Connectors used in aerospace and defense applications are a critical component of modern military and aerospace systems. These connectors are designed to meet the demanding requirements of harsh environments and high-reliability applications, including extreme temperatures, shock and vibration, and exposure to radiation and electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Our high-strength, high-performance connectors used in aerospace and defense applications are widely used in a variety of systems and applications, including avionics, guidance and navigation, communication systems, radar and sensing systems, and weapon systems. They are essential to ensuring the safety, reliability, and performance of critical military and aerospace applications, and are a key component of modern defense systems.
Armel Electronics' aerospace and defense connectors are available in a wide range of types and configurations, including circular, rectangular, and custom-shaped connectors. They are designed to meet strict military and aerospace standards, such as MIL-DTL-38999, MIL-DTL-26482, and MIL-DTL-5015, among others.
These connectors feature high-density contact arrangements, ruggedized construction, and advanced materials and finishes that provide excellent resistance to corrosion and environmental degradation. They may also include specialized features, such as hermetic seals, EMI/RFI shielding, and quick disconnect capabilities, which help to ensure reliable performance in the most challenging conditions.
The printed circuit connectors produced by Armel Electronics have been designed to comply with the highest performance requirements for aircraft, communication, and other electronic systems.
Armel relay sockets are designed to attain high reliability consistent with the most exacting standards and industry specifications. Our relay sockets are available with free floating, precision machined contacts secured within an assortment of different body styles and mounting configurations.
ARMEL stand-off terminals, both standard size and miniature, meet the most exacting demands of various electrical and electronic applications for tie points, insulators, and wire terminuses.