Military Connectors

I’m a big proponent of TPC Wire & Cable and have used many of their product offerings over the past several years at Simpson Tacoma Kraft. We used the 16/3 Super-Trex® Ultra-Gard® Portable Cable power our new LED lights on one of our roadways. Regular SO Cord would always become dry rotted and crack, causing the light to become inoperable. I have not experienced this problem with the Super-Trex cable.
Al Plybon
Electrical & Instrumentation Planner, Simpson Tacoma Kraft

MIL-C-26482 Series 2

TPC’s MIL-C-26482 Series 2 connectors are designed with silicone inserts and seals for higher temperature and chemical applications. These connectors are intermateable and interchangeable with all MIL-C-26482 connectors. This style of connector uses a bayonet style coupling system for quick mating and unmating of the connector. TPC has taken the standard MIL-C-26482 Series 2 design and developed a new back shell that incorporates a sealing grommet and strain relief for added cable life. 
TPC Mil-C-26482 Series 2

The shell design is a machined aluminum incorporating a low profile design and a reduced overall length for close quarter installations. There are 27 contact layouts available ranging from 3 to 61 positions. Contacts available are 12AWG, 16AWG and 20AWG. The combination of TPC’s High-Performance Cable, the proven reliability of the MIL-C-26482 Series 2 connector and the Flex/Strain Relief of our new back shell design makes for an unbeatable system.



Ratings/Characteristics

  • MIL-C-26482
  • Mating Cycles > 500
  • Operating Temperature Range -55°C to 200°C


Applications

  • Avionics
  • Commercial and Military Aircraft
  • High-Temperature Industrial Equipment
  • Instrumentation


Resources

Product Spec Sheet DOWNLOAD
Build Your Own Military Connector Assemblies DOWNLOAD
I’m a big proponent of TPC Wire & Cable and have used many of their product offerings over the past several years at Simpson Tacoma Kraft. We used the 16/3 Super-Trex® Ultra-Gard® Portable Cable power our new LED lights on one of our roadways. Regular SO Cord would always become dry rotted and crack, causing the light to become inoperable. I have not experienced this problem with the Super-Trex cable.
Al Plybon
Electrical & Instrumentation Planner, Simpson Tacoma Kraft

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