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  • Product Image - Series 600

    Series 600
    A complete line of subminiature, coaxial, high voltage connectors. The Series 600 is rated at 5 kVDC for reduced atmospheric pressure operation over the temperature range of -55° thru 125°C. Various adapters are available on special order.

    Series 600 SL
    The 600 SL Series receptacles are rated for use only at Sea Level (up to 10,000 ft) atmospheric pressures, but they can be used at double the operating voltage (10 kVDC) of the 600 Series. The 600 SL Series receptacles mate with all 600 Series plugs and cable assemblies.

    Series 610
    The 610 Series has a larger coupling nut and threads than the 600 Series and is recommended for airborne applications or any application where numerous mating operations are required. 600 and 610 Series connectors are not interchangeable and can therefore be used for polarization to prevent cross mating in multiple circuit applications.
    Series 600 and 610 cable assemblies effect an altitude seal through the use of internal seals. This design feature allows the mated assemblies to operate at altitudes up to 70,000 ft with no encapsulation within a temperature range of -55° to 125°C.

    Series 610 SL
    Similar to the 600 SL Series, the 610 SL Series receptacles are rated for use only at Sea Level (up to 10,000 ft) atmospheric pressures, but they can be used at double the operating voltage (10 kVDC) of the 610 Series. The 610 SL Series receptacles mate with all 610 Series plugs and cable assemblies.

    Series 600 SQ "Space Qualified"
    Series 600 SQ "Space Qualified" connectors are designed to operate over a long period of time in the hard vacuum of space. The operating voltage is 5 kVDC at a minimum vacuum of 10 millitorr to deep space.
    Series 600 SQ connectors and cable assemblies are not interchangeable with Series 600 connectors or cable assemblies and should not be used in any application other than one with a minimum vacuum of 10 millitorr or in deep space.

    Operating Temperature
    -55º to 125 ºC

    Voltage Rating
    5 kVDC at 70,000 ft
    10 kVDC at sea level (up to 10,000 ft)

    Current Rating
    5 Amps

    NOTE: While plugs (kits) are available for customer-fabricated cable assemblies, Teledyne Reynolds highly recommends purchasing cable assemblies because of difficulties customers may experience in assembly and testing. Panel connectors require encapsulation at the junction of the terminal and the insulator.

  • Product Image - Series 700

    These high reliability (HI-REL) assemblies, which are intermateable with various LGH™ interfaces, are rated from 10 to 25 kVDC and will operate at altitudes up to 70,000 ft. over a temperature range of -55°C to 125°C. In comparison to the C Series, this series has improved temperature range exposure at altitude operation due to incorporation of annular sealing rings on the plug insulator.

    HI-REL plugs are offered in kit form when customers find it necessary to fabricate cable assemblies. Customers should use silicone rubber or silicone coated FEP cable of a diameter matching the rear insulator hole. Fluorosilicone rubber insulators are available for applications where Coolanol® or other fluids that cause silicone rubber to swell may exist.

    Plastic bodies are used in the HI-REL plug design to captivate the coupling nut and prevent tearing of silicone insulators from overtorque during mating.

    This family of connectors have been widely used for more than 25 years in Military/Aerospace applications. Typical applications are:

    • Electronic Countermeasure Systems (ECM)
    • TWT connections
    • Lasers
    • Airborne high voltage power supplies
    Altitude/Reduced Pressure Rating

    70,000 ft.

    Operating Temperature

    -55 to 125°C

    Current Rating

    2.5, 4, 6, or 10 amps

    LGH™ is a registered trademark of the Whitaker Corporation

  • Product Image - Series C

    In 1997, Reynolds Industries, Inc. acquired the RLA series and other connector product lines from Rowe Industries, Inc. The RLA series has been renamed C series.

    C series high voltage lead assemblies and receptacles are widely used in CRT displays, ECM equipment, power supplies, Radar and almost any application where high voltage components need to be interconnected. The plug end is molded onto a desired length of silicone cable and can be ordered single-ended, double-ended or with shielding.

    • Series C 730
    • Series C 737
    • Series C 720
    • Series C 727
    • Series C 735
    • Series C 740
    • Series C 750


    Temperature Range
    -55 to +95°C

    LGH™ is a registered trademark of the Whitaker Corporation

  • Product Image - Series 521

    The 500, 531, 531 SL, 521 and 521 SL Series of high voltage connectors and cable assemblies are designed to minimize the risk of electrical shock to personnel through the use of recessed contacts. Both the receptacle and plug connectors have recessed contacts positioned to stand-off the rated voltage of each respective series in an unmated condition at sea level.

    In addition to the recessed contact, the connectors also feature a spring finger body design which assures a reliable ground circuit prior to engagement of the center contact; further reducing the risk of electrical shock.

    Operating Temperature Range
    -40° to 85°C

    Series 500
    The 500 Series offers polarization by having two plug and receptacle designs with each pair having either a flush or recessed contact. For example, the plug designed with a flush contact will only mate with the receptacle with a recessed contact.

    Specific Characteristics:
    Voltage Rating : 10 kVDC at sea level
    Test Voltage : 13 kVDC at sea level

    Series 521
    Specific Characteristics:
    Voltage Rating : 25 kVDC at 70,000 ft.
    Unmated Voltage Rating : 20 kVDC at sea level
    Test Voltage : 41 kVDC at 70,000 ft.

    Series 521 SL
    Specific Characteristics:
    Voltage Rating : 20 kVDC at sea level
    Unmated Voltage Rating : 20 kVDC at sea level
    Test Voltage : 28 kVDC at sea level

    Series 531
    Specific Characteristics:
    Voltage Rating : 15 kVDC at 70,000 ft.
    Unmated Voltage Rating : 10 kVDC at sea level
    Test Voltage : 31 kVDC at 70,000 ft.

    Series 531 SL
    Specific Characteristics:
    Voltage Rating : 10 kVDC at sea level
    Unmated Voltage Rating : 10 kVDC at sea level
    Test Voltage : 13 kVDC at sea level

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    Series 31 for Operation at Sea Level
    These reliable coaxial connectors have been in production since 1950. Available as plug connectors, kits and cable assemblies, they mate all series 311 Cond. 1 connectors and adaptors.

    Voltage Rating: 6.5 kVDC

    Series 310 for Operation at 70,000 feet
    A sealed version of the series 31 that mates all series 311 Cond. 1 receptacles and adaptors.

    Voltage Rating: 15 kVDC

    Series 311 for Operation at 70,000 feet
    This series features seals for reduced pressure operation, a shell-to-shell grounding spring finger shield and three polarizing conditions. The bayonet coupling has machined rings to designate polarization by either sight or feel.

    Voltage Rating: 15 kVDC

    Applications : These connectors are widely used in laboratory experiments and field testing of ordnance products.

    Operating Temperature
    -40 to 85 °C

    Current Rating
    10 Amps

  • Product Image - PeeWee-Series

    PeeWee Series
    The PeeWee Series is a family of subminiature, high voltage connectors for use in high voltage applications where dense electronic packaging is required.The PeeWee connector uses a unique method of sealing high voltage at reduced atmospheric pressure, which allows the connector to be rated at 12 kVDC at 70,000 ft with an operating temperature range of -55° to 125°C.

    MODULARIZATION
    By using PeeWee connectors, it is possible to package or re-package a high voltage power supply into multiple modules which can be easily and reliably mated and un-mated with one another.This packaging technique permits the pre-testing of individual modules as they are being manufactured and enables the ability to replace modules or perform routine maintenance in the field when necessary.

    Altitude/Reduced Pressure Rating
    70,000 ft

    Test Voltage
    18 kVDC at 70,000 ft. altitude (simulated)

    Current Rating
    1.6 Amps

  • Product Image - Series SID

    This series of push-on/pull-off, silicone in-ine disconnect (SID) connectors provide a reliable 15 kVDC high voltage connection for use in military, aerospace and high-end industrial applications. The excellent flexibility of the silicone cable makes system cable routing simple and reliable.  A variety of panel connectors are available as well as straight and right angle cable plug assemblies.

    The SID's unique interface sealing system allows these connectors to perform well under vibration, shock, altitude and temperature extremes while also exhibiting excellent partial discharge (corona) characteristics.

    SID assemblies are widely used in:

    • Electronic Countermeasure Systems
    • TWT connections
    • Lasers



    Altitude/Reduced Pressure Rating
    70,000 ft.

    Voltage Rating
    15 kVDC

    Current Rating
    5 Amp

    Temperature Range
    -55° to 95°C

  • Product Image - Century Series

    Century+ Series employs a slightly larger interface seal than the PeeWee Series and and is rated at 18 KVDC.

    While the catalog products are single pin, this series has been widely used in multi-pin special applications for Laser Gyroscopes, Laser Range Finders and TWT interconnections in ECM and Radar high voltage power supplies. Shielded cable assemblies are available.

    Century+ provides both plastic and high alumina ceramic receptacles. Cable assemblies use Ready-to-Bond FEP cable.

  • Product Image - Maxxum Series

    Maxxum is a series of single pin, shielded connectors and cable assemblies rated at 25 KVDC. These connectors are robust in their construction, using stainless steel for the threaded coupling nut and body. This series is ideally suited for use as a high power TWT collector interconnect.

    Maxxum series connectors are used in applications where a tightly shielded assembly is required. The cable assemblies use FEP cable with a double braid crimped directly to the stainless steel body of the connector.

    Both plastic and high alumina ceramic receptacles are available depending on the users hermeticity requirements. EM1 and safety shielding from the cable assembly to the receptacle mounting surface is a feature of both the plastic and ceramic receptacles.

    Maxxum connectors and cable assemblies will operate at their rated voltage at 70,000 feet altitude and over a temperature excursion of -55 to +125 °C.