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Amphenol SG3106E14S-A7S : CONNECTOR, CIRCULAR, SIZE 14, 7WAY; Connector Type:Circular Industrial; Connector Body Material:Aluminium Alloy; Gender:Plug; Contact Gender:Socket; Connector Mounting:Cable; Connector Shell Size:14; Insert Arrangement:14S-A7; No. of Contacts:7; Contact Material:Copper; Contact Plating:Silver; SVHC:No SVHC (15-Dec-2010); Connector Insert Type:14S-A7; Connector Mounting Orientation:Cable; Connector Type:Socket; Contact Material:Copper Alloy; Contact Plating:Silver; Contact Type:Socket; Housing Type:Straight Plug; Material:Aluminium Alloy; Mounting Type:Straight; No. of Ways:7; Termination Metho...

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This catalog covers Amphenol? MIL-DTL-5015 connectors and MIL-5015 type connectors. MIL-C-5015 has been replaced as follows:

Environmental Classes F and R are updated to and produced in strict accordance to MIL-DTL-5015.

Classes A, C and E are still produced, but are no longer listed on the qualified products listing (QPL).

Amphenol gives the user the largest selection of MS/Standard cylindrical connectors available in the market place.

This catalog is divided into three sections; the first section by service class, a second section by contacts and insert arrangements, and a third section for accessories. Each section is prefixed with an overview to assist the user in determining selections.

Should more information be required concerning the connectors covered in this publication, or if special application needs arise, please contact:

Amphenol Corporation Amphenol Industrial Operations 40-60 Delaware Avenue Sidney, New York 13838-1395 Telephone 607-563-5011

Fax: 607-563-5157 www.amphenol-industrial.com

Now, also offered within the broad family of Amphenol interconnection products is the Amphenol? /Matrix? MIL-DTL-5015* connector series which incorporates rear release crimp contacts. See page 71 for further description and for complete details ask for catalog 12-026.

Also ask for these additional product catalogs:

?Amphenol Industrial Connector Brochure, SL-381, for an overview of the industrial family of connectors.

?Amphenol Catalog SL-100, which provides an overview of all prod- ucts, military and industrial, offered through Amphenol Aerospace.

?Amphenol Amphe-Power? Brochure SL-391, for AC 5015 type con- nectors with RADSOK? high amperage contacts. See reference on page 72.

*Note: MIL-C-5015 is superceded to MIL-DTL-5015 for all Amphenol/Matrix rear release crimp type connectors.

Amphenol Aerospace operates Quality Systems that are Certified to ISO-9001 and AS-9100

by third party Registrars.

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Amphenol? MIL-DTL-5015 and MIL-5015

Type Standard Cylindrical Connectors

MS-A, MS-C

MS-E/F

MS-R

DESIGN CHARACTERISTICS

?Medium to heavy weight cylindrical

?Durable, field-proven design

?Environmental resistant

?Resilient inserts

?Operating voltage to 3000 VAC (RMS) at sea level

?Threaded couplings

?Single key/keyway shell polarization

?Cost effective

CUSTOMER OPTIONS

?Five shell styles

?Nineteen shell sizes

?305 contact arrangements from 1 to 104 circuits

?Solder or crimp contacts, sizes 16-0 accepting 22-0 AWG.

?Coaxial and thermocouple contact options

?Five class designations

?Alternate insert positioning

?Hermetic configurations available

?Zinc alloy plating (cadmium-free) available

MS connectors meet the latest performance require- ments of MIL-DTL-5015. These connectors represent well-proven electrical capability at an acceptable cost for most equipment where durability is important.

MIL-DTL-5015 features threaded couplings and single key/keyway polarization, representing maximum simplic- ity in design. Applications include military ground support equipment, ordnance and shipboard installations.

Amphenol Industrial Operations manufactures five classes of connectors to meet different requirements. Class designations and brief descriptions are listed below.

A – Solid Shell – for general, non-environmental appli- cations.

C – Pressurized – for use on pressurized bulkheads or pressure barriers; limits air leakage regardless of type and class of plug mated with them.

E/F –Environmental Resisting with Strain Relief – designed for applications where the connector will be exposed to moisture, vibration, and rapid changes in pressure and temperature.

R – Lightweight Environmental Resisting – shorter in length and lighter in weight than the E and F classes, the MS-R offers a high degree of reliability under adverse conditions: recommended for new design applications.

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MS/Standard

MS-A and MS-C

wall mounting receptacle

cable connecting plug

box mounting receptacle

straight plug

90 degree plug

MS-A and MS-C

MS-A and MS-C class connectors perform many of the vital functions in powering, testing and ground support systems. Class A applications include communications equipment, computers and shipboard installations where mechanical forces and physical parameters are not sub- ject to extreme or rapid environmental changes.

Class C connectors are most frequently used on pressur- ized bulkheads or pressure barriers at elevated altitudes or maritime applications. Air leakage is limited to one cubic inch per hour at a pressure differential of 30 lbs. per square inch.

Shells:

Shell components are fabricated from high grade alumi- num alloy. Electrically conductive cadmium plate finish with an olive drab chromate after-treat offers corrosion resistance.

Contacts:

Contacts are available in both solder and crimp versions. Pins and sockets are machined from copper alloy with a silver plated finish. Size 16 and 12 socket contacts incor- porate a closed entry design. Refer to pages 49, 67 and 68 for additional contact information.

Inserts:

Inserts are resilient neoprene, offering high dielectric strength, high arc resistance and resistance to vibration. Proprietary design permits pressurization of either pin or socket insert.

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MS/Standard MS3100A or C

wall mounting receptacle

S R

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only. ** Increase Z dimension by .062 for size “0” contact only.

*** Available in proprietary version only.

?+.020 –.030

??±.020

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MS/Standard

MS3101A

cable connecting plug

L

V

Thread

A

Thread

Z

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

**Increase Z dimension by .062 for size “0” contact only.

***Available in proprietary version only.

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MS/Standard MS3102A or C

box mounting receptacle

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only. ** Increase Z dimension by .062 for size “0” contact only.

*** Available in proprietary version only.

?+.020 –.030

??±.020

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MS/Standard

MS3106A straight plug

L J

Z Q

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

All lockwire holes are .045 dia. min.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

**Increase Z dimension by .062 for size “0” contact only.

***Available in proprietary version only.

? +.020 –.030

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MS/Standard

MS3108A

90 degree plug

L

Z J Q

A

Thread

U

W

V

Thread

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

All lockwire holes are .045 dia. min.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS-E/F

wall mounting receptacle

cable connecting plug

box mounting receptacle

straight plug

90 degree plug

MS-E & F

MS Class F connectors satisfy all the performance requirements of MIL-DTL-5015. Class E, environmental is also produced, but is no longer listed on the qualified products listing (QPL). These connectors are recom- mended for conditions where vibration, moisture, pres- sure and/or temperature are extreme. Strain relief is supplied on most shell sizes.

Shells:

Shell components are fabricated from high grade alumi- num alloy. The standard hardware plating is electrically conductive cadmium plated finish with an olive drab chro- mate after-treatment for corrosion resistance. Consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY for other plating options.

Contacts:

Contacts are silver plated copper alloy for maximum cor- rosion resistance, maximum current carrying capacity and low millivolt drop. Size 16 and 12 socket contacts incorporate a closed entry design. Crimp and solder ver- sions are available. Refer to pages 49, 67 and 68 for additional contact information.

Inserts:

Resilient neoprene inserts provide an outstanding mois- ture barrier, high dielectric strength, and resistance to vibration. Either pin or socket insert can be pressurized.

Strain Relief Clamp:

Strain relief clamps minimize tension at the solder well connection and provide a positive mechanical moisture seal. Complete field serviceability is possible with the strain relief clamp.

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MS/Standard

MS3100E/F

wall mounting receptacle

S

L

R

A Thread

K Z

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS3101E/F

cable connecting plug

L

A Thread

XX J

B

Z

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS3102E

box mounting receptacle

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS3106E/F straight plug

Z B

A

Thread

J XX

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

All lockwire holes are .045 dia. min.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS3108E

90 degree plug

L J

Z Q

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS-R

wall mounting receptacle

cable connecting plug

box mounting receptacle

straight plug

MS-R

Specification requirements for greater reliability in a shorter, lighter weight environmental resistant connector led to the design of the MS-R. MS Class R connectors satisfy all the performance requirements of MIL-DTL- 5015.

This low profile assembly was attained by moving the axial compression nut and grommet assembly forward and flush with the rear of the insert. The neoprene grom- met, with its low coefficient of friction, assures easier threading of wire bundles and quicker assembly and ser- viceability of the unit. Molded webs in each wire hole insure a moisture barrier around each wire.

The addition of an “O” ring at the main joint of all MS3106R plugs provide a main joint seal supplementary to the interfacial seal, thus insuring a higher degree of reliability when connector halves from different sources are employed. MS-R types are recommended for new design applications.

Shells:

Shell components are fabricated from high grade alumi- num alloy. All components have the standard electrically conductive cadmium plated finish with an olive drab chro- mate after-treatment for corrosion resistance. Consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY for other plating options.

Contacts:

Contacts are machined from copper alloy for maximum corrosion resistance, maximum current carrying capacity and low millivolt drop. Both crimp and solder versions are available. Refer to pages 49, 67 and 68 for additional contact information.

Inserts:

Resilient neoprene inserts provide an outstanding mois- ture barrier, maximum vibration resistance and high dielectric strength. Either pin or socket insert can be pressurized.

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MS/Standard

MS3100R

wall mounting receptacle

R S H

A

Thread

T Y

4 Holes

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

All lockwire holes are .045 dia. min.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS3101R

cable connecting plug

L

Z J

B

F

A

Thread

Y

Thread

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

All lockwire holes are .045 dia. min.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS3102R

box mounting receptacle

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard

MS3106R straight plug

L

A

Thread

F

Y

To complete order number, see “how to order” pg. 70.

For solder well data, see page 67.

All lockwire holes are .045 dia. min.

* Increase Z dimension by .312 for size “0” contact only.

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MS/Standard contact and

insert arrangements

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MS/Standard insert arrangements

MS/Standard

insert arrangements, cont.

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MS/Standard

special insert arrangements

*Crimp contacts accommodate wire the same size as the contact as well as wire of the next smaller, even size. Arrangements identified with an asterisk (*) are excep-

MS/Standard

insert alternate positioning

To avoid cross-plugging problems in applications requiring the use of more than one connector of the same size and arrangement, alternate rotations are available as indicated in the accompanying charts.

As shown in the diagram below, the front face of the pin insert is rotated within the shell in a clockwise direction from the normal shell key. The socket insert would be rotated counter-clockwise the same number of degrees in respect to the normal shell key.

View looking into front face of pin insert or rear of socket insert.

The following insert arrangements have the same alter- nate insert rotations for W, X, Y and Z, which are:

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

A E A B A

C A D A

D

C B

C B B C B

C

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

E F D A

D A D A E A

C A B D B

C B C B D B B A C

C

* A = Iron; B = Constantan

** A, C = Iron; B, D = Constantan

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

A C A L A

A G B E F B G H B B C

H M F

F C E

C B

F C N G H K B

D A E D A

E D D J

F E

E F A E G H A

H

D A G A

A E G B D I F F I B

D

B

D C C A C B E C C B

C B D

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

A F A A

E B

B B A

D B

C D C C

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

A

K L B G H A A F G A

J P M C C D A H

F J B B

H N D B C B E

G E E D C C

F D

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

A F A F A A C B G A

C B E G B E G B F D G E H F H B

J K

L M N

E D E C

D C D C P R

S D

*A, C, E, G = Iron

B, D, F, H = Constantan

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

A D J A B H A B D A F B

G C E H C

K L G J K C

EC G D

F D

B A C B

F E

D E

H A B K A

A B C D

A J L B

F B E F G H J

G J C

K L M N P Q H P M C

R S T U V

G

E C

G N D

D W X Y Z

F E D F E

A

S A B A

P C D E B

G E F

D C C B

24-22 D 4 8

A

CB

28-3 E 3 8

BA

28-7 D 2 4

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

H J J

A H A

F A N E

M G J G K B G U P K F A

B E B V R G B

F K F M L C W S L H C

L X D

E M

C T I

D E D D C

C

D A A B

B H J K L B L C

E

A G L F K C K M E

M

R M J D

P E

H J G

N F H

G

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

A

E

B

D

C

B F A A C A K

G

D E F B L

C O

H

G J D M

H

E N

J B

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

A B N A A

F A M B

C D E F G L X P R C B C

Y

E G B H J K K W S D D E

Z

V T

J E

D C L M N U F H

H F

O P G G

A

F A A A

F B

D B

E B

E C

CB

DC

C

D

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MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

36

MS/Standard contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

CF

lm

kn

pq

rs

tu

37

Special

contact arrangements

Requirements for more complex circuits prompted Amphenol to provide inserts not covered by the MS draw- ings. Illustrated here and on the following pages are insert layouts which have from one contact (high tension) to the 104 contact insert in shell size 44.

Many of these special inserts are also available in alter- nate keyway arrangements. Please contact Amphenol, Sidney, NY for additional information on special circuit application requirements.

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

E A G J A C A G B B C F A K

D A H L H H B

C F B F C A N M D E B F P L M C

E D K E C

N

B J F D E D H

38

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

39

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

R N A N A N A

P C

A

M P B M P B M P B

N S D T R T R T R

L C L C L C

K D K D K D

M E

BA

40

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

M

41

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

42

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

43

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

44

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

NA

40-70

A

61

16

1

6

2

5

43

45

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

61

43

40-87

D

7

4

N B C

M D

A

LE

H

K F

J

G

46

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

47

Special

contact arrangements

front face of pin insert or rear face of socket insert illustrated

48

Thermocouple contact availability

A complete line of cylindrical connectors containing ther- mocouple insert arrangements is available. The contact layout for a particular arrangement will be found in either the MS/Standard contact arrangement section, pages 26-37, or the Special contact arrangement section, pages 38-48. All thermocouple contact layouts may contain either iron, alumel, chromel, constantan, standard (cop- per) or brass (dummy) contacts. See the thermocouple tabulations on the following pages.

The following abbreviations are used in the contact mate- rial column in the charts that follow. Also, thermocouple contacts are color coded as shown. (This identification is made by means of small dots of stain on the solder well end of the contact).

WIRE WELL DATA

RECOMMENDED WIRE

49

Thermocouple contact arrangements

50

Thermocouple contact arrangements

51

Thermocouple contact arrangements

52

Thermocouple contact arrangements

* Amphenol arrangement

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MS/Standard accessories

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MS/Standard Accessories

MS3057-A style cable clamp,

MS3420 sleeve

The MS3057-A style cable clamp was designed for use with jacketed cable or wires protected by tubing. Both clamping halves float for maximum strain relief. For unjacketed cable or wires, use corresponding MS3420 sleeve. To order clamp with sleeve, add -1 to the 97 - number. Two telescoping sleeves are fur- nished with shells sizes 24 and larger.

V Thread

B

C

A

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MS/Standard Accessories 10-305200 cable clamp,

MS3420( )A sleeve

Included in the design of the 10-305200 clamp are features such as a shorter overall length, greater reduction of close-down diameters by the use of accessory sleeves and waterproofing between the clamp and attaching shells. Finish is cadmium plating per QQ-P-146 type II, class 3 with olive drab chromate after-treatment. This is a suitable replacement clamp for M85049/1.

G

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MS/Standard Accessories 10-350349 cable clamp,

MS3420( )A sleeve

Cable clamp 10-350349 features a reduced close-down diameter, a positive, physical mois- ture barrier, and cadmium olive drab plating with a chromate after-treatment. It has a slightly longer overall length than the 10-305200. This is a suitable replacement clamp for M85049/2.

M

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MS/Standard Accessories 10-74900 series cable clamp

For waterproofing individual connectors, Amphenol offers a simple modification of the M85049/1 cable clamp. This assem- bly incorporates a rubber grommet with holes for individual wires in place of the gland. As the assembly is tightened, the grommet is compressed around each wire, sealing moisture

out. Based on standard MS insert arrangements, 97 different conductor combinations can be waterproofed. This assembly is identified as the 10-749XX (shell size) series and is used with the feed-thru shells on pages 59 and 60.

MS/Standard Accessories thru-bulkhead shells

10-113276-XXX*

For Open Wire Waterproofing

Similar to the 10-37090 shell in con- struction, but substitutes jam nut mounting. The 10-74900 grommet seats against the undercut for mois- ture-proofing between the clamp assembly and the shell.

D

A THD

F

10-37090-XXX*

For Open Wire Waterproofing

A feed-thru shell with an undercut for retention of the grommet in the 10- 74900 series clamp. The undercut is notched to prevent grommet slippage. Mounts to panel with four mounting bolts.

*To complete order number add shell size and suffix number from finish chart below. For example, shell size 12 with an olive drab chromate finish would be 10-113276-123 or 10- 37090-123.

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MS/Standard Accessories thru-bulkhead shells

10-113275-XXX*

For Multi-Conductor Cable

One panel hole will provide mounting surface for this shell. Tightening the mounting nut locks the assembly in place and allows room for attachment of the 10-305200 clamp.

D

A THD

F

10-37093-XXX*

For Multi-Conductor Cable

Designed to accommodate cable entrance through panel wall or bulk- head and provide attachment for 10- 305200 cable clamp. Mounts to panel or wall with four mounting bolts.

*To complete order number add shell size and suffix number from finish chart below. For example, shell size 12 with an olive drab chromate finish would be 10-113275-123 or 10- 37093-123.

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Assembly Instructions

for 10-305200 & 10-74900 cable clamps

The 10-305200 cable clamp and MS3420A sleeve illustrated are used only on the rear of MS-A or C type connectors. The 10-74900 clamp and grommet assembly can only be used on special feed-thru applications involving dummy shells, part numbers 10-37090 and 10-113276.

10-305200 Cable Clamp & MS3420A Sleeve

1.Clamping Nut

2.Tapered Sleeve

3.Gland

4.Reducing or Telescoping Sleeve

10-74900 Clamp and Grommet Assembly

ASSEMBLY

Both clamps are shipped from the factory with lubricant conforming to MIL-G-3278. Remove any dirt or foreign material from components with ethyl alcohol and relubri- cate as outlined under “lubrication.” Place the clamping nut (1) on the wire bundle or cable with the threads facing toward the connector or dummy shell. Position the tapered sleeve (2) on the bundle or cable with the narrow portion toward the clamping nut (1). Next install either the gland (3) used with the 10-305200 clamp or thread each wire through the grommet (3) used with the 10-74900 clamp. Dependent on the application, the wire bundle or cable is fed through the dummy shell, or the wire ends are soldered to the connector contacts. Move the compo- nents forward in the reverse order of preliminary assem- bly. (In applications where grommets (3) are used, seat the grommet against the undercut in the back shell before bringing the tapered sleeve (2) up against it). Insure proper positioning of glands (3) or grommets (3), tapered sleeves (2) and clamping nuts (1). Tighten the clamp using a strap wrench until a metal to metal seat is obtained.

1.Clamping Nut

2.Tapered Sleeve

3.Grommet

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MS/Standard Accessories grommet/sealing plugs

GROMMET 10-408XX-XX*

The Amphenol? grommet provides maximum per- formance when cables are used which have an O.D. equal to the O.D. specified in MIL-W-5086. For waterproof assembly a cable sheath of neoprene base material is required maintaining the O.D. per MIL-W-5086.

C

*To complete grommet order number add the contact arrangement number desired. (See pages 22 and 23 for available insert arrangements). Example: 10-40810-2 is the order number for the grommet used with 10S-2 insert arrangement.

SEALING PLUG MS27488-XX-1 10-405996-XX1

Sealing plugs are used to fill unused holes in multi-holed grommet configurations.

**±.020

.135 +.030 –.025

A

DIA

45?

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MS/Standard Accessories protection caps – plug

PLUG PROTECTION CAP 10-329391-XX*

A THD

C

PLUG PROTECTION CAP 10-229125-XX*

L

A THD

D

C

PLUG PROTECTION CAP MS25042-XXDA*

L

A THD

C

*Protective caps are illustrated with sash chains and are available with beaded chains or without chains. Optional terminations are also available. Consult

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MS/Standard Accessories protection caps – receptacle

RECEPTACLE PROTECTION CAP 10-329392-XX*

A THD

D

C

RECEPTACLE PROTECTION CAP 10-422905-XXX*

L

A THD

B

D

C

RECEPTACLE PROTECTION CAP MS25043-XXDA*

L

A THD

D

C

B

*Protective caps are illustrated with sash chains and are available with beaded chains or without chains. Optional terminations are also available. Consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY when ordering.

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MS/Standard Accessories dust caps

10-70500 RECEPTACLE DUST CAP for external threads

A

10-70506 PLUG DUST CAP for internal threads

B

L2

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MS/Standard Accessories 10-40450, 10-36675 sealing gaskets

C

A

.031 ± .010 PLAIN

.020 ± .004 SHIELDING

A C

The Amphenol? plain flat gasket of synthetic rubber material is provided to take complete advantage of waterproof and pressure sealing features. It is for use with the flange mounted receptacle.

This flat gasket is provided to give the maximum in connector performance. Its special feature is in providing the maximum radio shielding under difficult conditions of high receiver sen- sitivity and low signal strength while retaining the sealing char- acteristics of the plain gasket. This gasket is for use with the flange mounting receptacle.

This gasket is provided for appli- cations where the major require- ment is resistance to the injurious effects of extremely low temperature. Even at tempera- tures as low as –67°F this gas- ket retains its resiliency and will seal a pressure differential of 30 psi.

All dimensions for reference only.

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MS/Standard solder contacts

Machined copper alloy contacts in a full range of sizes, with closed entry socket design in the size 12 and 16 contacts. A heavy silver- plated finish is deposited on all MS style solder contacts for maximum corrosion resistance, maximum current carrying capacity and low milli- volt drop.

MS/STANDARD SOLDER CONTACTS*

* Solder Wells Filled

**Contact ratings as stated are test ratings only. The connector could not with- stand full rated current through all contacts continuously. Please note that the electrical data given is not an establishment of electrical safety factors. This is left entirely in the designer’s hands as he can best determine which peak volt-

age, switching surges, transients, etc. can be expected in a particular circuit.

? The 10SL, 12S, 14S and 16S connectors require short contacts.

TABLE I

CONTACT ARRANGEMENT SERVICE RATING

*The values listed in Table I represent operating values which include a generous safety factor. It may be necessary for some applications to exceed the operating voltages listed here. If this is necessary, designers will find Table II useful for determining the degree to which the recom- mended values of Table I can be exceeded.

TABLE II

ALTITUDE VOLTAGE DERATING** CHART

? Not corrected for changes in density due to variations in temperature.

**No attempt has been made to recommend operating voltages. The designer must determine his own operating voltage by the application of a safety factor to the above derating chart to compensate for cir- cuit transients, surges, etc.

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MS/Standard crimp contacts

Machined from copper alloy and silver-plated for maximum corrosion resistance, with a minimum millivolt drop and a maximum current carrying capacity, the size 16 and 12 socket contacts are of the closed entry design. Crimp contacts are available for all MS insert arrangements and are identified with an Amphenol? proprietary number.

MS/STANDARD CRIMP CONTACTS

* When using wire adapter sleeve shown.

**Contact ratings as stated are test ratings only. The connector could not withstand full rated current through all contacts continuously. Please note that the electrical data given is not an establishment of electrical safety factors. This is left entirely in the designer’s hands as he can best determine which peak voltage, switching surges,

transients, etc. can be expected in a particular circuit.

? The 10SL, 12S, 14S and 16S connectors require short contacts.

TABLE I

CONTACT ARRANGEMENT SERVICE RATING

*The values listed in Table I represent operating values which include a generous safety factor. It may be necessary for some applications to exceed the operating voltages listed here. If this is necessary, designers will find Table II useful for determining the degree to which the recom- mended values of Table I can be exceeded.

TABLE II

ALTITUDE VOLTAGE DERATING** CHART

? Not corrected for changes in density due to variations in temperature.

**No attempt has been made to recommend operating voltages. The designer must determine his own operating voltage by the application of a safety factor to the above derating chart to compensate for circuit transients, surges, etc.

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MS/Standard application tools

When proprietary crimp contacts are employed rather than the standard MS approved solder contacts, the fol- lowing application tools are recommended for use. There is a possibility of additional crimping tools other than those included being available at present or in the future for this specific application.

Complete instructions for providing reliable crimped wire to contact terminations and inserting proprietary crimp contacts in MS/Standard series connectors are available in publication L-757.

TOOLING CHART

*Use Daniels Turret TH29-1 or Astro Tool Co. Turret 616266.

**For appropriate crimp tool and positioner refer to Pico Crimping Tool Co.

? Tool used with Arbor press 11-7364.

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MS/Standard how to order

MIL-DTL-5015 and MIL-5015 Type (Solder Contacts)

1.Connector Type

2.Connector Style

3100 wall mounting receptacle

3101 cable connecting plug

3102 box mounting receptacle

3106 straight plug

3108 90° plug

3.Service Class

A solid shell for general, non-environmental applications C solid shell for pressurized applications

E environmental resisting

F environmental resisting with strain relief (MS part num- ber only)

R lightweight environmental resisting

4., 5.Shell size and insert arrangement - see tables, pages 22–24.

6.Contact Types

P designates pin contact

S designates socket contact

7.Insert Rotation

“W”, “X”, “Y”, or “Z” designate that insert is rotated in its shell from normal position. No letter required for normal

(no rotation) position.

8.(SR) strain relief for non-military connectors (For MS use “F” class)

*For insert arrangements over 50 and shell size 40 and above. Exceptions: 36-52, 40-1, 40-9 and 40-56 are MS approved.

Consult Amphenol, Sidney, NY for availability of alternate finishes, including black and olive drab zinc alloys.

Proprietary (Crimp Contacts)

1.Connector Type

75 – connector utilizing silver plated contacts

80 – less contacts

85 – contacts utilizing 50 micro-inches gold over silver plating

2.Service Class

68 service class A, general duty

474 service class F, environmental resisting

190 service class R, lightweight environmental resisting

3.Connector Style

0 wall mounting receptacle

1 cable connecting plug

2 box mounting receptacle

6 straight plug

8 90° plug

4.Shell Size Designator

5.Insert Arrangements See page 22-24.

6.Contact Type/Alternate Insert Rotation

P designates pin, S designates socket for normal position- ing of inserts. When an alternate position of the connector insert is required to prevent cross-mating, a different letter (other than P or S) is used. See page 25 for description of alternate positions, then convert to Amphenol? proprietary coding by the following charts:

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Additional MS/Standard Connectors offered by Amphenol

MS/Standard MIL-DTL-5015* Connectors with Crimp Rear Release Contacts

Amphenol broadens their MS/Standard family of connectors with the addition of the Matrix? MIL-DTL-5015 crimp rear release series. This series bridges the gap between the old connector standard and the envi- ronmental and high performance needs of current technologies.

Design characteristics of the Amphenol/Matrix 5015 series include:

?MS345( ) series intermateable with existing MIL-DTL-5015 solder or crimp versions on existing equipment

?Captive coupling nut mechanism, utilizes retaining rings in combina- tion with “L” washers to prevent inadvertent disassembly

?Multiple interlock systems ensure permanent insert retention

?Positive control of dielectric separation with guaranteed ease of contact insertion

?Positive contact retention provided by a closely toleranced damage- proof metal retention clip

?Completely sealed against environmental extremes with individual contact seals, interfacial seals between contacts, peripheral gasket shell-to-shell seals and rear wire seals

Customer Options

Amphenol? /Matrix? MS/Standard MIL-C-5015 Connectors with Crimp Rear Release Contacts

?Seven mounting styles, in shell sizes 8 to 48 (consult Amphenol for availability of shell sizes 44 and 48)

?Threaded coupling or self-locking plug (MS3459) with an internal racheting mechanism to prevent unmating due to vibration and shock, eliminating the need for safety wiring

?Proprietary quick disconnect plug, with or without lanyard available

?Classes include aluminum or stainless steel shells, or firewall capability

?MS and Proprietary versions available

?Some styles are supplied to McDonnell Douglas Specification BAN 7025, DC60 Series

?Accommodation of contact sizes 0 to 16

?Over 100 insert arrangement patterns available, accommodating from 1 to a maximum of 85 circuits

?Alternate positioning available; thermocouple contacts available

Ask for Amphenol catalog 12-026 for detailed information.

MIL-5015 Modifications

In order to supplement standard MS shell styles and provide a greater variety of styles for the electrical connector user, there are several MS and MS Modified cylindrical connectors offered by Amphenol. These types include flange mount plugs, thru bulkhead receptacles, jam nut receptacles, connectors for potting and connectors designed specif- ically to terminate jacketed cable.

Ask for Amphenol catalog 12-021 for detailed information.

Ask for Product Data Sheet PDS 187 for detailed information.

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*Note: MIL-DTL-5015 supercedes MIL-C- 5015 for all Amphenol/Matrix rear release crimp type connectors.

The RADSOK design - socket cylinder within female contact has twisted hyperbolic grid.
Provides higher amperage capa- bilities with low insertion force and low temperature rise.

Additional MS/Standard Connectors offered by Amphenol, cont.

Amphe-PowerTM 5015 Connectors

Amphenol offers the AC threaded series derived from the MIL-5015 family that can be enhanced with high amperage RADSOK? contacts. Design characteristics of the Amphe-Power 5015 connectors are:

?The RADSOK contact handles up to 150% higher amperages than standard contacts

?The RADSOK contact has a twisted hyperbolic, stamped grid config- uration within the socket. This design ensures a large, coaxial, face- to-face surface area engagement. As male pin is inserted, axial members in the female half deflect, imparting high current flow across the connection with minimal voltage loss.

?Contact arrangements have RADSOK sockets in sizes 0, 4 and 8 with standard contacts in sizes 16 and 12.

The contacts available in RADSOK and the amperages are as fol- lows:

?Size 8 AWG can handle currents up to 69 amps.

?Size 4 AWG can handle currents up to 120 amps.

?Size 0 AWG can handle currents up to 250 amps.

(For availability of size 12 RADSOK that handles currents up to 35 amps, consult Amphenol.)

?AC threaded 5015 styles include: solid shell for general, non-environmental applications; pressurized style for use on pressurized bulkheads or pressure barriers; environ- mental resisting style with strain relief; lighter weight and shorter environmental resisting style

For more information ask for Amphenol brochure SL-391, Amphe-Power Connectors with RADSOK technology.

MIL-5015 Connectors with PCB Contacts

Box mount receptacle MIL-5015 type connectors can be supplied with PCB tails for mounting to a printed circuit board.

See catalog 12-170, Amphenol Cylindrical Connectors for Printed Circuit Board Applications. This catalog gives the most commonly available and widely used insert patterns for cylindrical connectors with PCB tails, along with pin-out loca- tion diagrams.

Amphe-Power? 5015 Connectors

(AC Threaded 5015 type connectors with RADSOK? high amperage contacts)

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Technical Specifications

Descriptions

element14 APAC

connector, circular, size 14, 7way; connector type:circular industrial; connector body material:aluminium alloy; gender:plug; contact gender:socket; connector mounting:cable; connector shell size:14; insert arrangement:14s-a7; no. of contacts:7; contact material:copper; contact plating:silver; svhc:no svhc (15-dec-2010); connector insert type:14s-a7; connector mounting orientation:cable; connector type:socket; contact material:copper alloy; contact plating:silver; contact type:socket; housing type:straight plug; material:aluminium alloy; mounting type:straight; no. of ways:7; termination method:solder

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Newark

circular connector; connector type:circular; gender:plug; no. of contacts:7; contact termination:solder; contact material:copper; series:sg3106; contact plating:silver; connector shell size:14; contact gender:socket

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er 7c 7#16s skt plug

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