Series 970 PowerTrip® Hermetic Connectors

Series 970 PowerTrip® Hermetic Connectors

Series 970

The George HW Bush is the first US Navy surface ship to use the Series 970 PowerTrip® connector. Series 970 connectors fill the need for a military-grade harsh environment power connector with improved mechanical, environmental and electrical performance. PowerTrip® also delivers reduced size and weight compared to lower-density 5015 type power connectors. Available hermetic versions feature triple-start mating threads, high density insert arrangements and advanced EMI protection. The PowerTrip® connector is ideal for power distribution units, hybrid electric drives, motors, and other high current, high-reliability applications.

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PowerTrip® Hermetic Bulkhead Feedthrough Receptacle with Jam Nut Mounting 970-007

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PowerTrip® Hermetic Bulkhead Feedthrough Receptacle with Jam Nut Mounting

Series 970 PowerTrip™ hermetic feed-thru bulkhead receptacles have pin contacts on one side and socket contacts on the other side. Attach mating plug connectors to both sides. Compression glass hermetic seal. 100% tested to meet helium leak rate of 1 x 10-7 cc/second at 15 psi pressure differential. Pin contact end is iron alloy, socket end is copper alloy with beryllium copper louverband spring. Coupling threads are triple-start ACME type. Contacts are factory-installed and are non-removable. Standard contacts are silver plated, or choose gold-plated contacts for improved corrosion protection in space or petrochemical environments. Fluorosilicone O-ring and face seal provide water resistant sealing. Jam nut rear panel mounting, for panel thicknesses from 1/16 -inch (1.58mm) to ½ inch (12.7mm). 200 PSI maximum pressure rating, bi-directional.

  • 970-007 Feed-Thru Receptacle Connector Dimensions
PowerTrip® Hermetic Bulkhead Feedthrough Receptacle with Square Flange Mounting 970-012

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PowerTrip® Hermetic Bulkhead Feedthrough Receptacle with Square Flange Mounting

Series 970 PowerTrip™ hermetic receptacles feature 316L stainless steel shells and compression glass insulators. Solder cup contacts are nickel-iron alloy and are non-removable. Socket contacts have copper alloy louverband spring for multiple points of electrical contact. Coupling threads are triple-start ACME type. Iron-nickel alloy contacts are silver plated for higher conductivity or gold plated for improved corrosion protection in space or petrochemical environments. Fluorosilicone rubber face seal on pin connector. Stainless steel shells are passivated, or choose nickel plating for improved shell-to-shell conductivity and EMI protection. Hermeticity is 1 X 10-7 cc/sec maximum helium leak rate at one atmosphere pressure differential.

  • 970-012 Hermetic Receptacle Connector Dimensions