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Data connector EPX™ series
for aircraftquadraxrectangular

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data connector
data connector
data connector
data connector
data connector
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for aircraft
Other characteristics
lightweight, modular
Primary current

Min.: 2 A

Max.: 46 A


Standardized by EN4644 European standard, Radiall's EPX™ has been recognized as the leading rectangular modular connector and used in major commercial and business jet aircrafts. EPX™ series is designed to cover any application including disconnect panel, Line Replaceable Module (LRM) and galleys and to meet OEMs' most stringent requirements providing: Flexibility with a broad range of shell styles, one range of inserts, contacts and accessories Space saving with high density inserts and stackable shells Time saving and cost effectiveness with modular parts that enable pre-wiring The EPX™ series is completely modular and expandable with lightweight shells from size 1 to multigang versions. EPX™ inserts will also cover any contact technologies including signal, power, quadrax and fiber optics. EPX™ connectors answer all connecting needs with the use of a limited number of components. To go one step further in cost effectiveness and innovation, Radiall introduced the first range for aerospace of quick mating connectors: QM series that uses EPX™ inserts and contacts. Mechanical Performance: Mating/Unmating: EPX™ Disconnect: 100 cycles EPX™ Rack and Panel: 500 cycles Random Vibration: EPX™ Disconnect: up to 27.8g EPX™ Rack and Panel: up to 16.9g Shocks: EPX™ Disconnect and Rack and Panel: 50g - 3 shocks on each axis Exception: EPXB2 Disconnect: 300g – 3 shocks on each axis Insert retention in shell: 400N (90 lbs) Electrical Performance: Shell to shell conductivity: < 2.5mΩ Dielectric Withstanding Voltage: 1,500 Vrms at sea level


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