Lightweight Ground Modules

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Samantha Bergstrom
Marketing Specialist
978-624-3471
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Maxim Tahon
Application Engineer
508-454-706
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Description:

Series I Lightweight Ground Modules are suitable for military, airframe power distribution and grounding system applications. The two-hole flange mount provides a convenient footprint for mounting on airframe or vehicle frames, and provide up to 20 contacts in less than 1 square inch. High altitude operating specifications, low outgassing, and a high degree of salt spray resistance makes the modules suitable for space & near-space applications, as well as shipboard, naval rotorcraft or naval aircraft.

Handout Lightweight Ground Modules

Military Avionics

Sophisticated interconnect systems to deliver greater power and speed to meet the requirements of modern and future flight applications.

Military Communications

Modern soldier kit is evolving to feature heads-up displays, advanced communications equipment, various types of optics, and more. Amphenol connectors are built to keep this gear online and working efficiently in even the harshest environments.

Missiles

Interconnect systems optimized for the extensive data transmissions that take place within modern missiles and guided munition systems during flight. Ruggedized products, optimized for performance and endurance in the world’s harshest environments, and engineered to achieve consistently exceptional performance.

Naval

Interconnect systems designed to meet the stringent electrical and connectivity requirements powering today’s advanced naval surface ships and submarines operating in littoral and deep water applications.

Space

Amphenol connectors in everything from low Earth orbit (LEO) satellites that make advanced communications and our modern digital world possible, to the International Space Station and other spaceborne applications. Amphenol connectors have been relied on for decades to ensure manned and unmanned space vehicles stay online, allowing astronauts and aeronautical agencies to complete their missions operating in the harshest environment known to man.