Two-Pin Connectors

Jan. 6, 2005
The Tru-Lok connectors with 1.5-mm-socket contacts feature an unusual contact system.

The Radsok system is a patented electrical terminal based on a hyperbolicgrid configuration. The cylinders have elongated contactor strips connected in spaced, parallel relationships, twisted into a hyperbolic shape. The hyperbolic configuration ensures a large coaxial, face-to-face engagement area for a low millivolt drop connection with low insertion cycles and off-axis insertions.

The Tru-Lok connectors have a molded-thermoplastic main plug body and secondary latch, with Viton main and wire seals. They work in harsh environments, such as under valve covers, on diesel engines, and other underhood-interconnect applications.

Amphenol Industrial Operations,
40-60 Delaware Ave., Sidney, NY 13838,
(607) 563-5011, www.amphenolindustrial.com

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