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2 Delivering solutions that perform... TT offers an extensive array of connector and switch products and the ability to deliver standard or custom solutions to meet the most stringent military requirements. Our interconnect range includes sealed circulars, plastic and metal shell bayonet coupling circulars, miniature metal shell circulars, PC board header connectors and sensor and direct device connectors. TT is also a systems supplier, providing valueadded module and harness assemblies. n addition to our LDTL3 series, we also offer these connectivity solutions: Cannon KPT / KPSE Environmentally sealed miniature circular connectors available in two versions: KPT (solder contact) and KPSE (high performance crimp contact). ntermateable and intermountable with all LC64 connectors and is available with many materials, finishes and configurations. Cannon Combo DSub Product offering includes ability to integrate signal and coax, high power, and high voltage. Table of Contents Specifications and Test Data KJL Cannon Cayonet Signal and power connectors with exceptional sealing against the ingress of fluids and will withstand the effects of high vibrations. KJ KJ Polarizing Positions Contact rrangements Contacts Torque Values ackshells Cannon icrominiature High performance and reliability with exceptional versatility. vailable in rectangular, circular and strip configurations, many of our connectors meet or exceed the applicable requirements of the LDTL35 specification. Tools ssembly nstructions LDTL3 Specifications TT logo blocks and the composite TT logo are registered trademarks of TT ndustries. 005

3 SERES SERES SERES GROUDG GERS (Standard on Series connector) SHELL HRDWRE is aluminum alloy SULTOR TO SHELL SEL CLOSED ETRY SOCKET COTCT DESG HGH STREGTH ULTPLETE ETL RETG CLP assures positive retention with inwardly deflected tines that lock securely behind contact shoulder SPLE, STROGER COTCTS are designed to resist bending and are crimp terminated OOLOC SERT WRE SELG GROET HGH STREGTH ULTPLETE ETL RETG CLP assures positive retention with inwardly deflected tines that lock securely behind contact shoulder SULTOR TO SHELL SEL WRE SELG GROETS WRE SELG GROETS SPLE, STROGER COTCTS are designed to resist bending and are PERPHERL SELG GSKET crimp terminated PERPHERL SELG GSKET CLOSED ETERY SOCKET COTCT TERCL SEL PERPHERL SEL around the connector interface is designed to minimize compression set when connectors are mated DESG SPLER, STROGER COTCTS are designed to resist bending and are crimp terminated RESLET P TERCL SELS feature individual raised seal barriers around each pin contact HGH STREGTH ULTPLETE ETL RETG CLP assures positive retentin with inwardly deflected tines that lock securely behind contact shoulder TERCL SEL GROUDG GERS Corrosionresistant shells of aluminum alloy with cadmium over nickel plating withstand a 500 hour salt spray exposure Rear release crimp snapin contacts High contact density Standard LC30 contacts, L6 application tools and LSTD 60 insert arrangements Special/custom capabilities 100% scoopproof Series and Light weight /Low Profile Series Operates under severe high temperature vibration testing through 00 C engineered for high density circuitry Series nterfacial seal helps prevent electrolytic erosion of contacts Series Superior E shielding provides outstanding protection up to 65d at 10 GHZ. Series Specification Comparison Design Criteria Series Series Series Low Profile/Light Weight no yes no Scoop Proof yes no yes Coupling System ayonet ayonet Triple Lead Thread Electrolytic Erosion no no yes Durability (Cycles) High mpact Shock yes no yes External ending oment in/lbs 0 in/lbs 1000 in/lbs Random Vibration "J" mbient mbient 4 Sine Vibration 30G, mbient 60G, 5 to +3 Sand, Dust, ce yes yes Contact Rating Contact D ** ** 0 1 Test Current DC Test mperage aximum illivolt Drop* Well Diameter.0345 ± ± ± ± ± ±.000 Crimp Well Data Well Depth.7/.141.7/.141.7/.141./.0./.0./.0 * aximum millivolt drop data is determined by measuring resistance of mated contacts from end to en ** or reference only 3

4 Performance and aterial Specifications TERLS D SHES Receptacle luminum alloy nsulator High grade plastic Contacts Copper alloy, gold plate Grommet and Seal Silicone base elastomer Jam ut luminum alloy Grounding Spring *inish as noted in How To Order sections. Grounded Plug luminum alloy* High grade plastic Copper alloy, gold plate Silicone base elastomer eryllium copper ELECTRCL DT Contact : D, *, *, 0, and 1 Contact Rating and Wire ccomodation Contact and Test mps Wire D * * *or reference only Service Rating ltitude Sea Level 50,000 ft. 70,000 ft. 100,000 ft. Service Rating ated Unmated Service Rating ated Unmated Service Rating ated Unmated Service Rating ated Unmated Test voltage, C (rms) Test Data Test Description Durability Temperature Range Vibration E Shielding Effectiveness Corrosion Resistant luid mmersion High mpact Shock ltitude Other Environments Parameters 500 cycles of mating and unmating, 50 cycles for Series with spring fingers Class, ; 65ºC (5º) to + 00ºC (+3º) Class ; 65ºC (5º) to + 0ºC (+30º) Class,W: 65ºC (5º) to + 5ºC (+347º) ated connectors are vibrated with weights to simulate rear accessory loads to the following levels: Sine Vibration: Up to 60 G's Series & (at rated temperature Series ) ot applicable for Series. Random Vibration: 43.7 Grms at rated temperature Series 4.5 Grms at mbient Temperature Series & 43.7 Grms at mbient Temperature Series Class : E leakage attenuation, greater than 0d at 100hz, greater than 65d at 10 GHz. to shell conductivity, 1.0 millivolt max. resistance. Class W: E leakage attenuation, greater than 0d at 100 Hz, greater than 50d at 10 GHz. to shell conductivity,.5 millivolt max. Class, W, will withstand 500 hours salt spray. Class,,, will withstand 4 hours salt spray. Connectors are fluid resistant to many fuels, solvents, coolants and oils. ated conectors terminated with LC cable and environmentally sealed backshells will withstand high impact shock per LS01. pplicable to Series & only. Designed to operate between sea level and 100,000 ft. above sea level. ated connectors shall withstand sand and dust per method 0 of LSTD0 and be ice resistant. pplicable to Series & only. OTE: or hermetic standard or test data please consult TT. 4

5 nsert vailability and dentification Series Series & Service Total Rating Contacts D 0, Twinax Twinax, Coax, Twinax, Coax Contact ** 6 4*** *** *** 3*** 4* * Coax for RG10 cables ** Coax for RG4,, or 3 cables *** Twinax for /60000 cables (check factory for other cable applications) 5

6 LDTL3 Series Connectors Cannon KJL How To Order ilitary omenclature S UER SHELL STYLE S7466 Wall ounting Receptacle S746 Jam ut Receptacle S7467 Grounded Plug S7656 Wall ounting Receptacle (back panel mounting) S7505 ox ounting Receptacle (back panel) (Class E) CLSS E nactive for new design. Superseded by Class T. P Environment resistant with straight potting cup accessories T Environment resistant with accessory threads and teeth, except S7505 (without rear accessory) (Class T not applicable to S7505) S UER SHELL STYLE CLSS SHELL SZE HRDWRE SH COTCT RRGEET COTCT STYLE POLRZG POSTO SHELL SZE,,,,,, 1, 3, and 5 HRDWRE SH STDRD right cadmium over electroless nickel plate, 5º to +30º (65ºC to +0ºC) Olive drab cadmium over electroless nickel plate, 5º to +347º (65ºC to +5ºC) Electroless nickel, 5º to +3º (65ºC to +00ºC) COTCT RRGEET See pages 0 and 1. COTCT STYLE P Pin S Socket * Less Pin Contact * Less Socket Contact S7467 T 35 S *Used only when other than power contacts are to be installed (i.e. shielded, thermocouple, etc.) POLRZG POSTO,,C, and D. (o letters required for normal). See page. ote: To order S connectors less standard power contacts, purchase order must state "Less Contacts" Cannon omenclature SERES PREX KJL Series Scoop proof SHELL STYLE 0 Wall mounting receptacle 3 Wall mounting receptacle (back panel mounting) 5 ox mounting receptacle (back panel mounting) 6 Straight plug, grounded 7 Jam nut receptacle CLSS E nactive for new design. Superseded by Class T. Environment resistant with strain relief accessory P Environment resistant with straight potting cup accessory T Environment resistant (without rear accessory) (Class T not applicable to KJL5) SERES PREX SHELL STYLE CLSS SHELL SZE HRDWRE SH COTCT RRGEET COTCT STYLE POLRZG POSTO ODCTO CODE SHELL SZE,,,,,,1,3 and 5 HRDWRE SH STDRD right cadmium over electroless nickel plate, 5º to +30º (65ºC to +0ºC) Olive drab cadmium over electroless nickel plate, 5º to +347º (65ºC to + 5ºC) Electroless nickel, 5º to +3º (65ºC to +00ºC) COTCT RRGEET See pages 0 and 1. COTCT STYLE P Pin S Socket KJL 6 T 35 S POLRZG POSTO (normal),,, C, D. See page. ODCTO CODE L Less contacts, not stamped on connector Outgassed S space graded connector 7 Outgassed, standard connector 6

7 LDTL3 Series Connectors Cannon KJL Wall ounting Receptacle S7466 (S service class E, P, T) KJL0 J D. X. POLRZG KEYWY 1.40 (31.50) X. L H T THRED P D. LUE D (DCTES RER RELESE COTCT RETETO SYSTE) OTE: or backshell dimensions and configurations, see pages 6 and 7. Overall Length With ackshells Dia. ax..573 (14.55).701 (.1).51 (1.6).76 (4.7) (7.7) 1.0 (30.6) (33.6) 1.45 (37.03) 1.53 (40.1) H ax..100 (.54).100 (.54).100 (.54).100 (.54).100 (.54).100 (.54).0 (3.30).0 (3.30).0 (3.30) J Dia. ax..66 (.1).10 (0.57).60 (4.3) 1.05 (7.56) 1.10 (30.73) 1.3 (33.45) 1.44 (36.63) (3.0) 1.6 (4.) L ax..63 (.05).63 (.05).63 (.05).63 (.05).63 (.05).63 (.05).60 (.).60 (.).60 (.) ax..5 (4.33) (6.70) (.0) 1.3 (31.47) 1.33 (33.3) 1.45 (37.03) 1.5 (40.1) 1.70 (43.3) 1.3 (46.53) T.P..7 (1.6).1 (0.6).06 (3.01).6 (4.61) 1.06 (6.7) 1.6 (.36) 1.50 (31.75) (34.3) (3.10) P Dia. ax.. (3.51) (3.51). (3.51). (3.51). (3.51). (3.51). (3.51).7 (3.).7 (3.) T Thread 7/UE /4UE /4UE /0UE /0UE /1UE 13/1UE /1UE /1UE Cable Clamp 1.46 (46.) 1.46 (46.) 1.46 (46.) 1.46 (46.) 1.66 (4.4) 1.66 (50.70) 1.66 (50.70) 1.66 (50.70) 1.66 (50.70) P Potting ax (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) Wall ounting Receptacle (ack Panel) S7656 (S service class E, P, T) KJL3 J D. X. POLRZG KEYWY 1.47 (31.67) X. L H T THRED P D. LUE D (DCTES RER RELESE COTCT RETETO SYSTE) E X. PEL THCKESS (including mounting hardware) OTE: or backshell dimensions and configurations, see pages 6 and Dia. ax. E ax..573 (14.55).34 (5.4).701 (.1).34 (5.4).51 (1.6).34 (5.4).76 (4.7).34 (5.4) (7.7).34 (5.4) 1.0 (30.6).34 (5.4) (33.6).04 (5.1) 1.45 (37.03).04 (5.1) 1.53 (40.1).3 (4.0) H ax. J Dia. ax..100 (.54).66 (.1).100 (.54).10 (0.57).100 (.54).60 (4.3).100 (.54) 1.05 (7.56).100 (.54) 1.10 (30.73).100 (.54) 1.3 (33.45).0 (3.30) 1.44 (36.63).0 (3.30) (3.0).0 (3.30) 1.6 (4.) L ax. ax. T.P. P Dia. ax. T Thread.0 (0.3).5 (4.33).7 (1.6). (3.51) 7/UE.0 (0.3) (6.70).0 (0.3) (.0).0 (0.3) 1.3 (31.47).1 (0.6).06 (3.01).6 (4.61) (3.51). (3.51). (3.51) /4UE /4UE /0UE.0 (0.3) 1.33 (33.3) 1.06 (6.7). (3.51) /0UE.0 (0.3) 1.45 (37.03) 1.6 (.36). (3.51) /1UE.70 (0.07) 1.5 (40.1) 1.50 (31.75). (3.51) 13/1UE.70 (0.07) 1.70 (43.3) (34.3).7 (3.) /1UE.70 (0.07) 1.3 (46.53) (3.10).7 (3.) /1UE Overall Length With ackshells Cable Clamp 1.05 (45.5) 1.05 (45.5) 1.05 (45.5) 1.05 (45.5) 1.35 (4.0) 1.55 (4.66) 1.55 (4.66) 1.55 (4.66) 1.55 (4.66) P Potting ax (35.1) (35.1) (35.1) (35.1) (35.1) (35.1) (35.1) (35.1) (35.1) Performance SpecificationsPages 34 Contacts, Sealing Plugs, ssembly Tools Pages, 7,. Contact rrangements Pages 01 7

8 LDTL3 Series Connectors Cannon KJL ox ounting Receptacle (ack Panel) S7505E (S service class E) KJL5E H L K X. J D. X. POLRZG KEYWY.060 (1.5) X. GROET P D. LUE D (DCTES RER RELESE COTCT RETETO SYSTE) E X. PEL THCKESS (CLUDG OUTG HRDWRE) OTE: This connector does not accommodate backshells. Dia. ax..573 (14.55) E ax..34 (5.4) H ax..100 (.54) J Dia. ax..66 (.1) K ax.. (5.56) L ax..0 (0.3) ax..5 (4.33) T.P..7 (1.6) P Dia. ax.. (3.51).701 (.1).34 (5.4).100 (.54).10 (0.57). (5.56).0 (0.3) (6.70).1 (0.6) (3.51).51 (1.6).34 (5.4).100 (.54).60 (4.3). (5.56).0 (0.3) (.0).06 (3.01). (3.51).76 (4.7).34 (5.4).100 (.54) 1.05 (7.56). (5.56).0 (0.3) 1.3 (31.47).6 (4.61). (3.51) (7.7).34 (5.4).100 (.54) 1.10 (30.73). (5.56).0 (0.3) 1.33 (33.3) 1.06 (6.7). (3.51) 1.0 (30.6).34 (5.4).100 (.54) 1.3 (33.45). (5.56).0 (0.3) 1.45 (37.03) 1.6 (.36). (3.51) (33.6).04 (5.1).0 (3.30) 1.44 (36.63).50 (6.35).70 (0.07) 1.5 (40.1) 1.50 (31.75). (3.51) (37.03).04 (5.1).0 (3.30) (3.0).50 (6.35).70 (0.07) 1.70 (43.3) (34.3).7 (3.) (40.1).3 (4.0).0 (3.30) 1.6 (4.).50 (6.35).70 (0.07) 1.3 (46.53) (3.10).7 (3.) Straight Plug Grounded S7467 (S service class E, P, T) KJL6 J D. POLRZG KEYWY L T THRED D. G D. X. LUE D (DCTES RER RELESE COTCT RETETO SYSTE) OTE: or backshell dimensions and configurations, see pages 6 and 7. ax. G Dia. ax. J Dia. ax. (Class T) L ax. T Thread Overall Length With ackshells Cable Clamp P Potting ax..55 (14.6).5 (1.).43 (1.7) 1.34 (31.34) 7/UE 1.73 (45.54) (4.44).7 (1.1).4 (4.).6 (.5) 1.34 (31.34) /4UE 1.73 (45.54) (4.44).66 (.00) 1.6 (.36).760 (.30) 1.34 (31.34) /4UE 1.73 (45.54) (4.44).0 (5.) 1.1 (3.54).5 (.4) 1.34 (31.34) /0UE 1.73 (45.54) (4.44) 1.1 (.3) (35.71) (5.65) 1.34 (31.34) /0UE 1. (4.5) (4.44) 1. (31.04) 1.5 (3.51) 1.1 (.3) 1.34 (31.34) /1UE 1.43 (4.35) (4.44) (34.1) (41.6) 1.40 (31.50) 1.34 (31.34) 13/1UE 1.43 (4.35) (44.6) (37.3) (44.6) (34.67) 1.34 (31.34) /1UE 1.43 (4.35) (44.6) (40.56) 1.1 (4.03) 1.40 (37.5) 1.34 (31.34) /1UE 1.43 (4.35) (44.6) Performance SpecificationsPages 34 Contacts, Sealing Plugs, ssembly Tools Pages, 7. Contact rrangements Pages 01

9 LDTL3 Series Connectors Cannon KJL Jam ut Receptacle S746 (S service class E,P,T) KJL7 U X. HEX POLRZG KEYWY.0 (3.37) X.. (3.1) X..06 (1.57). PEL THCKESS H T THRED S J D. D D. D. V THRED LUE D (DCTES RER RELESE COTCT RETETO SYSTE) OTE: or backshell dimensions and configurations, see pages 6 and 7. Overall Length With ackshells Dia. ax..573 (14.55).701 (.1).51 (1.6).76 (4.7) (7.7) 1.0 (30.6) (33.6) 1.45 (37.03) 1.53 (40.1) D ax. H ax..655 (.64).10 (3.05).755 (.1).10 (3.05).4 (3.3).10 (3.05) (7.0).10 (3.05) 1.1 (30.5).10 (3.05) 1.3 (33.43).1 (3.4) (36.60).1 (3.4) (3.7).1 (3.4) 1.61 (4.5).1 (3.4) J Dia. ax..66 (.1).10 (0.57).60 (4.3) 1.05 (7.56) 1.10 (30.73) 1.3 (33.45) 1.44 (36.63) (3.0) 1.6 (4.) S Dia. ax (30.5) 1.31 (35.33) 1.5 (35.51) (41.6) (44.6) 1.54 (4.63).07 (5.7).04 (55.).3 (5.) T Thread 7/UE /4UE /4UE /0UE /0UE /1UE 13/1UE /1UE /1UE U ax. Hex.. (.66) 1.0 (5.3) 1.05 (30.61) 1.3 (33.76) (36.6) 1.57 (40.) (43.31) 1. (46.46) 0. (51.3) V Thread Class /4UE /4UE 10UE /1UE /41UE 13/1UE /1UE /1UE 13/41US Cable Clamp 1.46 (46.) 1.46 (46.) 1.46 (46.) 1.46 (46.) 1.66 (4.4) 1.6 (50.70) 1.6 (50.70) 1.6 (50.70) 1.6 (50.70) P Potting ax (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) (36.6) Performance SpecificationsPages 34 Contacts, Sealing Plugs, ssembly Tools Pages, 7. Contact rrangements Pages 01 Panel Cutouts lange ounted Receptacles Jam ut Receptacles P ±.005 (0.) 4 HOLES R (T.P) (0.5).000 (0.00) Dia..665 (.).1 (0.6).65 (4.51) 1.05 (7.55) 1.50 (31.75) 1.3 (33.57) (36.75) 1.56 (3.5) (43.5) P Dia..1 (3.5).1 (3.5).1 (3.5).1 (3.5).1 (3.5).1 (3.5).1 (3.5).4 (3.1).0 (3.1) (Class T) R.7 (1.6).1 (0.6).06 (3.01).6 (4.61) 1.06 (6.7) 1.6 (.36) 1.50 (31.75) (34.3) (3.10) tg. Screw #4 #4 #4 #4 #4 #4 #4 #6 # (.5).000 (.00).700 (.7).5 (0.6) (5.65) 1.5 (.3) 1.60 (3.00) 1.35 (35.1) (3.35) (41.53) (44.70) (.00).010 (.5).670 (.0).771 (.5).55 (4.6) 1.05 (7.56) 1.10 (30.73) (33.1) (37.0) 1.55 (40.6) (43.43)

10 Polarizing Positions C D Series 5º RE ront face of receptacle (plug opposite). nsert arrangement does not rotate with main keykeyway. The master key is rotated to provide shell polarization; the minor keys remain fixed. ormal C D º 5º 5º 5º 5º 5º 5º 5º 5º ngle of Rotation (Degrees) 77º 1º 75º 74º 77º 77º 77º 0º 0º 67º 63º 61º 65º 65º 65º 6º 6º º º º º º º º º 1º 10º 1º 1º 1º 1º 1º 0º 0º D Series C 10º RE ront face of receptacle (plug opposite). nsert arrangement does not rotate with main keykeyway. The master key is rotated to provide shell polarization; the minor keys remain fixed. ormal C D º 100º 100º 100º 100º 100º 100º 100º 100º ngle of Rotation (Degrees) º 6º 0º 7º º º º 5º 5º 7º 6º 66º 70º 70º 70º 74º 74º 1º º 4º 0º 0º 0º º º º 4º 10º º º º º 1º 1º RECEPTCLE (ront face shown) DP SC R SC PLUG (ront face shown) R SC KEY Series CR SC KEYWY P SC P SC DR SC CP SC OTES 1. ll ngles are SC. The insert arrangement does not rotate with main key/keyway 3. ll minor keys are rotated to provide shell polarization, the master key remains fixed at twelve o'clock position. 4. Polarization is different from Series and. and and 1 3 and 5 Key & Keyway rrangement identification Letter C D E C D E C D E C D E Rº or Pº SC Rº or Pº SC Key Locations CRº or CPº SC DRº or DPº SC

11 Contact rrangements (Engaging View Pin nsert) * Socket insert only ** Pin insert only (ot available in socket insert Series and ) ndicates layouts are available in all shell styles including S74, S750, KJE and KJ5E Consult factory S7505E/KJL5E insert availability Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Ratings 3 # #D 4 4 # # # # #D 13 3 # 14 4** 4 # 1 #0 Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Ratings 10 # #D # #0,1 # #0 # #D Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Ratings #0,4 # #1 # # #D _ 4 _ 4 # ** 1 #0, # Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Ratings 1 ** 6 #0, # ** #0, 1 # 1 # # #D Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Ratings 1 1 # # #D #0, # #0 Series 5 Series Series 5* o. of Contacts 4 # Twinax Service Ratings Please consult factory for availability of layouts not shown # 3 33** 3 # #D 0

12 LC3 Series,, Connectors KJL/KJ/KJ Contact rrangements (Engaging View Pin nsert) * Socket insert only ** Pin insert only (ot available in socket insert Series and ndicates layouts are available in all shell styles including S74, S750, KJE and KJ5E Consult factory for S7505E/KJL5E insert availability for "inactive" layout, use35. nactive nactive Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Ratings # # ** 1 # 4 5** 100 # #0, # Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Ratings 5 5* # Coax/Twinax Coax 5 5 # * 3 # Twinax, #, 4 #1 Coax, 10 # #,1 # # Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Ratings #D * 37 # #0,4 # Coax, Coax #0,0 # #0,4 #, # coax Series Series Series o. of Contacts Service Rating #0 564* #D, #0 10 #,6 #1 566* #D, #0, # Please consult factory for availability of layouts not shown. Dimensions are shown in inches (millimeters). Dimensions subject to change. 1

13 ContactsPin (Series //) LC30/5 KJL/KJ/KJ 1st D (WDE) nd D (RROW) 3rd D (RROW) Contact D Color ands 3 Orange lue lack Orange lue Orange Orange lue Yellow Orange lue Green Cannon Part umber ilitary Part umber 30/ / / /5365 Contact Coax Twinax 1 Coax Cannon Part umber Cable ccomodations RG10 RG4,, 3 RG14 /60000 RG4,, 3 ContactsSocket (Series ) LC30/57 anufacture identification Code rea Typical all contacts KJ Contact D Color ands 3 Orange Green Yellow Orange Green Violet Orange Green Gray Orange Green White Cannon Part umber ilitary Part umber 30/ / / /5735 ContactsSocket (Series & ) LC30/56 KJL/KJ Contact D 0 1 Color ands 1 3 Orange Orange Orange Orange Yellow Green Green Green Gray rown Red Orange Cannon Part umber ilitary Part umber 30/ / / /56353 Contact Coax Twinax 1 Coax Cannon Part umber Cable ccomodations RG10 RG4,, 3 RG14 /60000 RG4,, 3

14 Contact Sealing ushings Twinax Sealing ushing Used with the Twinax contact in Twinax layouts for sealing cable size /60000 Coax Sealing ushing Used with the Coax contact in Twinax layouts for sealing cable size RG10 Twinax Grommet Coax Grommet Contact Sealing ushing Sequence into Twinax Grommet (ushing only used with Twinax grommet) 3

15 ContactsPrinted Circuit oard P PRTED CRCUT COTCT EXTESO RO RER O COECTOR (X / ) PC COTCT PRT UER COTCT SZE TL D. ±.001 S7466 S7467 KJL0 / KJL D D / D D S7656 S746 KJL3 / KJL / S7505E KJL5E * 0.36* S747 S7474 KJ0 / KJ S74E S750E KJE / KJ5E * 0.36* S75E S747 / O S KJR / KJ3 / KJ5R S7473 S744 KJ6 / KJG D3/0 D3/6 KJ0 KJ D3/4 D3/4 KJ7 () KJ7 (5) PC COTCT EXTESO G (SEE OTE 5) PC COTCT EXTESO (KJL0/3/6/7 & KJ0/6/7) (KJL5E, KJ0/E/R/3/5E/5R/6/7, & KJG6) SOCKET (SERES ) PRTED CRCUT COTCT EXTESO RO RER O COECTOR (X / ) PC COTCT PRT UER COTCT SZE TL D. ± D D D D S747 S7474 KJ0 / KJ S74E S750E KJE / KJ5E * 0.35* S75E S747 / O S KJR / KJ3 / KJ5R S7473 S744 KJ6 / KJG SOCKET (SERE & ) PRTED CRCUT COTCT EXTESO RO RER O COECTOR (X / ) PC COTCT PRT UER COTCT SZE TL D. ±.001 S7466 S7467 KJL0 / KJL D D D S7656 S746 KJL3 / KJL S7505E KJL5E 0.31* 0.35* 0.3* 0.3* 0.55* 0.553* D3/0 KJ D3/6 KJ D3/4 KJ7 () D3/4 KJ7 (5) OTES: ULESS OTHERWSE SPECED. 1. PC COTCTS HVE GOLD PLTG OVER SUTLE UDERPLTE PER LC30 SPECCTO.. PC COTCT EXTESOS PPLY TO TT CO COECTORS OLY OR LL SHELL SZES. 3. / DCTES O EXTESO. 4. * DCTES PC TL WTH SHK EXTEDG RO RER O COECTOR. 5. G D. S.031 +/.0 OR KJL5E D.10 +/.030 (SHELL SZES THRU ) D.00 +/.050 (SHELL SZE 4) OR KJ0/E/R/3/5E/5R/6/7 & KJG6. 6. OR OTHER SPECC PC COTCT DT, COSULT TT EC, ST, C, US. 4

16 Wire s and Diameters Contact D * * 0 1 Coax Twinax 1 Coax Wire inished wire outside dimensions size (WG) inimum aximum, 6, 4, , 6, , 4, ,, , 1, , RG / RG4,, *or reference only Recommended Jam ut Torque Values Series nch Pounds 46/50 55/60 70/75 0/5 0/5 100/0 0/10 10/0 140/ Series & nch Pounds 30/36 40/46 55/60 70/75 0/5 0/5 100/0 0/10 10/0 Coupling ut Torque Values (Series, and ) aximum engagement and disengagement nch Pound inimum disengagement nch Pound

17 ackshell Type E (Straight), Series only D. Series Dia. ax..50 (14.73).705 (.1).30 (1.0).55 (4.6) 1.00 (7.3) 1.05 (30.61).330 (33.7) (36.6) (3.50) Dia. ax..3 (.33).3 (.33).3 (.33).3 (.33).3 (.33).3 (.33).3 (.33).3 (.33).70 (6.6) How To Order inishes C Series Cadmium/ickelClear Part umber Cadmium/ickelO.D Part umber nodic oncond. Part umber Electroless ickel Part umber ackshell Type (Cable Clamp) Z. D. 1 X X Y Series Series ax. Dia. ax. X Dia. in. X 1 Dia. in. Y ax..50 (14.73).5 (3.43).34 (5.4). (4.75). (1.06).705 (.1). (5.03).7 (7.54). (4.75).1 (.63).30 (1.0).3 (7.1).4 (10.7).1 (7.14) 1.0 (5.1).55 (4.6).35 (.7).547 (1.).35 (.6) (.) 1.00 (7.43).510 (1.5).60 (.47).356 (.04) 1.03 (30.56) 1.05 (30.61).635 (.).734 (1.64).456 (.5) 1.46 (37.31) (33.7).635 (.).734 (1.64).5 (.1) 1.46 (37.31) (36.6).760 (.30). (3.4).5 (.1) (4.06) (3.50).10 (0.57).4 (4.).657 (.6) (44.45) Z ax.. (0.65). (0.65). (0.65). (0.65).33 (3.70).33 (3.70).33 (3.70).33 (3.70).3 (.6) How To Order (S Version) S7506 ilitary Designation S7506 Type Straight with Cable Clamp inish Cad/ickel (Clear) Cad/ickel (O.D) ickel (Electroless) Series,,,,,, 1, 3, 5 Series, 10, 1, 14,, 1, 0,, 4 dapter Geometry inishes Series Series S Cannon Part umber Part umber Cannon S Cannon S Cannon S 7506* *** * *** * *** * *** * *** * *** * *** * *** * *** * S inish *** Cannon inish 6

18 ackshell Type P (Potting oot) D. Series Series Dia. ax..5 (.).73 (1.36).47 (1.51).6 (4.61) 1.07 (7.61) 1. (30.76) (33.3) (37.) 1.56 (40.) Dia. ax..434 (.0).54 (.).673 (.0).7 (0.7). (.3) 1.04 (6.01) (.) 1.74 (3.36) 1.3 (35.53) How To Order (S Version) S746 1 S Designation Series,,,,,, 1, 3, 5 Series, 10, 1, 14,, 1, 0,, 4 1 Straight Cup OTE: When ordering the S version you must specify both S numbers for the Potting oot and the dapter Ring. Series Series S746 Part umber 746**1 746**1 746**1 746**1 746**1 746**1 746**1 746**1 746**1 Cannon Part umber ** Specify applicable Series or, shell size. Potting oot dapter Ring How To Order (S Version) iltary Designation inish Cad/ickel (Clear) Cad/ickel (O.D) ickel (Electroless) S745 Series,,,,,, 1, 3, 5 Series, 10, 1, 14,, 1, 0,, 4 OTE: When ordering the S version you must specify both S numbers for the Potting oot and the dapter Ring. Series Series S745 Part umber 745*** 745*** 745*** 745*** 745*** 745*** 745*** 745*** 745*** * S inish ** Specify applicable Series or shell size *** Cannon inish Cadmium/ickel Clear inishes Cadmium/ickelO.D Electroless ickel Cannon Part umber Cannon S Cannon S Cannon S 3707*** *** 37075*** 37076*** 37077*** 3707*** 3707*** 3700*** 3701*** Wire Sealing Plugs Series D * 0 1 Series & D * * 0 1 Part umber Cannon S74 Color Code S741 lack S741 lack S741 lack S7401 Red S741 lue S74 Yellow Wire sealing plugs meet S74 standards. The plugs are color coded according to size for easy identification. Wire sealing plugs may be ordered separately. * or reference only 7

19 Tools Crimp 50/101 CT530 50/01 CT565 Contact D or * * 0 1 Crimp Tool Part umber 50/01 50/01 50/101 50/101 50/101 Pin Contact Series // Locator or Turret Part umber 50/0 50/0 50/104 OR TH 50/104 OR TH 50/104 Coax nner Conductor Crimp Tool Crimp Tool Locator RG10 50/ RG 4,, / RG 14 50/ Coax nner Conductor Crimp Tool Crimp Tool Locator RG4, 3 50/01 50/34 Twinax Crimp Tool Crimp Tool Locator Center Contact 50/01 K70 ntermediate Contact 50/501 Y631 Die Closure Outer Contact 50/501 Y631 Die Closure Crimp Tool Part umber 50/01 50/01 50/101 50/101 50/101 Socket Contact Series Locator or Turret Part umber 50/06 50/06 50/104 50/104 50/104 Crimp Tool Part umber 50/01 50/01 50/101 50/101 50/101 Socket Contact Series & Locator or Turret Part umber 50/07 50/07 50/104 50/104 50/104 Outer Conductor Crimp Tool Crimp Tool Locator RG10 50/501 50/53 RG 4,, /501 50/537 RG 14 50/501 50/5 Outer Conductor Crimp Tool Crimp Tool Locator RG4, 3 50/ / * or reference only Tools Plastic nsertion/extraction Contact D * 0 1 Cannon Description CETD01 CETD01 CET010 CET03 CET104 CETT CET104 Coax/Twinax 1 Coax nsertion tool not required for size Cannon Part umber Part umber 6/1401 6/1401 6/1410 6/1403 6/1404 6/1404 Superseded ilitary Part umber S7534D S7534D S75340 S7534 S nsertion Color Tip Green Green Red lue Yellow Yellow Extraction Color Tip White White Orange White White White Tools etal (S) nsertion Extraction * Contact D OR * * 0 S745 Part umber S745 S745 S745 0 S745 and o. 1 indicates tool size. and o. indicates removal tool. or reference only nsertion TT CO Part umber Color and lack rown Red lue S745 Part umber S745 R S745 R S745 R0 S745 R TT CO Part umber Extraction Color and o.1 lack rown Red lue o. White White White White

20 ssembly nstructions Wire Stripping Strip insulation from end of wire to be crimped. (See table for proper stripping dimensions.) Do not cut or damage wire strands. Wire D or * 0. (3.1).1 (4.77).1 (4.77) 1.1 (4.77) * or reference only Contact Crimping VSUL SPECTO HOLE 1. nsert stripped wire into contact crimp pot. Wire must be visible thru inspection hole.. Using correct crimp tool and locator, cycle the tool once to be sure the indentors are open. nsert contact and wire into locator. Squeeze tool handles firmly and completely to insure a proper crimp. The tool will not release unless the crimp indentors in the tool head have been fully actuated. Contact nsertion 3. Release crimped contact and wire from tool. e certain the wire is visible thru inspection hole in contact. 1. Remove hardware from plug or receptacle and slip over wire bundle in proper order for reassembly.. Using proper plastic or metal insertion tool for corresponding contact, position wire in tip of the tool so that the tool tip butts up against the contact shoulder. 3. Press tool against contact shoulder and, with firm and even pressure, insert wired contact and tool tip into center contact cavity. slight click may be heard as metal retaining tines snap into place behind contact shoulder. Contact Extraction 4. Remove tool and pull back lightly on wire to make sure contact is properly seated. Repeat operation with remainder of contacts to be inserted, beginning with the center cavity and working outward in alternating rows. 5. fter all contacts are inserted, fill any empty cavities with wire sealing plugs, Ressemble plug or receptacle hardware. 1. Remove hardware from plug or receptacle and slide hardware back along wire bundle.. Using plastic or metal extraction tool with proper color code corresponding to contact size, place wire in tool. 3. nsert tool into contact cavity until tool tip bottoms against the contact shoulder, expanding clip retaining tines. 4. Hold wire firmly in tool and extract wired contact and tool. Repeat operation for all contacts to be extracted. 5. ill any empty wire cavities with wire sealing plugs, and 6. Reassemble plug or receptacle.

21 LDTL3 Specifications The following excerpts are some of the parameter requirements of the LDTL3 Specification. Test Description Paragraph Reference Contact Retention 4 5 Coupling Torque Requirements fter preloading to 3 pounds maximum, the force shall be applied at a rate of approximately 1 pound per second and maintained at full load for 510 seconds. o damage to contacts or insert shall result nor shall the contacts be dislocated from their normal position in the connector more than 0.01 inch under the given load. ailure to meet these requirements shall be cause for rejection. Contact * D * 0 1 Loads in Pounds ± 10% or qualification testing, mating halves shall be coupled and uncoupled, measuring the torques necessary.the torques required to couple and uncouple mating connector halves shall fall within the limits specifications as follows: Torque ax. in. / 10/ 1 1 Torque ax. in Torque ax. in Torque ax. in Durability nsulation Resistance 4 5 Vibration 4 5 Shock Thermal Shock ltitude mmersion 4 5 Solvent mmersion 4 5 Corrosion Dynamic Salt Spray Temperature Durability Connector halves shall be mated and unmated 50 times for Series with ground fingers and 500 times for Series and at a rate not exceeding 300 cycles per hour. The test may be performed by hand or by mechanical means, but the coupling ring shall be operated as in normal service. ailure to complete this test because of mechanical malfunction shall be cause for rejection. n insulation resistance test shall be performed on unmated connectors in accordance with LSTD0, ethod 30, Test condition. easurement shall be made between three pairs of adjacent contacts and the shell. ailure to meet the minimum requirement of 50,000 megohms for Classes E, P,, R, and T shall be cause for rejection. Wired, mated connectors shall be subjected to the vibration test of LSTD0, ethod 14, Test Condition, except that the duration shall be one hour in each plane. Receptacles shall be mounted on the vibration fixture by normal means. ll contacts shall be wired in a series circuit and millamperes of current shall be allowed to flow through the series circuit during vibration. Suitable means shall be employed to monitor the current flow and to indicate any discontinuity of more than 1 microsecond. The wire bundle shall be damped to the nonvibrating points at least inches from the rear of the connector. Current discontinuity of 1 microsecond or more, disengagement of the mated connectors, evidence of cracking, breaking, or loosening of parts shall be cause for rejection. Wired mated connectors shall be subjected to one shock in each direction in each of three mutually perpendicular axes. The pulse shall be approximate half sine wave of 300g ± % magnitude with a duration of 3 ± 1 milliseconds. Receptacles shall be mounted on a shock fixture by normal means. ll contacts shall be wired in a series circuit and 1000 ma. of current shall flow through the series circuit during shock. Suitable means shall be employed to monitor the current flow and to indicate any discontinuity of more than 1 microsecond. The wire bundle shall be clamped to fixed points at feast inches from the rear of the connector, Current discontinuity of 1 microsecond or more, disengagement of the mated connectors, evidence of cracking, breaking, or loosening of parts shall be cause for rejection. Unmated receptacles shall be subjected to 10 cycles of thermal shock in the following manner: Step a The receptacle shall be suspended for minutes in the center of a cold water both with a volume of approximately one cubic foot. o dimension of the bath shall be less than 10 inches. The water temperature shall not exceed 4ºC (3.0º) Step b The receptacle shall be suspended for minutes in the center of a hot water bath with a volume of approximately one cubic foot. o dimension of the bath shall be less than 10 inches. The water temperature shall be not less than 4ºC (01º). The time of transfer from one bath to the other shall not exceed 5 seconds. t the end of the tenth cycle, the receptacle shall have the excess moisture shaken off and shall then be dried in a forced air oven at 66±5 C for ±1 minutes. ny evidence of damage resulting from this test shall be cause for rejection. ated connectors shall be placed in a container of water at approximately 0ºC and placed in an altitude chamber. ll wire ends shall be located within the chamber and exposed to the chamber atmosphere, but not submerged. The exposed wire ends shall not be sealed. quantity of salt, 5 percent by weight, shall be added to make the water conductive. The chamber pressure shall then be reduced to approximately one inch of mercury and maintained for thirty minutes. The chamber pressure shall then be slowly returned to atmospheric. This shall be considered one cycle. Two additional cycles shall be performed. t the end of the last cycle, while the mated connectors are still submerged, the nsulation Resistance Test (room temperature), and the High Potential Test (sea level voltages) shall be performed upon the same circuits. ailure to meet an insulation resistance minimum of,000 megohms or any evidence of dielectric breakdown or flashover shall be cause for rejection. Unmated connectors shall be immersed fully in the applicable fluid specified below for 0 hours. fter removal from the fluid, each connector shall remain for one hour in free air at room temperature. a.) Jet fuel JP4 to LJ564 b.) ircraft lubricating oil to LL36 Unmated connectors and individual contact samples shall be subjected to the soft spray of LSTD0, ethod 101, Test Condition (tin plated, Class Y receptacles4 hours). mmediately after exposure, the surfaces of the specimens shall be thoroughly washed in tap water and dried in a circulatory oven at a temperature of 3 ±3ºC (100º) for a period of approximately 1 hours. ny exposure of basis metal as a result of this test, shall be cause for rejection. (Series and, finish ; Series, class W). The wired assembled plugs and receptacles shall be mated and unmated 50 cycles at a rate of 300 cycles per hour maximum. The mating and unmating shall be accomplished so that the plug and receptacle are completely separated during each cycle. The connectors shall then be subjected to the salt spray test in accordance with method 1001 of LSTD 44. The connectors shall be tested for 45 hours mated followed by 4 hours unmated. fter the salt spray exposure the remaining number of durability cycles specified in shall be completed. Wired rated connectors shall be subjected to the indicated anbient temperature for a period of 1,000 hours Series and (finish ) +3º 0 (30º ) Series and (finish ) +3º 5 (347º ) Series (class W) 0ºC +3º 5 (347º ) ll other finishes 0ºC +3º 00 (3º ) 0ºC 0ºC * or reference only 30

22 Product Safety nformation THS OTE UST E RED COJUC TO WTH THE PRODUCT DT SHEET/CTLOG. LURE TO OSERVE THE DVCE THS ORTO SHEET D THE OPERTG COD TOS SPECED THE PRODUCT DT SHEET/ CTLOG COULD RESULT HZRDOUS STUTOS. 1. TERL COTET D PHYSCL OR Electrical connectors do not usually contain hazardous materials. They contain conducting and nonconducting materials and can be divided into two groups. a) Printed circuit types and low cost audio types which employ all plastic insulators and casings. b) Rugged, ire arrier and High Reliability types with metal casings and either natural rubber, synthetic rubber, plastic or glass insulating materials. Contact materials vary with type of connector and also application and are usually manufactured from either: Copper, copper alloys, nickel, alumel, chromel or steel. n special applications, other alloys may be specified.. RE CHRCTERSTCS D ELECTRC SHOCK HZRD There is no fire hazard when the connector is correctly wired and used within the specified parameters. ncorrect wiring or assembly of the connector or careless use of metal tools or conductive fluids, or transit damage to any of the component parts may cause electric shock or burns. Live circuits must not be broken by separating mated connectors as this may cause arcing, ionization and burning. Heat dissipation is greater at maximum resistance in a circuit. Hot spots may occur when resistance is raised locally by damage, e.g. cracked or deformed contacts, broken strands of wire. Local overheating may also result from the use of the incorrect application tools or from poor quality soldering or slack screw terminals. Overheating may occur if the ratings in the product Data Sheet/Catalog are exceeded and can cause breakdown of insulation and hence electric shock. f heating is allowed to continue it intensifies by further increasing the local resistance through loss of temper of spring contacts, formation of oxide film on contacts and wires and leakage currents through carbonization of insulation and tracking paths. ire can then result in the presence of combustible materials and this may release noxious fumes. Overheating may not be visually apparent. urns may result from touching overheated components. 3. HDLG Care must be taken to avoid damage to any component parts of electrical connectors during installation and use. lthough there are normally no sharp edges, care must be taken when handling certain components to avoid injury to fingers. Electrical connectors may be damaged in transit to the customers, and damage may result in creation of hazards. Products should therefore be examined prior to installation/use and rejected if found to be damaged. 4. DSPOSL ncineration of certain materials may release noxious or even toxic fumes. 5. PPLCTO Connectors with exposed contacts should not be selected for use on the current supply side of an electrical circuit, because an electric shock could result from touching exposed contacts on an unmated connector. Voltages in excess of 30 V ac or 4.5 V dc are potentially hazardous and care should be taken to ensure that such voltages cannot be transmitted in any way to exposed metal parts of the connector body. The connector and wiring should be checked, before making live, to have no damage to metal parts or insulators, no solder blobs, loose strands, conducting lubricants, swarf, or any other undesired conducting particles. Circuit resistance and continuity check should be made to make certain that there are no high resistance joints or spurious conducting paths. lways use the correct application tools as specified in the Data Sheet/Catalog. Do not permit untrained personnel to wire, assemble or tamper with connectors. or operation voltage please see appropriate national regulations. PORTT GEERL ORTO (i) ir and creepage paths/operating voltage. The admissible operating voltages depend on the individual applications and the valid national and other applicable safety regulations. or this reason the air and creepage path data are only reference values. Observe reduction of air and creepage paths due to PC board and/or harnessing. (ii) Temperature ll information given are temperature limits. The operation temperature depends on the individual application. (iii) Other important information Cannon continuously endeavors to improve their products. Therefore, Cannon products may deviate from the description, technical data and shape as shown in this catalog and data sheets. Engineered for life is a registered trademark of TT ndustries, 005. ll other trademarks or registered trademarks are property of their respective owners. ll data subject to change without notice. Product Warranty TT ndustries, Cannon manufactures the highest quality products available in the marketplace; however these products are intended to be used in accordance with the specifications in this publication. ny use or application that deviates from the stated operating specifications is not recommended and may be unsafe. o information and data contained in this publication shall be construed to create any liability on the part of Cannon. ny new issue of this publication shall automatically invalidate and supersede any and all previous issues. limited warranty applies to Cannon products. Except for obligations assumed by Cannon under this warranty, Cannon shall not be liable for any loss, damage, cost of repairs, incidental or consequential damages of any kind, whether or not based on express or implied warranty, contract, negligence or strict liability arising in connection with the design, manufacture, sale, use or repair of the products. Product availability, prices and delivery dates are exclusively subject to our respective order confirmation form; the same applies to orders based on development samples delivered. This publication is not to be construed as an offer. t is intended merely as an invitation to make an offer. y this publication, Cannon does not assume responsibility or any liability for any patent infringements or other rights of third parties which may result from its use. Reprinting this publication is generally permitted, indicating the source. However, Cannon's prior consent must be obtained in all cases. 31

23 ccessories KJL LC3 Series Receptacle Dust Caps KJL Dummy Receptacles or langed or Jam ut Plug Cap 3/ 5750**CL 5750**C 57501**CL 3/ 5750**CL 5750**C 57501**CL 3/ 5750**CL 5750**C 57501**CL 3/ 5750**CL 5750**C 57501**CL 3/ 5750**CL 5750**C 57501**CL 3/ 5750**CL 5750**C 57501**CL 1 3/1 5750**1CL 5750**1C 57501**1CL 3 3/3 5750**3CL 5750**3C 57501**3CL 5 3/5 5750**5CL 5750**5C 57501**5CL ** Select code for plating = Olive Drab Chromate over Cadmium over ickel (500 Hour Salt Spray) = Electroless ickel (luid Resistant) Endbells Cable Range KJL Straight Low Cost Right ngle Low Cost in ax 504/4** 504/47**.0 (.0).34 (5.4) 504/410** 504/4710**.0 (.0).34 (5.4) 504/41** 504/471**.4 (.0).3 (.33) 504/414** 504/4714**.6 (4.47).457 (.61) 504/4** 504/47**.3 (6.05).634 (.10) 504/41** 504/471**.0 (5.).614 (.60) 1 504/40** 504/470**.30 (7.67).6 (.73) 3 504/4** 504/47**.30 (7.67).3 (0.0) 5 504/44** 504/474**.33 (.43).53 (1.67) ** Select code for connector plating W = Olive Drab Chromate over Cadmium over ickel (1,000 Hour Salt Spray) = Electroless ickel (luid Resistant) = lack nodize Specifications subject to change.

24 ccessories Self Locking Endbells Clamp Range KJL Straight Right ngle in ax 504/4S** 504/47S**.0 (.4).34 (5.4) 504/4S10** 504/47S10**.3 (3.).34 (5.4) 504/4S1** 504/47S1**.0 (4.3).3 (.33) 504/4S14** 504/47S14**.60 (6.60).457 (.61) 504/4S** 504/47S**.3 (7.).634 (.10) 504/4S1** 504/47S1**.35 (.5).614 (.60) 1 504/4S0** 504/47S0**.343 (.71).6 (.73) 3 504/4S** 504/47S**.41 (.6).3 (0.0) 5 504/4S4** 504/47S4**.41 (10.6).53 (1.67) ** Select code for connector plating W = Olive Drab Chromate over Cadmium over ickel (1,000 Hour Salt Spray) = Electroless ickel (luid Resistant) S=Straight Sealed E/R =0 Orientation Description =45 504/6 Y S Heat Shrink oot dapters Designed for use with straight or right angle shrink boots. knurled rear section with a boot groove provides an excellent surface for the boot to grab the metal endbell. vailable with lock wire and drain holes. 504/35 S Extender ack onenvironmental design for use with jacketed cable allows extra space to break out the wires and still provide stain relief clamping to the outside of the cable jacket. KJL LC3 Series 504/ Y Y S Extender ack This E/R shielding, environmentally sealing endbell features a standard style cable clamp with gland seal at the end of and extender style backshell. 504/ Y S Extender ack This E/R shielding, nonenvironmentally sealing endbell features a standard style cable clamp. anding Y Y S anding dapter anding adapters utilize a band of metal that fastens and grounds cable shields to the outside of endbells. This method of terminating shields has advantages in that they typically use tools to tighten trim the bands. These tools make the termination tight, repeatable, reworkable (if you make a mistake just cut the band off and start again) and facilitates service. anding adapters help lower the total applied cost by having simpler designs that have fewer Call parts with uncomplicated assembly procedures. Custom S Custom Designs f the ilitary Standard endbells don t fit your needs, just call us and we will customize an endbell solution to fit you. ost of these customized endbells are typically assembled Call in 4 weeks or sooner! KJL