Keeping Passengers connected with in-flight comfort and convenience requires secure, reliable cable and electrical interconnects. The broad range of TE’s interconnection solutions boost the performance of any cabin requirements for flexible in-flight entertainment, web access, automated galley systems, and high-speed networking. TE provides interconnect solutions based on BAC, EN, ARINC, standards and support high bandwidth requirements to achieve the right combination of performance, flexibility, lighter weight, space-saving designs, and easy installation.
Custom Designed Multicore Cable
Custom multicore cables are unique designs manufactured against specific customer needs for functionality and performance for aerospace, military ground systems and marine applications.
CeeLok FAS-T Connectors
TE’s CeeLok FAS-T connector was designed to perform in some of the most extreme environments in the industry, while providing substantial size and weight savings in small form factor shell sizes. The T-shaped noise-cancelling contact configuration minimizes crosstalk.
Next Gen ARINC 600 Receptacle Connectors
TE has developed a Next Generation ARINC 600 receptacle connector that offers the “perfect solution” for avionics manufacturers seeking reduced cost and weight savings.
Quadrax Cables and Connectors
A multi-signal contact system consisting of two differential pairs (for matched impedance) used with quadraxial Ethernet and Fibre Channel cables. Available in shell size 8 (keyed); 24 AWG pin and socket contacts, Hex Crimp version as well as pin PCB tail solderable versions.
Rugged Fiber Optic Products
TE ruggedized fiber optics brings the benefits of optical technology to the challenging environments and weight savings demands of aerospace applications.
DEUTSCH DMC-M Series Multicavity EN4165
Standardized in European Standard EN4165, DMC-M connectors provide a modular, flexible, and reliable system. The connectors are available in both multi-cavity and single-module configurations, using the same modules, to provide compact, lightweight connectivity. Today this connector continues to attract new users and applications because of its modularity, space/weight savings and robustness. In addition, it has evolved to include composite housings, aluminum wire capability, fiber optics, higher densities, and shunting configurations.