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ODU Connectors produces new military connector catalogue

Posted 22 June 2022

ODU Connectors announced today that it has produced a new catalogue for the ODU AMC Series T military connectors, as well as a series of related videos.


Image courtesy ODU UK Ltd

ODU Connectors for military, security, and communications technology, offer high‐speed data transmission with weight reductions of up to 70%. Even in the smallest installation space, different transmission variants can be individually configured.


The unique 3-on-1 locking system gives maximum flexibility, allowing a choice of the most appropriate plug locking mechanism (push-pull, break-away or thread-lock) at each connection point on the equipment, whilst retaining a common receptacle connector.
ODU Connectors have also recently released online videos demonstrating the full Series T capability.

There are two shell sizes, with various numbers of contacts, offering the perfect connector solution for all situations. There is also a full range of MIL-STD accessories, such as MIL-DTL-38999 Series III back-shells, AS39029 crimp contacts and protective caps. 

 
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