MIL-DTL-38999 Circular Connector Option
Intercon 1 - A Division of Nortech Systems, Inc. Posted 05/02/2012
The Intercon 1 division of Nortech Systems, Inc. /quotes/zigman/54182/quotes/nls/nsys NSYS +2.14% , a global leader in the supply and manufacturing of machine vision digital and analog video cable and cable assemblies based in the United States, introduces its MIL-DTL-38999 circular connector option for Intercon's Camera Link(R) cable assembly product line.
Intercon 1's new MIL-DTL-38999 connector option provides a rugged bulkhead connection for severe environmental applications. The integration of a 38999 connector into a Camera Link(R) cable assembly allows for the isolation of the camera from the computer, providing protection from harmful elements such as vibration, moisture, salt spray, sand or extreme temperatures.
The MIL-DTL-38999 connector has long been a reliable connector solution for the U.S. military. The integration of the 38999 connector into an Intercon 1 Camera Link(R) cable assembly provides unsurpassed quality and dependability in the most severe environmental applications. 38999-fitted Intercon 1 Camera Link(R) cable assemblies can be found in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), environmental isolation chambers, and where a hermetic seal is required to prevent moisture or gases from wicking through the cable assembly. Multi-position connectors allow for several camera cables to pass through the same bulkhead connection.
About Intercon 1
The Intercon 1 division of Nortech Systems designs and manufactures specialized camera video cables and camera cable assemblies for machine vision technology. Since 1988, Intercon 1 has led the market with sophisticated engineering, specialized tools and creative tactics supporting innovative vision systems. Applications include product verification and testing for medical, electronics, automotive and other industrial customers. While helping develop critical commercial standards, Intercon 1 also remains a conceptual leader within its industry.
The Automated Imaging Association (AIA), as sponsor of the Camera Link(R) committee, owns the U. S. trademark registration for Camera Link(R).