Connectors • Aircraft Connectors
A piece of hardware that attaches components within an aircraft, or between an aircraft and another piece of equipment, allowing for certain functions to be carried out (e.g., replenishment, heat transferal). Manufacturers make many types of aircraft connectors, including hermetic and harsh environment types, subminiature units, and more.Aircraft connectors are produced in many shapes, sizes, and materials. Common shapes are cylindrical and rectangular, and common materials include aluminum, stainless steel, and lightweight composites. Connectors are generally divided those for commercial airlines and others for military aviation.Leading manufacturers: Tyco Electronics, Amphenol, Cavotec and Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co.
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CDM Electronics distributes aircraft and military connectors manufactured by Corsair and MIL-SPEC. Corsair electrical aircraft products include MIL-DTL-5015 and MIL-DTL-26482 types that feature rear release contact retention, and various shell sizes, insert arrangements, and contact sizes. The MIL-SPEC military types include M55302, M22992, D38999, MIL-C-26482, MIL-C-24308, MIL-DTL-24308, and nearly 30 other military types.
Connectors for the aerospace, aviation, and military defense uses. The are produced by nearly 50 manufacturers including Amphenol, Berg, Burndy, Cinch, Concord, Daniels, Deutsch, Eaton Aerospace, Molex, Hughes, Kings, Leach, Viking, Tyco Electronics, Texas Instruments, Souria, and Tri Star.