These connectors are designed and tested to ensure they can withstand extreme conditions, including exposure to sand, dust, extreme temperatures, humidity, corrosion, solar radiation, shock, vibration, and torque loads. They are thus suitable for applications in the military, security and defense sectors, as well as in agricultural and forestry machinery and equipment.
The ODU AMC® with Break‐Away or Push-Pull function was designed for connections that can be mated or demated in seconds, even under field conditions. While the Break-Away is released quickly by a pull, e.g. to avoid dangerous situations, the Push-Pull locks reliably to prevent unintentional release.
The ODU AMC® High‐Density are robust miniature connectors. They offer high performance transmission, easy handling and high reliability.
The ODU AMC® Easy‐Clean capability of these connector solutions enables high performance and high usability. The unique pin system and the design of the connector respond to all the stringent requirements of the most challenging environments
The ODU AMC® Threaded is particularly suitable for high vibration resistant interlocks with high mating cycles
The ODU AMC® Series T is a field-terminable rugged circular connector with innovative 3 on 1 locking principle. Due to the multiple sealed electrical and mechanical components it even meets requirements of MIL-STD 38999.
The ODU AMC® NP (Nett Power) is the newest addition to the AMC military connector family, tested to MIL-STD-810H with improved power contacts and USB® 2.0 capabilities. The new ODU AMC® Series NP is compatible with open architecture standards such as NATO STANAG 4695, Nett Warrior, and GOSSRA (General Open Structure Architecture).
Cable assembly can be offered as an option with all connectors.
You can find STEP Files and Data Sheets in the ODU Product Finder.
The NATO STANAG 4695 standard ensures that deployed forces can more easily secure power for their mission critical applications.
Through a standardized interface and specifications, power sources from own sources or NATO coalition partners can be used. This reduces logistical efforts and maximizes mission duration and endurance.