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-This series of underwater electrical connectors has design features superior to other industry standard connectors, whilst remaining compatible and interchangeable with them.
-The 55 SERIES of dry-mate connectors are available in 5 shell sizes
and are manufactured from 316L Stainless Steel as standard, although other materials such as Titanium, Aluminium Bronze and Alloy 625 are also available as options.
-Originally SEACON's well established MINI-CON range was originally developed for the purpose of supplying small diameter, high density and high pressure connectors.
-Dry mateable, this connector series is manufactured from 316 Stainless Steel as standard, although other materials are available upon request
including Titanium and Monel®.
-The inserts are manufactured from GLASS REINFORCED EPOXY (GRE) with copper alloy, gold plated contacts although glass sealed inserts are also available for high pressure applications.
-The MINI-CON series also offers optical and hybrid versions along with PBOF, PBOF-HP (High Pressure), reversed miniature inserts and self wiping miniatures.
Wet-Con and Micro Wet Con
-SEACON's WET-CON connector series was developed to provide inexpensive yet reliable rubber molded connectors that allow the user to make and break connections both on the surface and underwater.
-The small size offers the same flexibility and reliability as our rubber molded connectors, in a light-weight and user friendly model.
-Manufactured using only high quality materials, the WET-CON bulkhead connector's metal shell is produced using DGS 1043 (UK spec) or CA630 per QQ-C-465 as standard, although other materials are available upon request including PEEK (Polyetheretherketone).
-Contacts are gold plated to MIL-G-45204 providing superior corrosion resistance.
-The Micro WET-CON series allows for smaller through ports in a pressure vessel and a greater density of conductors in a compact area