March 16, 2022
Lombard, IL [March 15, 2022] Cinch Connectivity Solutions, a Bel group company and global leader in delivering reliable connectivity solutions, today announced the expansion of the Mil/Aero Circular MD801 Series. The Mil/Aero Circular MD801 is a lightweight, ultraminiature connector with small form factors and high-density capabilities, ideal for aerospace, military, and other harsh environment applications. With the features meeting Military Standard (MIL-SPEC) classifications, this product can also be adapted to accommodate commercial applications. Additional use cases include UAV’s, military vehicle coms, satellite communication systems, military radios, and military display systems.
The new products include the MD801 9-19, MD801 6-7, MD801 8-13, MD801 10-26, and MD801 13-37 models in several finishes, including OD/Cadmium and Electroless nickel.
The connectors are available as plugs or receptacles with standard crimp, solder, and PC Tail terminations for board mount applications. They provide full performance in extreme environments with protection against cross mating and vibration. The shells, available in sizes 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 13, include jam nut receptacle, square flange receptacle and in-line plugs, which are compatible with leading competitive equivalents. Contact arrangements range from 1 to 130.
For more information on the Cinch Mil/Aero Circular MD801 connector series, visit our website at belfuse.com/cinch or download the MD801 catalog.
Cinch is a Bel group company (NASDAQ: BELFA and BELFB). Bel designs, manufactures and markets a broad array of products that include circuit protection, connectors, cable assemblies, discrete components, magnetics and power supplies. The Company serves a global market and operates facilities around the world.
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