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12,000V- 17.5A- air service to 125° C

High voltage MS style circular connectors are designed for use with Caburn-MDC's 12kV multi-pin feedthroughs.
Connector shell components are constructed of 60 16-T 6 aluminium alloy and are electroless nickel plated per MIL-C-26074.
High-voltage insulation is provided by a single piece, molded silicone rubber insert per ZZ-R-765.
Female socket contacts are made of commercial bronze and gold plated per MIL-C-4520.
To insure proper electrical performance the connector wiring instructions must be strictly adhered to.

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Air service to 125°C - Circular


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WIRING INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1 :Grit blast or abrade the ID of shell
(back end only), backshell and the entire OD of
snap ring, using a medium grit sand media. Mask
off as required and clean with acetone after grit
blasting.
Step 2 :Prime ID of shell (back end only) with
primer (A) and ID of backshell and entire snap.
ring with primer (B).



Step 3 :Lightly abrade large OD and back end
of insulator using medium grit emery cloth.
Clean with acetone.

Step 4 :Apply thin smooth layer of adhesive to
large OD of insulator. Align with keyway and
slide into shell until it bottoms out. Wipe any
excess adhesive with a cotton swab. Insert snap
ring behind insulator and check insulator depth
as detailed. Let adhesive cure for a minimum of
12 hours before proceeding to step 5.


Step 5 :Lightly abrade back end of insulator and
wire insulation approximately I inch from the
end, using medium grit emery cloth. Wipe clean
with isopropyl alcohol or acetone.
Step 6 :Strip insulation on each conductor 3/16"
to 1/4" from ends, being careful not to nick or cut
conductor strands.


Step 7 :Crimp socket contacts to exposed
conductors, using specified crimp tool. Crimp
tool should be set to .040" closure diameter
as required for #20-AWG wires.
Step 8 :Thoroughly clean wires and contacts
with isopropyl alcohol or acetone.


Step 9 :Prime back end of contacts using
primer (A) and let dry for a minimum of 1 hour
before applying adhesive.
Step 10 :Apply thin smooth layer of adhesive
to the same areas primed in step 9 and
approximately Y." of the wire insulation. Push
crimped contacts and wires into back end of
insulator, using a twisting motion, until contacts
"POP" into place. Let adhesive cure for a
minimum of 12 hours.


Step 11 :Thread backshell onto shell until it
shell until it bottoms out. Hand tighten.
Step 12 :Pot the back end of shell assembly
using the specified potting compound. Cure for
at least 12 hours @ 50% RH minimum before
handling and 24 hours before testing.


Step 13 :Thread cable strain relief and clamp to
cable as required.




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