Adaptor is swedged onto connector and threaded to allow for rear hardware; cable clamps or backshells. Designated by the "072" modification.
Tooling used in automatic machines to crimp stamped and formed contacts.
American wire gauge. The smaller the AWG number, the larger the diameter of the wire. The higher the AWG number, the thinner the wire gauge.
An enclosed plastic piece that attaches to the rear of a connector providing aesthetics, protection, and strain relief.
A modification to the grommet that includes all or selected cavities permanently sealed for unused cavities.
Protective covering designed to fit on the rear of a connector providing aesthetics, protection, and strain relief.
HDB series plugs designed to provide an emergency disconnect. HDB series plugs mate with HD30 series receptacles.
Defines a mounting style of connectors, designed to be inserted into a panel cutout.
A conductive, solid metal shape that is used for distributing electrical current to branches of a circuit.
An enclosed metal device used to provide support to a variety of wire bundles or cable sizes. Threads onto HD30 series where "072" adaptor has been added. Designated by the "059" modification.
A defined hole in the connector grommet and housing into which the contact must fit.
Part of a backshell assembly. Threads onto backshell to secure the wire bundle extending from backshell.
The conductive element in a termination assembly which is crimped onto a wire and mates with a corresponding contact for the purpose of transferring electricity.
The maximum specified amperage to be passed through a contact.
A device used with cylindrical connectors to lock plug and receptacle together by turning.