The new Amphenol Pcd lightweight ground modules are ideal for a variety of military and airframe power distribution and grounding systems.
Amphenol Pcd announced the availability of three new grounding modules: TJF116100, TJF120200, and TJF122100. The new modules are suitable for a wide variety of military and airframe power distribution and grounding system applications. The two-hole flange mount provides a convenient footprint for mounting on airframe or vehicle frames, and provides up to 21 contacts in less than one square inch. High-altitude operating specifications, low outgassing, and a high degree of salt spray resistance make the modules suitable for space and near-space applications, as well as shipboard, naval rotorcraft, or naval aircraft.
The new modules use Amphenol Pcd’s proven polyethermide housing and ultrasonic welding techniques to ensure long life and high reliability through fewer voids and lack of bonding lines. The triple riser sealing grommet and proprietary epoxy ensure moisture sealing under all operating conditions. The aluminum alloy ground plate is electroless nickel-plated, providing light weight and high strength with minimal galvanic corrosion. The modules conform to the M81714/28-16, -20, and -22D specifications in all performance characteristics.
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