deutsch dcin and dcihn nuclear series connectors

SECURE AND RELIABLE PERFORMANCE IN NUCLEAR K1 AND K2 ZONES

Designed for all K1 and K2 zones in nuclear pressurized water reactors, DEUTSCH DCIN and DCIHN Series Connectors allow secure connection to qualified electrical equipments such as sensors, transmitters, limit switches and sensitive control equipments. DCIN and DCIHN Series Connectors are qualified to meet K1 and K2 zones conditions requirements and test specifications H-M2A-2007-01218-FR.

Product Features

DEUTSCH DCIN and DCIHN Series Connectors

Mechanical Features : 

  • Shell Material : Stainless steel
  • Shell Plating : Passivated
  • Coupling ring Material : Bronze
  • Insert Material DCIN : Ethylene Propylene Copolymer
  • Insert Material DCIHN : Sintered glass insert and Ethylene Propylene Copolymer
  • O’ring Material : Ethylene Propylene Copolymer
  • Contact Type DCIN : Crimp type
  • Insert Material DCIHN : Solder type
  • Contact Plating : Gold
  • Insert contact retention Size16 >11,2daN
  • Insert contact retention Size12 >11,2daN
  • Snap ring retention : Attached to the contact
  • Durability : 50 full coupling and uncoupling cycles
  • Mass : 166 g : DCIN + adapter + straight cable clamp
  • Mass : 187 g : DCIN + adapter + straight adapter for braid termination
  • Vibrations : 200 m/s2 from 10 to 2000 Hz

 

Climatic Features :

  • Temperature : Normal use : - 20°C to + 135°C
  • Temperature : Accidental use : - 55°C to + 175°C
  • Sealing : 560 kPa (5,6 bar) under 156°C
  • Humidity : 100% HR, mated connectors
  • Radiation resistance : 850 kGy (85 Mrad)

 

Electrical Features:

  • Dielectric withstanding voltage : 1500 Vrms 50 Hz
  • Service voltage max. : 600 Vrms 50 Hz
  • Insulation resistance ≥ 5000 MΩ at 25°C and 60% HR
  • Shell metallization resistance (for braid termination) ≤ 20 MΩ under 1 A

K1/K2

conditions qualified

85

Mrad (850 kGy) radiation resistance

Applications

DEUTSCH DCIN and DCIHN Series Connectors
  • high radiation resistance
  • provides reliable support in nuclear incidents and severe vibration
  • Pressurized Water Reactors in K1 zones 
  • secure connection to qualified electrical equipment such as sensors, transmitters, limit switches and sensitive control equipment