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ODU Connectors introduces new locking kit for ODU-AMC range

Posted 15 December 2020 · Add Comment

An additional locking kit has been added to the Easy-Clean version of its established ODU-AMC Advanced Military Connector range.

Image courtesy ODU Connectors

The locking kit provides additional screw-locking to the original Break-Away function, offering further security whenever high vibrations are a factor.

The ODU-AMC Easy-Clean connector system can for example be used on soldier worn radio or portable detection equipment where an additional locking feature can be added by the new two-in-one locking kit.

Data and signal transmissions are consequently even more reliably protected against connection interruptions, whilst the simple breakaway function used at the headset end of the umbilical allows the user to quickly change interfaces and systems used.

Also, retrofitting is easy, as the user-friendly locking kit can be fitted in just a few simple steps, with the kit containing a union nut and screw mechanism for the cable connector and a nut with thread for the bulkhead connector.

The ODU Group is a global supplier of connector systems, with 2,300 employees. Based in Mühldorf/Germany, ODU Group has production sites in Sibiu/Romania, Camarillo/USA, Shanghai/China and Tijuana/Mexico, and sells its products globally through its eight subsidiaries in Denmark, England, France, Italy, Sweden, USA, China and Japan.


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