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Ruggedized interconnects support military computing platforms

11/2/2011 05:37 PM EDT
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Jeff.Mercure
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Jeff.Mercure   11/3/2011 6:04:40 PM
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"experts in the interconnect industry are now recommending...standardized M12 connectors, which are much more durable in harsh environments compared to...38999 connectors." Commercial inserts aside, I am wondering what experts are saying this, and whether they tested any "non-commercial insert" 38999 solutions for high-speed, hi-rel applications.

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David.Wider   11/4/2011 8:14:34 AM
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Most M12 are specified from -25° to +75°C. Where are the connectors/cables for -40°C?

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_hm   11/4/2011 9:15:27 AM
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Quite inofmrative. Is it possible to know which Military programs or products have standardized M12 connectos?

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