Amphenol Aerospace to Offer Hermetic and Feed-Through ARINC 801 Fiber Optic Assemblies [Travel & Leisure Close - Up]
(Travel & Leisure Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Amphenol Aerospace, a provider of interconnect technologies, now offers hermetically sealed assemblies and bulkhead feed-throughs in the ARINC 801 circular connector format for fiber optic interconnects.
In a release, the Company noted that these fiber optic assemblies can achieve sealing rates in excess of 1X10^-5 He/sec. They are available in all standard shell size/insert arrangements for multi- mode (50/125um and 62.5/125um) and single-mode optical fiber.
These assemblies are available in two designs:
Sealed assemblies customer specified optical sub-assemblies (fiber type, length, lead terminations) are installed into the connector and the back of the connector is sealed.
Bulkhead feed-through a panel mounted, double-ended jam-nut receptacle with pin-pin contacts
Amphenol supplies the full line of ARINC 801 connectors in shell sizes ranging from 11 to 25 and fiber counts from 2 to 32. ARINC 801 termini are available in multi-mode, single-mode, and single-mode APC versions. All ARINC 801 connectors and termini are fully compliant with industry specifications and have been tested to the most stringent aerospace requirements. Amphenol also maintains cable assembly facilities to design and fabricate any type of fiber optic cable harness from simple jumper cables to multi-branched harnesses.
Jared Sibrava, Director of Amphenol Aerospace's High Speed Solutions Division, said, "The combination of hermetic assemblies and feed-through connectors to our ARINC 801 portfolio provides discriminating solutions for our customers as they integrate fiber optics into platforms for Commercial Aerospace and Defense applications."
Amphenol Aerospace is a developer of interconnection technologies for the military and commercial aerospace industries.
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