ODU Introduces Connectors For Military Applications

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ODU Introduces Connectors For Military Applications
ODU AMC High-Density

ODU has introduced its high speed connector solutions for Harsh Environment including Military Applications as a part of the ODU AMC High-Density portfolio to the US market.

ODU AMC High-Density, an advanced miniature connector solution, used in soldier communications and future soldier systems that require significant weight and space reduction such as field radios, portable computers, night vision, digital scopes, UAVs and airborne vehicles.

The ODU AMC High-Density connector series offer high performance data transmission, high reliability and easy handling, the company announced Tuesday.

The product portfolio includes a USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and an HDMI option.

The ODU AMC High-Density is in shell diameters as small as 10mm up to 18.5mm and provides as many as 40 contacts.

The ODU AMC High-Density includes numerous high density signal configurations and tailored versions for power ( up to 15A) and data transfer ( USB 3.0 with 5A power) in a very compact package.

The shells are keyed and color-coded to ensure reliable and simple handling. Other product features include watertight protection class IP 68, 5000 mating cycles durability, a Break-Away function for maximum safety, rugged & non-reflective surfaces,  salt spray resistance, high-speed data transfer capability and an operating temperature range of -51° C (-60° F) to +125° C (+257° F).

ODU provides the full suite of complementary products and services including innovative options for cable assembly as well as receptacles with star flex termination, overmolding and turn-key system solutions.

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