Amphenol RF releases rugged connectors for military, public safety, harsh environment applications

DANBURY, Conn., 23 July 2012. Amphenol RF has released a new line of rugged connectors (ARC) for the military, public safety, and other harsh environment applications.  

Amphenol RF’s ARC rugged connectors are IP67 rated and engineered to perform under the harshest conditions. The series is developed to withstand corrosion from natural elements and manmade chemicals providing years of reliable service. The ARC line's superior design and manufacturing techniques allow these jacks and plugs to be submersible and impenetrable to fluids in mated and unmated conditions, even when subjected to extreme changes in temperature and humidity.

The ARC line is available in TNC and Type N cable interfaces with standard and reverse polarity options. Cable jacks and plugs are available in straight, right angle, and bulkhead configurations to fit to various outdoor installation requirements.

Amphenol RF ARC line is manufactured to reduce the total cost of ownership of outdoor installation and maintenance.

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