 milliohms, conditioned (max.)
Size 12:2.0 milliohms, initial (max.), 2.5 milliohms, conditioned (max.)
Insulation resistance:5.0 gigaohms min. at 500 VDC
Engagement/separation force: Shell size 1 – 27 Ibs. (120N) max., Shell size 2 – 60 Ibs. (267N) max., Shell size 3 – 105 Ibs. (467N) max.
Durability: 500 cycles min. – mating & unmating
Temperature range: (1) Hydraulic fluid per MIL-H-5606, (2) Lubricating oil (synthetic) per MIL-L-23699, (3) 1:3 mix of isopropyl alcohol & mineral spirits per FED. SPECS., TT-I-735 &TT-T-291 respectively
Vibration: MIL-STD-1344, Method 2005.1, condition value E: random – 16.4G, minimum severity: 8 hours in each of 3, mutually perpendicular planes with 100mA, electrical load. No visible damage, breakage, cracking or loosening of parts and no discontinuities exceeding 1 microsecond.
Shock: MIL-STD-1344, Method 2004.1, test condition A: Three shocks in each direction along each of 3 axes, mutually perpendicular to each other. No visible damage, breakage, cracking or loosening of parts and no discontinuities exceeding 1 microsecond.