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ODU to showcase AMC range at DPRTE 2024

ODU will be showcasing their latest military connector technology solutions at DPRTE - being held 27th March 2024 at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre - including their Advanced Military Connector (AMC) range.

Image courtesy Thales

ODU has a long pedigree in soldier communications, with their Advanced Military Connector (AMC) range being specifically developed for this market.  

This range has now been significantly extended to offer connectors for all varieties of military equipment.

ODU-AMC T-Series Connector - beyond 38999
Three locking variants of plug [push-pull, break-away or screw-lock] can fit the same receptacle, giving space-envelope savings over comparable density MIL-38999M, so now, in-vehicle OEM’s can fit the same bulkhead fitting across all equipment, leaving the locking preference to the plug-in equipment.

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Higher data rates
DPRTE will showcase the ODU AMC Series T Expanded Beam Connector, combining advantages of a classic expanded beam - insensitivity to dirt, scratches and so forth, with the high-performance attenuation of a physical contact (< 0.3 dB).

Improved Power Connector
ODU AMC NP - Quick disconnect, robust break-away, high performance:
Minimum 2000 mating cycles, improved power contacts with USB 2.0 capability,
IP68 20m / 120mins. It is ideal for apps such as PDU‘s, CWB’s and C4ISR peripherals and is compatible with NATO STANAG 4695, Nett Warrior and GOSSRA.

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Supplier partner
ODU offers a comprehensive service - connectors, cable, over-moulding, watertight-potting and metalwork - shipped to line, plus customer engagement to design a way out of a problem, produce a connector that is truly fit-for-purpose and deliver on-time and within budget.                                                                                                                 

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