What is Mil-Spec Wiring?

What is Mil-Spec Wiring?

Automotive Mil-Spec wiring is derived from the standardized and certificated wiring that is used in Military and Aerospace applications. Actual Military Spec wiring is manufactured under stringent circumstances to ensure robustness, reliability, and pureness in the materials used like the copper inside the wire.

Are Mil-Spec connectors waterproof?

MIL-DTL-22992 (formerly MIL-C-22992) describes multi-contact, heavy duty, quick disconnect, waterproof, electrical plug and receptacle connectors and associated accessories for electronic and electrical power and control circuits. The connectors are rated for -55 to +125 °C.

What is MIL DTL 26482?

Widely used in aerospace applications, TE’s MIL-DTL-26482 Standard Series II bayonet connector is miniature, circular with quick disconnect bayonet coupling. It is also known as DEUTSCH AFD Series Connector, is widely used on applications requiring a general-purpose, miniature cylindrical bayonet connector.

What is a D38999 connector?

MIL-DTL-38999 are miniature, high-density circular QPL and type connectors designed to meet the stringent Mil-Spec requirements set forth by the U.S. Department of Defense. The D38999 connector series come in a variety of coupling options, including bayonet and threaded, as well as in metal or composite construction.

What is mil spec wiring?

Mil Spec Wire & Cable. Mil Spec Wire. MIL Spec wire is the abbreviation for military specification wire. This is the standard used to manufacture specialized wires and cable for the U.S. Department of Defense.

What are Molex cables used for?

Molex cables are primarily used for power-supply units, or to connect power-supply units to hard drives, as with the Molex-to-SATA power cable shown below.

What are the different types of electrical terminals?

Several types of terminals include ring, spade, hook, quick-disconnect, bullet, butt terminals and flagged. Wire terminals are available in insulated and non-insulated.