The demanding environments of flight control and landing gear present challenges in temperature extremes, vibration, mechanical abuse, and potential exposure to hydraulic oils and other fluids. From sealed relays and sensors to rugged wire and cable, you will find products that perform better, install easier, and stand up to the stresses of flight. As traditional hydraulic and mechanical systems are replaced with sophisticated electronics, you need robust solutions that can withstand the severe conditions of flight while maintaining mechanical and electrical integrity. From initial design stages to aftermarket maintenance and upgrades, we will work with you to increase performance and lower costs.
DEUTSCH 983 Series Connectors - ESC10 - BACC63
High-vibration connector with anti-decoupling device for high temperature areas and harsh environments. The connectors are available with or without an integral backshell.
By incorporating electronic components to provide EMI filtering or transient protection, superior performance can be obtained, with the additional benefits of saving space, weight and system cost.
A full range of sensors, from components to custom-made assemblies like the steering feedback sensor pictured above, make use of titanium and carbon fiber to reduce weight and contactless design to withstand the temperature, shock, and vibration of flight.
With a rating of 260°C, SHF-260 highly flexible cable can be bent and routed in extremely tight areas where conventional wire often wrinkles or cracks, and can be used for primary and secondary power distribution where high currents are needed.
DEUTSCH DMC-M Series Multicavity EN4165
Standardized in European Standard EN4165, DMC-M connectors provide a modular, flexible, and reliable system. The connectors are available in both multi-cavity and single-module configurations, using the same modules, to provide compact, lightweight connectivity. Today this connector continues to attract new users and applications because of its modularity, space/weight savings and robustness. In addition, it has evolved to include composite housings, aluminum wire capability, fiber optics, higher densities, and shunting configurations.