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MICRO WIRELESS BACKSHELL CONNECTOR
Posted By: sunkye
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2021
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Sunkye is a global solutions provider of d sub connector solutions and differentiated products to the world-wide interconnector industry.
Micro Wireless Backshell Connector for Choice
Description of Micro Wireless Backshell Connector
This type of device is designed to provide screening, sealing, and reparability. Micro D connector backshell connect cable shields to Micro-D connectors, providing strain relief and mechanical protection. Engineered to help resist corrosion and fit a wide range of circular connectors, backshell and adapter components help protect connections from mechanical wear, environmental conditions, and electromagnetic interference (EMI). These backshells are made out of aluminum alloy. Electroless nickel is the most widely used finish. These backshells are compatible with industry- standard metal shell M83513 backshell type connectors. These are available with and without screen termination, providing long-term, high performance in sealed and unsealed electronics systems.
Removable jackscrews according to MIL DTL 83513 backshell
For pigtail crimping & solder cup connectors only.
2 sizes of hardware: one version for shell sizes from 9 to 69 ways and another version for the 100-way shell size.
1 kit consists of 2 screws and 2 e-rings.
Hex socket head or slot head.
Material: passivated 300 series stainless steel
Contact arrangements of Micro Wireless Backshell Connector
Metal shell: 9, 15, 21,25,31,37,51,66,74, 100 contacts
Plastic shell: 9, 15, 21,25,31,37, 51 contacts
MICRO-D EMI BACKSHELL
- Micro D connector backshell for EMI termination.
- Supplied with stainless steel hardware.
- Various entry sizes & shapes.
- Available for standard and micro termination.
- Shell size from 9 to 100.
Contacts *Twist pin contacts, high density interconnection, Beryllium copper (BeCu), gold over nickel plating
The thickness of Gold plating * ≥1.27micron
TWIST PIN * Male contact, fitted to plug connector.
Socket * Female contact, fitted to socket connector (also known as socket).
Insulator* 20% GFPPS (20% glass filled polyphenylene sulfide)
Insert * Moulded insulation housing, separating each connection.
Interfacial Seal * Fitted to socket connector only
Shell *Connector metal body plated nickel or cadmium.
Jackscrew *High or low profile, hexagonal socket or slotted head.
Jackpot* Mates with jackscrew.
LCP * Liquid Crystal Polymer.
Potting * Epoxy compound used as an encapsulant.
Introduction of Micro Wireless Backshell Connector
Series * Micro D Connector
Terminal Mounting * Crimping wireless connector
Standard connector * Manufactured to the standard micro d connector dimensions and specifications.
Special connector * A standard connector modified to meet specific requirements.
Custom-made connector * Designed to meet specific customer requirements.
Pigtail connector * Connector with insulated or uninsulated wires.
Harness * Multi-branched cable assembly.
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