Press Release Summary:
When used with MIL-C-81659B/DSX series (ARINC 404 standard) connectors, size 5 EN4531 Optical Adapter ensures optical contact performance meets and exceeds requirements of the EN4531 standard. It comes in male/female versions for either plug or receptacle DSX connectors and suits standard EN4531 multimode optical contacts. Able to be removed using standard extraction tool, 2-piece adapter aids fiber optic technology upgrades in existing interconnect applications.
Original Press Release:
Radiall Introduces a New Adapter for EN4531 Optical Contacts
For use in the MIL-C-81659B / ARINC 404 / DSX series.
CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Radiall USA, Inc. introduces its new size 5 EN4531 Optical Adapter for existing MIL-C-81659B / DSX series (ARINC 404 standard) connectors.
It is available in both male and female versions for either plug or receptacle DSX connectors. It is suitable for standard EN4531 multimode optical contacts (termini).
With this new adapter, the optical contact performance meets and exceeds the requirements of the EN4531 standard. The two piece adapter can easily be removed using a standard extraction tool for size 5 coaxial contacts. This new size 5 EN4531 Optical Adapter is a key accessory to allow for a fiber optic technology upgrade in existing rack and panel interconnect applications.
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Radiall USA, Inc., 6825 West Galveston Street, Chandler, Arizona 85226
Sales: 480-682-9400 Fax: 480-682-9403
Radiall USA, Inc., Chandler, Arizona, is a global manufacturer of leading edge interconnects solutions. The company offers an extensive range of RF coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, coaxial switches, fiber optic and microwave components, multipin connectors and more. Radiall has sales offices and subsidiaries throughout the world, R&D in the U.S., Europe and China, along with manufacturing facilities strategically located in the U.S., Mexico, India, and China.