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Amphenol Aerospace offers the Matrix product line of MIL-DTL-26482, Series 2 Connectors. This series provides a bayonet coupling connector with crimp rear insertable, rear releasable contacts.
MIL-DTL-26482, Series 2
|Class L||Class R||Aluminum shell, electroless nickel finish, fluid resistant|
|Class E||-||Inactive, superseded by Class L*|
|Class R||-||Inactive, superseded by Class L*|
|Class A||Class A||Aluminum shell, black non-conductive anodized finish, fluid resistant|
|-||Class G||Stainless steel shell, passivated, fluid resistant|
|Class W||Class W||Aluminum shell, olive drab cadmium plated, corrosion/fluid resistant|
* Ref. MIL-DTL-26482
Operating AC Voltage
at Sea Level
|Test Voltage AC (RMS), 60 cps|
|Sea Level||50,000 ft.||70,000 ft.||110,000 ft.|
** Service Rating is comparable to MS rating A. Miniature connectors rated Service Rating I will provide a minimum flashover voltage at
sea level of 2,000 volts AC (RMS). Service Rating II is comparable to MS Service Rating D, and will provide a minimum flashover voltage
of 2,800 volts AC (RMS) at sea level.
Please note that the electrical data given is not an establishment of electrical safety factors. This is left entirely in the designer’s hands, as
he can best determine which peak voltage, switching surges, transients, etc. can be expected in a particular circuit.
Operating Temperature Range:
–65°C (–85°F) to 200°C (392°F)
Wired, mated connectors with the specified accessory attached will meet the altitude immersion test specified in MIL-DTL-26482.
Minimum of 500 mating cycles
Shock and Vibration Requirements:
When tested as follows, the connector shall sustain no physical damage, or electrical discontinuity exceeding one microsecond.
Pulse of an approximate half sine wave of 300g magnitude with a duration of 3 milliseconds applied in three axes.
Sixteen hours of random vibration having a range of 50 to 2,000 Hz with a 41.7G peak level.