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MIL-SPEC Connectors

MIL-SPEC connectors - qualification of Fischer connectors

Our military connectors are engineered to withstand extreme operational environments, such as vibration, shock, rain, humidity, salt fog, sand/dust, or temperature; our military connectors are mostly tested according to IEC standards. See table below for cross-reference of IEC standards versus MIL-SPEC.
 
 

 

Cross-reference of IEC standards versus MIL-SPEC

 

Standards used to test Fischer connectors

MIL-SPEC

MIL-STD

Method

Environmental Tests

Sealing (IP rating)

IEC 60529

-

-

High Temperature

IEC 60068-2-1-Bb

MIL-STD-202

108

Low Temperature

IEC 60068-2-1-Ab

MIL-STD-810

502

Temperature Shocks

IEC 60068-2-14-Na

MIL-STD-202

107

Temperature Cycles

IEC 60068-2-14-Nb

MIL-STD-202

107

Corrosion Resistance

IEC 60068-2-11-Ka

MIL-STD-202

101

Mechanical Tests

Vibration

MIL-STD-202

MIL-STD-202

204

Endurance

IEC 60512-5-9a

MIL-STD-1344 (obsolete)
replaced by EIA-364-09

2016

Mating/Unmating Force

IEC 60512-7-13a

MIL-STD-1344 (obsolete)
replaced by EIA-364-13

2013.1

Electrical Tests

Rated Voltage

IEC 60512-4-1-4a

MIL-STD-202

301

Current Rating

IEC 60512-5-2-5b

-

-

Contact Resistance

IEC 60512-2-1-2a
IEC 60512-2-2-2b

MIL-STD-202

307

Shell Resistance

IEC 60512-2-6-2f

MIL-STD-1344 (obsolete)
replaced by EIA-364-83

3007

Insulation Resistance

IEC 60512-3-1-3a

MIL-STD-202

302

Shielding Effectiveness

IEC 60512-23-3

-

-