Connectors with PCB contacts meet MIL-DTL-26482

12th June 2019
Posted By : Staff Reporter
Connectors with PCB contacts meet  MIL-DTL-26482

Lane Electronics has made available the Weald Electronics LMH series of bayonet coupling circular connectors with PCB contacts to allow these robust connectors to be mounted directly to printed circuit boards or flexi circuits. Designed to meet the requirements of MIL-DTL-26482, the LMH connectors are available in two shell styles. One is a fixed/receptacle square flange version (02A), the other is a fixed receptacle (jam nut) single hole mount version with an ‘O’ ring panel seal (07A).

Lane Electronics offers these connectors with size #20 and #16 PCB contacts – sometimes called PCB tail contacts or spill contacts – with termination to PCBs or flex cable by a long tail available in various lengths and diameters.

As well as a wide variety of standard PCB contacts, Lane also offers is also able to provide custom PCB contacts to suit specific applications.

In its different forms, the LMH series comprises nine shell sizes and various styles with contact configurations from 2 to 61. The connector shells are manufactured from aluminium alloy and, as standard they feature a high resistance to corrosion thanks to an olive drab chromate conversion over a Zinc Cobalt, RoHS compliant plating finish. Other finishes including Cadmium, black Zinc Nickel and electroless Nickel are available on request. As well as meeting the requirements of MIL-DTL-26482, the LMH series connectors are manufactured in accordance with IECQ-CECC spec BS/CECC 75201-003.


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