The Hermetic Solution Group’s family of hermetic Junior-D connectors (.030″ Contact Pitch) are compatible with lightweight materials like titanium and aluminum as well as conventional iron/nickel alloys. They are used in defense, space, and commercial applications where an extremely rugged and reliable hermetic seal is an absolute requirement. These Junior-D connectors, that incorporate the unique controlled CTE characteristics, chemical bonding properties and polycrystalline structure of Kryoflex® allow the Hermetic Solutions Group to manufacture this part with aluminum, titanium or 304L stainless steel shells and gold-plated beryllium-copper contacts for excellent electrical performance and environmental characteristics. These DC connectors can be produced for both laser-weld and solder-in applications.The Hermetic Solutions Group’s Junior-D connectors are much smaller version of our Mil-Spec Sub-D hermetic connectors and provide a space savings of approximately 70% over a standard Sub-D hermetic connector.
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Junior-D DC Connectors Specifications and Testing Configuration
|Low-Profile Flanged||Low-Profile Not Flanged||Standard Profile Flanged||Standard Profile Double End|
|Specifications||Material Compatibility||Designed for Aluminum, Titanium or Iron/Nickel Alloy applications|
|Contact Material||Beryllium Copper CDA Alloy 172/173|
|Shell Finish Options||Passivated, Nickel/Gold Plated or Chromate Conversion Coated as applicable|
|Contact Finish||Nickel/Gold Plating|
|No. of Contacts||9, 15, 21, 25, 31, 37|
|Opt. Solder Cup||Contact us here|
|Performance||Leak Rate||Less than 1×10-9 cc/sec Helium at 1 atmospheric differential pressure|
|Thermal Cycling||Tested to 500 (minimum) thermal cycles without hermetic performance loss|
|Insulation Resistance||Connectors provide greater than 5,000 Megohms at 300 VDC when tested in IAW MIL-STD-1344, Method 3003|
|Dielectric Withstanding Voltage||Connectors exhibit no evidence of breakdown or flashover when tested in IAW MIL-STD-1344, Method 3003|
|Corrosion Resistance||Connectors meet salt spray test in IAW MIL-STD-1344, Method 3003|
|Operating Temperature||-65°C to 200°C|