ODU AMC® Releases Easy-Clean, a Highly Reliable Connector Solution for Mission-Critical Military Applications

Worldwide leader in designing and manufacturing high-performance connector solutions and cable assemblies, ODU is announcing its complete ODU AMC® Easy-Clean connector solution for the European market.

ODU AMC® Easy-Clean is an advanced, highly reliable connector solution with a Break-Away function specially designed for a large number of mission-critical military applications such as group voice and data radio, navigation module, soldier control unit, rugged computers and handheld devices, GPS antennas, military night vision devices, unmanned systems and airborne vehicles.

No matter how harsh the environment, whether exposed to snow, mud or dust, the Easy-Clean capability of this connector enables high-performance and high-usability.

The Easy-Clean design was created using a unique spring-loaded pin system that allows for an easy-wipe, flat receptacle surface. The contacts of this plug can be easily and quickly cleaned even in the most challenging environments. The connector solution benefits from 5,000 mating cycles durability, watertight, protection class IP 68 and IP 69, is available in three sizes and in seven to 19 positions, has 360° shielding for trouble-free data transfer, mechanical and colour keying, and an operating temperature range from -51°C (-60°F) to 125°C (257°F).

Rugged, watertight and easy-to-clean, this lightweight, non-reflective connector solution provides an excellent EMI shielding in a compact housing.

The ODU AMC® Easy-Clean connector solution includes protective caps that enable fast and trouble-free handling of the overall system. The protective caps ensure EMC protection up to 55dB. ODU also provides complete cable assembly integrated solutions and overmoulding for standard and custom specific applications.

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