Catalogue TV-CTV - MIL-DTL-38999 Series III & derivates

MIL-DTL-38999 Series III EN3645 TV-CTV

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TABLE OF CONTENTS TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS . 6 • General characteristics. 6 • Mechanical characteristics. 7 • Environmental characteristics. 8 • Electrical characteristics. 9 • Insert arrangements. 10 • Coding – Polarization. 15 STANDARD RANGE . 16 TV METALLIC SHELLS . 16 • Aluminium shells presentation. 16 • Bronze shells presentation. 16 • Stainless steel shells presentation. 16 • Overall dimensions. 17 CTV COMPOSITE SHELLS . 20 • Presentation. 20 • Overall dimensions. 20 PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD CONNECTORS . 22 • Panel drilling for composite and metallic receptacles. 22 • Printed circuit board connectors . 23 • Receptacles equipped with size 22D contacts. 24 EXTENDED RANGE . 40 REDUCED FLANGE . 40 STAND OFF RECEPTACLE . 41 TVS-Y/TVS-YN HERMETIC RECEPTACLES . 42 LANYARD RELEASE PLUGS . 44 THRU-BULKHEAD RECECTACLES . 46 RECEPTACLESWITH ENHANCED SEALING . 46 INTEGRATED BACKSHELLS . 47 MIL-DTL-38999 SERIES III OPTICAL CONNECTORS . 47 ACCESSORIES . 48 PROTECTIVE CAPS . 48 • Standard metallic caps. 48 • Rubber caps. 49 BACKSHELLS . 50 OTHER ACCESSORIES . 51 • Dummy receptacles. 51 • Holding support. 51 • Plastic dust caps. 51 • Crimp contacts. 52 • Piggy back grommets. 52 • Sealing plugs. 53 • Dummy contacts . 53 • Standard PC tail contacts. 53 • Reducing ferrules. 54 APPLICATION TOOLS . 55 • Crimping tools. 55 • Insertion and removal tools. 55 HOWTO ORDER . 56 • Standard versions. 56 • Hermetic versions . 58 • Lanyard released plugs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 • Cross references. 62

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ABOUT US

Amphenol Socapex

ABOUT AMPHENOL SOCAPEX

For over 65 years, Amphenol Socapex has been providing rugged and reliable connectors and interconnect solutions to a large base of customers worldwide in the military, aerospace and industrial markets. Our products and solutions,designed for rugged and unique situations involving extreme conditions, provide the innovativeness and flexibility essential to meet the needs and requirements of these demanding sectors. Headquartered in the Technic Valley between Geneva and Mont-Blanc, Amphenol Socapex has 30,000 m 2 of manufacturing capacity. Our in-house molding, machining, screw machining & assembly capabilities within our 2 facilities in France & India give us the ability to manage all types of volume with consistent quality. More info on www.amphenol-socapex.com Amphenol Socapex is part of Amphenol Group.

Thyez (74), France

Manufacturing site in Pune, India

ABOUT AMPHENOL

Amphenol

Founded in 1932, Amphenol is one of the largest manufacturers of interconnect products in the world. The company designs, manufactures, and markets electrical, electronic, and fiber optic connectors, interconnect systems, and coaxial and specialty cables. Amphenol products are engineered and manufactured in the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa and sold by a worldwide sales and marketing organization. Amphenol has a diversified presence as a leader in high growth areas of the interconnect industry and provides solutions for customers in the automotive, broadband, industrial, information technology and data communications, military and aerospace, mobile devices, and mobile networks markets. More info on www.amphenol.com

AMPHENOL SOCAPEX quality & environmental certification AMPHENOL SOCAPEX QUALITY & ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION

Quality certification : ISO 9001 : 2000 Thyez (France) and Pune (India)

Military market quality certification (NATO) : AQAP 2110 Thyez (France)

Aeronautical market quality certification : EN9100 : 2003 Thyez (France) and Pune (India)

Environnemental certification : ISO 14001 (2004) Thyez (France)

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CONNECTOR RANGE & ACCESSORIES

TV METALLIC SHELLS

CTV COMPOSITE SHELLS

STANDARD

REDUCED FLANGE

STAND OFF RECEPTACLE

TVS-Y/TVS-YN HERMETIC RECEPTACLES

BREAKAWAY CONNECTORS

RANGE DERIVATED

THRU-BULKHEAD RECEPTACLES

RECEPTACLES WITH ENHANCED SEALING

INTEGRATED BACKSHELLS

TVOP

STARTOP

MIL-DTL-38999 OPTICAL CONNECTORS

BACKSHELLS

PROTECTIVE CAPS

ACCESSORIES

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TV-CTV CONNECTORS (MIL-DTL-38999 SERIES III/EN3645) • MIL-DTL-38999 series III connectors • EN3645 connectors • Dedicated to harsh environment applications • 9 shell sizes (from 09 to 25) GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Thread coupling • 100% scoop-proof • More than 80 contact arrangements • Intermountable with MIL-DTL-38999 series I AMPHENOL ADDED VALUE

Amphenol goes further the European and American standards by offering an extended range with: • Inserts compatible with quadrax • Grounded connectors with conductive insert for specific use

• Receptacles with reinforced sealing • Hermetic version in Y & N classes • High density inserts (with size 23 contacts) • Filtered versions using tubular or planar technology

MAIN FEATURES SHELL MATERIAL AND PLATING: • Aluminium

PLATING: •

Standard material

Olive drab cadmium

• • •

Nickel

Composite

Lightweight solution up to 70%weight saving Corrosion resistant up to 2000H of salt spray exposure

Passivation

Black zinc nickel

Stainless steel

Firewall capability

Marine bronze

High corrosion resistance Robustness for marine applications

CONTACTS • Standard contacts plated with a minimum of 1.27µm gold • Size 00, 4, 8, 10, 12, 16, 20, 22D, 23 • Signal, power, twinax, coax, quadrax and optical termini Contact protection: interfacial seal ensures sealing around each contact and prevents electrolytic erosion

OTHERS Quick coupling

EMI/RFI protection: •

• Mate and self-lock in a 360° turn of the coupling nut • Anti-decoupling device for high vibration performance

Shell to shell bottoming

Grounding fingers on the plug shell

APPLICATIONS Military and aeronautic applications: battlefield, ground vehicles, aircrafts, communication systems… Advanced industrial applications: high vibration requirements, high density

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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS MECHANICALCHARACTERISTICS

8

1

5

13

9 7

9

12 14

7

10

4

11 6

2

1 Coupling nut

8 Receptacle shell

2 Quick coupling thread

9 Contact retention clips 10 Crimping pin contact 11 Crimping socket contact

3 Ratchet

4 Anti decoupling device

5 Plug shell

12 Interfacial seal 13 Socket insert

6 Spring fingers (EMI)

7 Grommet

14 Pin insert

• Thermoplastic insert • Silicone rubber back insert and interfacial seal • Durability: - 500 cycles

- 1500 cycles with composite connector " CTV " fitted with " H " and " J " contact types

• Shocks: half sine wave of 300 G magnitude during 3ms per EIA364.27 • Sine vibrations: - 60 g from - 55°C to + 175°C (olive drab cadmium finish) - 60 g from - 55°C to +200°C (nickel finish and firewall version) • Random vibrations per EIA364.28: - 1 G 2 / Hz at 175°C olive drab cadmium finish - 1G 2 / Hz at 200°C nickel finish and firewall version - 5G 2 / Hz at ambient • Bending moment

Shell size

Bending moment Nm

MIL-DTL-38999 Series III

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A B C D

09 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25

11.3 33.9 45.2 56.5 67.8 79.1 90.4

E F

G H

101.7 113.0

J

• Contact retention force

Contact Size

23

22D

20

16

12

8

4

Maximum load (N)

44

44

67

111

111

111

150

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ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Salt spray exposure and working temperature:

• Waterproof shells

Shell material

Shell finish

Salt spray exposure per EIA364.26

Class norm

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Operating temperature

Shell to shell Conductivity

mini

maxi

3m Ω 3m Ω

Composite

Electroless Nickel O.D cadmium

2000 H 2000 H

M J F W T - Z

CTV-RF CTV-RW TVS-RF TV-RW

-65°C -65°C -65°C -65°C -65°C -65°C -65°C

+200°C* +175°C +200°C* +175°C +175°C +175°C +175°C

1m Ω 2.5m Ω 2.5m Ω 3m Ω 2.5mΩ

Aluminium Electroless Nickel O.D cadmium

48 H 500 H 500H 96H 500H 500 H 500 H 500 H

Durmalon (Ni-PTFE) Green Zinc Cobalt Black Zinc Nickel

TV-DT TV-RZ TV-ZN TV-DZ

1m Ω 10m Ω

Stainless steel

Nickel —

S K

TVS-RS TVS-RK TVS-RB

-65°C -65°C

+200°C* +200°C*

5m Ω

Bronze

-65°C +200°C*

• Hermetic shells

Operating temperature

Salt spray exposure per EIA364.26

Shell materiel

Shell finish

Class norm

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min

max

Stainless steel

Nickel -

+200°C* +200°C*

48 H 500 H

N Y

TVS-YN TVS-Y

-65°C -65°C

* 175°C maxi only for high-density contact arrangements

• Humidity: per MIL-DTL-38999: § 3.29 • Altitude immersion: according to MIL-DTL-38999 III standard (except hermetics) • Air leakage < 1.10 - 7 cm 3 /s under 1 bar of differential pressure (hermetics only)

• Fluid immersion per EIA364.10: • Hydraulic fluid, per MIL-H-5606 • Turbine fluid, grade JP-8, per MIL-DTL-83133 (NATO TYPE 34) • Lubricating oil, per MIL-L-7808 • Lubricating oil, per MIL-PRF-23699 • Defrosting fluid, per MIL-A-8243 • Cleaning compound, diluted for cleaning, per MIL-PRF-87937 type I alkaline base

• Gasoline, per ASTM-D-4814 • Gasohol, per A-A-52530

• One part isopropyl alcohol, per TT-I-735, grade A or B ; and 3 parts mineral spirits, per A-A-2904, type II, grade A or P-D-680, type I, by volume • Coolant, dielectric fluid, synthetic silicate ester base MIL-PRF- 47220 (Coolanol 25) or equivalent • Hydraulic fluid M2-V Chevron oil ST0145LB0001 or equivalent

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ELECTRICALCHARACTERISTICS

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

• Contact rating - nominal current per contact

Contact size

23 * 1

22 D

20

16

12

8

4

00

Crimp (A)

5 3 3

5 3 3 8

7.5

13 10 10

23 17 17

60

100

230

Hermetic (A)

5

-

- -

- - -

PC Tail (A)

4.5 4.7

40

Resistance

15

2

1.1

0.6

0.26

• Contact resistance

Contact Size

23 * 1

22D

20

16

12

8

4

Resistance (mΩ)

15

8

4.7

2

1.1

0.6

0.26

- at ambiant > 5.10 3 Mohms - at maximum temperature > 10 3 Mohms

• Insulation resistance

• Service rating

Dielectric withstanding voltage (Vrms)

Working voltage

Service

At sea level 34000 meters mated unmated mated unmated mated unmated mated unmated Vrms 15000 meters 21000 meters

Vdc 550 850

M

1300 1800 2300

1300 1800 2300

800

550 600 800

800

350 400 500

800

200 200 200

400 600 900

I

1000 1000

1000 1000

1000 1000

II

1250

• Dimensions of acceptable contacts and cables

Crimp barrel

Acceptable cables

Contact Diameter mm

Contact Size

Outside diameter (mm) Min Average Max

Diameter mm

Depth mm

Gauge AWG Section mm 2

22

24

26

28

23 * 1

0,68

0,88 ± 0,03

3,81

-

-

1.2

0.38

0.22

0.15

0.095

22

24

26

28

22D

0.76

0.88 ± 0.03

3.58

0.76 1.20 1.37

0.38

0.22

0.15

0.095

20

22

24

- - - - - -

20

1

1.19 ± 0.03

5.30

1.02 1.83 2.11

0.60

0.38

0.22

16

18

20

16

1.57

1.70 ± 0.03

5.30

1.68 2.41 2.77

1.34

0.93

0.60

12

14

- -

12

2.36

2.54 ± 0.06

10

2.46 3.20 3.61

3.30

1.94

8

8

3.60

4.6 ± 0.05

10

4.50

-

5.2

8.98 Max acceptable: 10mm 2

4

4

5.70

7.4 ± 0.05

12

7.73

-

8.4

21.10

* 1 High-Density arrangements

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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS INSERT ARRANGEMENTS

23 (high density)

22D 20 16 12

8

4

Contact Size

Front face of male insert. (Only the major keyway is illustrated)

Caption

Available:

 MIL-DTL-38999 Series III / EN3645 insert arrangement reference  TV-CTV insert arrangement  Service class  Number of contacts  Contact sizes

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - -

Coax

- -

- -

DifferentialTwinax

Quadrax

Power contacts Grounded cavity

-

Y Y

Y Y A

Y

Y

09

A

A

5

5

B

A

A B

1

1

6

4

6

4

C

C

B

B

2 3

2 3

- / 09G01

A 35 / 09N35

A 98 / 09N98

    

1 2 3 4 5

A 35 9-35 M 6 22D

A 98 9-98 I 3 20

B 2 11-2 I 2 16

09-94 -

11-12 1 12

11-01** 1 8 Twinax

09-05

09-09

09-35

09-98

M I 2 20 2

N/A

M

I

1

9

6

3

8 Twinax°

23

22D

20

20

Y

11

A

D

A

A

E

A B

D

B

C

B C

    

- / 11N01

B 2 / 11N02

- / 11N04

B 5 / 11N05

- / 11N12

11-01

11-02

11-04

11-05

11-12

I

I

I

II 1

1

2

4

5

8 Twinax ∆

16

20

20

12

Y Y

Y

Y

11

A

1

10

A

F

2

9

G

B

E

B

F

11

E

3

8

13

12

D

C

D

C

4 5 6

7

    

B 35 / 11N35

B 98 / 11N98

B99 / 11N99

11-19

11-35

11-98

11-99

M

I

I

19 23

13

6

7

22D

20

20

Y Y

Y

Y Y

Y

A

1

H

B

13

F

B

A

G

A

A

1

C

B

22

H

B

G

K

J

D

F

2

C

C D E

E

D

C

D

F

E

    

C 4 / 13N04

C 8 / 13N08

- / 13N26

C 35 / 13N35

C 98 / 13N98

13-04

13-08

13-26

13-32

13-35

13-98

I

I

M

M

I

4

8

6 2

32 23

22

10 20

16

20

22D

12

22D

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

A

M

A

L

A

L

B

A

B

L

M

M N

B

K

P

N

K

C

C

15

E

B

R

N

U

C

K

J

T U V

R

T

P

J

D

P

D

S

S

R

D

J

H

D

C

H

E F G

E F G

H

E

G

F

    

D 05 / 15N05

D 15 / 15N15

D 18 / 15N18

D 19 / 15N19

15-04

15-05

15-15

15-18

15-19

I

M

I

I

I

4

5

14 20

1

18 20

19 20

12

16

16

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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS INSERT ARRANGEMENTS

23 (high density)

22D 20 16 12

8

4

Contact Size

Front face of male insert. (Only the major keyway is illustrated)

Caption

Available:

 MIL-DTL-38999 Series III / EN3645 insert arrangement reference  TV-CTV insert arrangement  Service class  Number of contacts  Contact sizes

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - -

Coax

- -

- -

DifferentialTwinax

Quadrax

Power contacts Grounded cavity

-

Y

Y

1 2

1

3

13 14

K

15

4

L

A

J

23 24 25

31

16

B

12

22

15

5 6

17

C

H

21

M

18

11

7

D

20 19

G

8

F

E

10

9

    

D 35 / 15N35

D 97 / 15N97

15-25**

15-35

15-55

15-97

M

M

I

22

3

37

55 23

8

4

22D

16

22D

20

16

Y Y

Y Y

Y

1

R

A

A

A

A

1

P

B

14 15 16

E

A

S

G

2 3

T

C

N

b c

D

a

B

B

U

4

13

B

D E

D

17

H

17

M

Z

6

C

F

5 6 7

12

V

F

D

L

W

10

C

11

Y

B

X

F G H J

C

E

K

D

30

9

8

C

11

    

E 2 / 17N02

E 6 / 17N06

E 8 / 17N08

- / 17N20 17-20**

- / 17N22

E 26 / 17N26

17-02

17-06

17-08

17-22

17-26

M

I

II 8

M

M

I

38

1

6

16

4

2

2

26 20

Y

Y

Y

22D 8Twinax°

12

16

22D

12

12 Coax 8 Twinax ∆

Y













Y

Q

Y

Y

Q

Q





Y

Q

Y

J

J

J

A

A

A

J

17

A

R

A

32

17

10 17

R

R

A

A

32

32

H

H

H

10

10

40

B

P

17

40

40

B

B

R

A

P

P

32

25

H

25

25

10

40

B

P

S

T

4

25

S

T

S

T

47

4

4

K

A

A

47

47

B

B

C

K

K

A

A

A

A

C

C

N

S

T

N

B N

4

47

K

1

53

A

A Y

C

1

1

53

53

N

G

Z

1

53

G

G

U

Z

Z

Y

17

U

U

M Y

D

M D

D

G

Z

U

Y

D

M

M

L

L

L

C

C

L

C

E

V

E

E

V

V

X

L

X

X

E

V

L

L

X

3

55

L

3

3

55

55

F

F

F

3

55

F

B

B

B

B

B

B

9

B

B

D

9

9

F G H

D

D

F G H

W F G H

9

K

D

F G H

K

K

K

E

W

W

E

E

52

W

E

52

52

52

16

16

16

46 39

16

J

46 39

46 39

46 39

J

J

J

24 31

24 31

24 31

24 31

E 35 17-35 M 55 22D

E 99 / 17N99 E 99 17-99 I 21 2 20 16 E 9 17-99 I 21 2 20 16 17-99 I

17-35 E 35 17-35 M 55 22D M 55

E 99 17-99 I 21 2 20 16

F 11 19-11 II

F 11 19-11 II

     E 35 17-35 M 55 22D

2 E 35 17-35 M 55 22D

E 99 17-99 I 21 2 20 16

- / 17N75 17-75 2 8 T inax F 1 19-11 II 11 16 17-75 M 8 Twinax°

F 11 19- 1 II

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

1 2 3 4 5

E 35 / 17N35

17-75 2 8 Twinax

17-52 2 8

2 17-75 2 8 Twinax

17-52 2 8

17-52 17-75 2 8 Twinax

17-52 2 8

73 23 17-52 2 8

17-73

11 16

11 16

11 16

21 20

2

8 Quadrax (meets 17-82 Boeing spec) (Meets 17-82 Boeing Spec)

16

22D (Meets 17-82 Boeing Spec)

(Meets 17-82 Boeing Spec)

(Meets 17-82 Boeing Spec)

Y

Y

R

A

S

A

A B

M

A

S T

R

J

A

B

P

B

R

N

B

S

U

T

P

L

R

A

d

C

H

d

U

V

B

P

e

C

P

K

C

N

c

C

N

c

S

T

e

B

K

A

C

D

T U

W

N

V

T S P R

N

M

D

D

G

Z

b

U

19

Y

b

D

M

X

g

f

M

Z

E

E

L

L

J

C

M

W X Y Z

a

E

D

E

V

a

Y

L

X

L

F G H J K

K

H

F

F

L

B

F G H J

H

D

K

F G H J

K

E F G

J

W

E

G

E 99 17-99 I 21 2 20 16

19-11 F 1 19-11 II

    

F 11 / 19N11

- / 19N17

F 18

-75

19-17

19-18

19-28

19-30

II 11 16

M

M

I

I

11 16

10 1 4

2

14

4

26 20

2

29 20

1

16

16

nax

22D 8 Twinax°

22D 20 16 8 Twinax ∆

Y

Y

34

43

S T

V

A

A

51

R

U f

W

4 10 17 25

58

e j

B

C B

V

U

C

d

P

64

1

W

D E

N

h

g

g

c

2

65

19

X

M

h

3

66

b

Y

N

K E

F

S

L

Z

a

9

G H J K

16 24 33

57 63

R

M

50

42

   

- / 19N31

F 32 / 19N32

F 35 / 19N35

19-31

19-32

19-35

19-88

M

I

M

I

2

1

12

32 20

66

88 23

 8 Coax

12

22D

22D

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INSERT ARRANGEMENTS

23 (high density)

22D 20 16 12

8

4

Contact Size

 MIL-DTL-38999 Series III / EN3645 insert arrangement reference  TV-CTV insert arrangement  Service class  Number of contacts  Contact sizes Front face of male insert. (Only the major keyway is illustrated)

Caption

Available:

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - -

Coax

- -

- -

DifferentialTwinax

Quadrax

Power contacts Grounded cavity

-

Y

Y

Y

1

J

A

M

V W

A

L

B

L

A

B

U

A

X

31

Y

j

C

51

Y

C

T

K

K

i

H

k

B

M

P N

D

W

B

S

Z

V

S

r

m

R

h

K

a

E

J

N

G

79

21

C

g

C

F

R

21

q

n

b

L

G

71

f

P

S

U

R

61

c

P

p

T

N

D

H

D

e

D

J

H

d

F

41

E

E

J

11

K L M

H G F

G

E

F

    

G 11 / 21N11

G 16 / 21N16

- / 21N20

G 35 / 21N35

G 39 / 21N39

21-11

21-16

21-AJ

21-35

21-39

I

II

M

M

I

11 12

16 16

18 20

2

79

37 2 20 16

8 twinax°

22D

Q

Y

A B

A

Y

V W

j

C

X k

U

Y

D

D

T

i

s

Z

A

B

D

E

m

h

S

t

a

r

21

F

n

g

R

C

b

p

q

G

C

B

c

P

f

d

e

H J K L M

N

    

G 41 / 21N41

G 75 / 21N75

21-41

21-48

21-75

21-121

I

M

M

41 20

4

4

121

8 power

8 coax or 8 twinax*°

23 Y Y

Y

Q

Quadrax not available

Y

46

N

16 25 35

56 67 77

A

A

A

8

86

M

P

B

1

94

K

B

W

B

2

E

R

95

L

3

F

C

96

X

P

L

4

J

C

V

97

5

S

23

K

98 99

N

M

D

C

6

D

100

H

D

U

T

7

J

E

G

E

93 85 76

F

55 66 45 34 24 15

H

F

G

    

- / 23N06

H 21 / 23N21

H 35 / 23N35

23-06

23-14

23-21

23-35

M

I

II

M

6

14 12

21 16

100 22D

8 twinax°

Y Y

Y

A B

U V

25

S T

A

1 2 3

n

T

W

C

22 23 24 44 43

R

B

n

U q

p

m

X

21

26

S

p

P

m

V

C

q

k

Y

27

4

20

k h g

AA GG FF

W

D

52 45 46 51 53 47 50 49 48

R

f g h x y z AA FF GG w

r

BB

28

42

5

D

N

BB HH EE

r s t

19

z y x e

j

Z

CC DD

41

CC DD

X Y Z

29

E

6

s t

HH

N P

E F

M

F a b c

i

40

30

EE

L

31

d u

18

39

23

7

f

w

u b

v

17

c v

15 38

a

8

32

G

M

d

16

33

37

9 10 11 12

G

K

e

34

14 13 36

H

L

J

H

K

35

J

    

H 53 / 23N53

- / 23N54

H 55 / 23N55

23-53

23-54

23-55

23-151

I

M

I

53 20

40

9

4

55 20

151

23

22D

16

12

Tri-Start™ TV-CTV

12

Amphenol

Tri-Start™ TV-CTV

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

INSERT ARRANGEMENTS

23 (high density)

22D 20 16 12

8

4

Contact Size

Front face of male insert. (Only the major keyway is illustrated)

Caption

Available:

 MIL-DTL-38999 Series III / EN3645 insert arrangement reference  TV-CTV insert arrangement  Service class  Number of contacts  Contact sizes

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - - - -

- - -

Coax

- -

- -

DifferentialTwinax

Quadrax

Power contacts Grounded cavity

-

Y

A B

37

Z

29

64

A

A

22

72

Y

a

C

H

b

G

16

79

w

X

D

46

c

v

7

85

x

B

E

GG

W

u

d

1

94

24

74

G

HH

y

H

B

FF

t

18

32 41

e

81

F

V

59 67

LL

JJ

R

EE

z

F

s

f

G

U

KK

7

r

DD

60 68 82 76

g

H

25

T

AA

C

33 42

19

q

26

CC

h

F

J

BB

C

S

6

99

p

k

53

E

R

K

n

m

15

93

D

E

21 28

L

78 84

M N P

D

36

    

J 4 / 25N04

J 7 / 25N07

J 8 / 25N08

J 11 / 25N11

25-04

25-07

25-08

25-11

25-1A

I

M

M

N

I

48 20

8

97

2

8

2

9

4

4

16

22D 8 Twinax°

8 twinax ∆

20

10 power

16

4 power

Y

A

U

B

1

S

A

M

P

A

A

T

B

C

12

R

B

B

2

N

a

V

C

11

R

b c d

P

13

N

L

P

C

S

D

S

Z

3

T

C

D

14

Y

20

5

s r q

M

e

18

19

R

E

N

Y

Z a

U

4

1

V

w

10

D

t

4

E

K

U

R

D

f

24

25

21

Z

p

W

v u g

X

T

M

n

F

P

F

7

6

25

22

17

23

15

L

E

m

h k

3

2

V

X

N

G

9

T

S

E

U

W

5

J

W

L

16

Y

X

G

K

V

F

M

6

H

H

8

F

J

G

L

K

H

J

K

7

G

J

H

    

- / 25L17

J 19 / 25N19

J 20 / 25N20

J 24 / 25N24

- / 25N26

25-17

25-19

25-20

25-24

25-26

M

I

N

I

I

36

6

19 12

10 13

3

4

12 16

12 12

16 20

5

4

22D 8 twinax°

20 16 8 twinax° 12 coax

12 8 coax

Y

Quadrax not available

Y

59

A

A

Y Z n

A

P

71

48

U

A

B

B

X

15

36

82

105

B

25

94

R

p

a

Y

C

N

B

8

V

W

115

T

C

R

g

Z

d e

S

T

122

P

D

1

C

X

S

W

V

C

h

m

w

q

b

f

D

S

n

c

M

p

f

U

b

E

g

m

X

U

q

T

k

D

N

e

p q

R

D

E

k

v

x

r

c

r

W

r s t

125

c

a

F

L

V

4

a

f

d

T

E

h

k

Y

P

d

F

M

h

u

t

s

d

25

m

E

G

j

i

S

W

Z

F

c

N

e

Z

n

K

L

7

H

G

R

F

128

Y

X

b

V

U

a

b

M

P

J

121

14

K

g

f e

H

G

G

114

K

24

J

N

L

104

35

58

J

J

81

H

L

K

H

M

93

47

J 43 / 25N43 Amphenol Aerospace 25-43

70

J 35 / 25N35 MIL-DTL-38999, Series I LJT, II JT, III TV Insert Arrangements J 37 / 25N37 25-35 25-37 25-41

    

J 29 / 25N29

25-29

I

M

I

I

I

29 16

128 22D

37 16

22 3 11 2

3

23 20

20 16

Front face of pin inserts illustrated

22D 20 16 12 coax 8 twinax°

ce of pin inserts illustrated

Y Y

Quadrax not available

A

8

1

46 24

W

V W

A

27 26

1

2

A

b

A

Y Z a Z

13

79 67

B

3

u

t

B

X

V

B

28

38 39 40

29

25

4

a

t

X Y

X

U

B

90

b

36

5

57

c

u

v

u

s

30

C

24

5

Y

C

37 50 51 41 42 43

v

c

s

u

X

Y

D

A

C

T

U

C

31

t

W

23

36

6

GG HH

w

r

t

GG HH

d

D

d

98

AA

Z

1

r

W

v

AA

v

Z

w

63 62 61

53 52

54

32

D

s

7

2

FF NN

D

D

T

e

x

FF

7

q

22

JJ

S

NN PP

V

JJ

s

E

a

e

q

a

U U V

x

PP KK

64

q r

E

55

60

66

KK y

S

EE

DD EE

E

E

20 21

f

8

p

MM

z

44

b

y F

r

f g

R

2

p

b

99

LL MM LL

9

w

z

59

65

56

g

n

49

G

F

q

z

F

c

DD

6

3

33

w

R

F

z H

T

n

c

T

25

P

BB

35

m

AA

p

19

p

10

h

58

57

h

C

B

d

CC CC m

m

G

AA

d

P

G

S

y

3

G

x

48

45

S

i

n

N

k

J

18

11

k

y

x

n

BB jk

I

e

47

e f g h

R R

46

H

H J K LM

N

12

H J K Shell Size & Insert Arrg. for: Series II JT f Series I LJT Series III TV Service Rating

17

4

101

m

P

J

K

h

M

L M N

g

J K L

13

16

k

34

P

12

5

4

89 97

14

15

23

L

35 45

M N

56 66 78

24-61

    

J 46 / 25N46

J 61 / 25N61 25-61

25-46

25-61

25-92**

25-187

25-F4

25-61

25-62

25-90

25-F4

I

I

I

Size 22D=M, Balance =I

I

I

M

Size 22D=M, Balance =I

61 20

8

4 8

40 4

2

49

13 4

Number of Contacts

40 20

4

2

61 20

92

9

187

49

13 4 22D 16 12

16

20 16 8 Twinax

16 8 coax Contact Size

22D

16

23

22D 16 12

* Military P/N delivered with 8 twinax and proprietary P/N delivered with size 8 coaxial contacts for RG 180 and RG 195 wire. ** Not available in composite version. Y Available in hermetic version. Delivered with twinax contacts for simple braid cable (M17/1760002, AECMA Pr EN 3375 - 003, Raychem 10612, EPD44690, EPD44691). Δ Delivered with twinax contacts for double braid cable (PAN 6421, AECMA Pr EN 3375 - 004, Raychem 10613, EPD44692, EPD44693). MIL-DTL-38999, Series III TV Special Insert Arrangements

1

A

J

A

J

2

9

10

B

H

23 24 25

11 12

Tri-Start™ TV-CTV

13

H

K

B

16

A

1 23

26 27 28

22

13

32

13 14 15

3

8

3 2 1

31

21

G

14

C

13

14

4

M

L

D

A

30

15

20

B

D

15

4

G

C

23

Amphenol

Tri-Start™ TV-CTV

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS INSERT ARRANGEMENTS

Grounded insert availability**

Number and size of contacts

Total number of contacts

Quadrax available

Arrangements Service Class

8 triax or twinax

10 power

8 power 8 coax

4 power P

23 22D 20 16 12 12 coax

S X

09-05* 09-09 09-35 09-94 09-98 11-01 11-02 11-04 11-05 11-12 11-19 11-35 11-98 11-99 13-04 13-08 13-26 13-32 13-35 13-98 15-04 15-05 15-15 15-18 15-19 15-25 15-35 15-55 15-97 17-02 17-06 17-08 17-20 17-22 17-26 17-35 17-52 17-73 17-75 17-99 19-11 19-17 19-18 19-28 19-30 19-31 19-32 19-35 19-88 21-11 21-16 21-AJ 21-35 21-39 21-41 21-48 21-75 O 21-121

N/A 1

1

X

X

9

9

M 6 M 2

6

2 3

I

3 1 2 4 5 1

1

X

I I I

2

X

X

4 5

II

1

19

19

M 13

13

I I I I

6 7 4 8

6 7

4

X

8

M 8

6

2

32

32

M 22

22

I I

10

10

4 5

4

II

5

X

I I I

15 18 19

14 1

18 19

M 25 M 37

22 37

3

55 12

55

I

8 4

M 39

38

1

X

I

6 8

6

X X

II

8

X

M 20

16

4

4

2

2

X

X

X

I

26

26

M 55

55

1

2

X

X

X

73

73

M 2

2

X

I

23 11

21 2

II

11

X

X

M 17 M 18

10 1 4

2 4

X X

14

I I

28 30

26 2 29 1

M 15

12

1

2

X

I

32

32

M 66

66

88 11 16

88

I

11

II

16

X

M 20 M 79

18

2

X

79

I I

39 41

37 2

41

4

4

M 4

4 or 4

X

X

X

121 121

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Only grounded insert version available High-Density arrangements

*

**

Grounded version (metallic insert for use with coaxial, twinax or quadrax contacts, for receptacle only) . 21-75 delivered with TWINAX contacts when ordered under the Mil P/N

O

For CTV : 15-25& 17-20 arrangements not available

Tri-Start™ TV-CTV

14

Amphenol

Tri-Start™ TV-CTV

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

INSERT ARRANGEMENTS

Grounded insert availability**

Number and size of contacts

Total number of contacts

Quadrax available

8 triax or twinax

Arrangements Service Class

10 power

8 power 8 coax

4 power P S

23 22D 20 16 12 12 coax

23-06 23-14 23-21 23-35 23-53 23-54 23-55

M 6

6

X

X

X

I

14 21

14

II

21

X

X

M 100

100

I

53

53

M 53

40

9 4

I

55

55

23-151 25-04 25-07 25-08 25-11 25-1A 25-17 25-19 25-20 25-24 25-26 25-29 25-35 25-37 25-41 25-43 25-46 25-61 25-92 25-187

151 151

I

56

48 8

M 99 M 8

97

2 8

X X

X

X

N

11

2

9

8

4

4

M 42

36

6

X

I

19 30 24 25 29 37 41 43 46 61

19

X

N

10 13

4*

3

X

I I I I I I I I

12 12

16

5

4

29

X

M 128

128

37

22

3 11 23 20 40 4

2*

3

2

X

61

M 101

92

9

187 187

25-F4

M 66

49

13 4

Grounded version (metallic insert for use with coaxial, twinax or quadraxcontacts, for receptacle only) . High-Density arrangements

Legend: **

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

CODING - POLARIZATION

To avoid cross-plugging problems in applications requiring the use of more than one MIL-DTL-38999 III connector of the same size, alternate key-rotations are available as indicated in the accompa- nying chart. As shown in the diagram below, the secondary keys rotate clockwise from the major one.

Coding identification letter

AR° or AP° BSC

BR° or BP° BSC

CR° or CP° BSC

DR° or DP° BSC

Shell size

N A B C D N A B C D N A B C D N A B C D E E E

105 102

140 132 118 140 155 131 141 156 145 156 146 141 142 170 169 140 145 153 142 170 169 140 145 153

215 248 230 205 234 197 208 182 195 220 176 184 196 200 200 200 180 197 196 200 200 200 180 197

265 320 312 275 304 240 236 292 252 255 298 242 293 310 244 257 280 272 293 310 244 257 280 272

80 35 64 91 95

9

In the reference system, the polarizationis shown by the letters N, A, B, C, D or E.

113

11 13 and 15

90 53

119

51 80

135

17 and 19

49 66 62 79 80 49 66 62 79

135

21 23 and 25

E

Tri-Start™ TV-CTV

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