TE’s DEUTSCH CTJ Series common terminal systems offer a ruggedized design to help meet demands of military and commercial applications.
The DEUTSCH CTJ series modules are made up of a system of wires and components that are interconnected to one another by a standard Mil AS39029 socket contact. The military qualification allows them to be used in either market, to quickly turn around a change in design based on the customer’s need.
“We have the ability to create custom design-in applications for customers based on their specific needs with existing products,” said Jennifer Camilleri, product manager, Global Aerospace, Defense & Marine, TE Connectivity. “Whether it is a module used for bussing or diode/resistor- or circuit board-type including splices and junctions, we can add the type of power or component that’s needed to suit the customer’s design quickly, efficiently, and made to order.”
The DEUTSCH CTJ series modules have a 360-degree dielectric contact retention-designed single-pin buss bar feature that provides easy pin-and-socket mating, making it extremely durable. It’s designed with standard SAE AS39029/22 socket contacts, to deliver increased durability during handling. The modules accommodate common bussings of six to 20 contacts in a small area. Internal buss bars are configured to allow connections of various combinations of wires that provide environmental resistance and vibration dampening.
Its modules can be mounted in rails, into chassis, or onto circuit boards, making it easy to install, remove, and repair. The termination system has environmentally sealed inserts that will withstand hydraulic fluid immersion, eliminating foreign object damage (FOD) issues.
Many offerings within the DEUTSCH CTJ line are available, including modules, junctions, splices, connectors, and rail assemblies. TE is the only qualified manufacturer that provides AS39029 contacts with assemblies.
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