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Rugged cables, connectors, and tools for shipboard interconnect systems
Times Microwave Systems, a preeminent brand in innovative RF and microwave interconnect assemblies, cables and connector design, introduces Field Installable Termination Systems, FITS™ ─ a new line of its LLSB™ cables, connectors and tools for shipboard, airborne and ground-based military interconnect systems.
The new Field Installable Termination Systems can be easily and reliably terminated in the field with no soldering required, saving time and cost on installation. Bi-metal plating ensures corrosion resistance. LLSB-240, 400 and 600 cables pair with the new FITS connectors and have assigned DLA part numbers.
The new FITS connectors meet the following military specifications:
• Temperature rated for -40° C to 125° C
• Cable retention and durability performance in accordance with IAW MIL-PRF-39012
• Salt spray resistance exceeds MIL-STD-810 requirements
• Includes interfaces for MIL-DTL-17/220 and /229 low smoke cable
• Vibration/ shock resistance meets MIL-STD-202 spec
The company’s high-performance LLSB™ cables are the proven industry standard solution for shipboard applications, qualified to the latest MIL-DTL-17 requirements. They maintain a full Qualified Products Listing (QPL) under the M17/220 through M17/229 slant sheets.
This article first appeared on railway-news.com
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