Extended Life Products

E.L.P.™ products are tested to rigorous standards which evaluate contact resistance in simulated storage and field conditions. These connectors pass 10 year Mixed Flowing Gas (MFG) and achieve high mating cycles (250 to 2,500).


E.L.P.™ ProductsE.L.P.™ Products

Products tested to rigorous standards which evaluate contact resistance in simulated storage and field conditions.

Features
  • Passed 10 year Mixed Flowing Gas (MFG)
  • High-mating cycles (250 to 2,500)
  • Variety of high-reliability, rugged contact systems
  • Various connector types and pitches available
Series
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  • QSH
  • QTH
  • BSH
  • BTH
  • QSS
  • QTS
  • BSS
  • BTS
  • ERF8
  • ERM8
  • HSEC8-DV
  • HSEC8-RA
  • HSEC8-EM
  • HSEC8-PV
  • QRF8
  • QRM8
  • QSE
  • QTE
  • BSE
  • BTE
  • SEM
  • TEM
  • CLM
  • FTMH
  • SEAF
  • SEAM
  • SFM
  • TFM
  • CLP
  • FLE
  • FTSH
  • SMM
  • TMM
  • CLT
  • TMMH
  • SSM
  • TSM
  • BCS
  • TSW
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