SEAL3D™


SEAL3D™, our sealed 38999 III adapter connectors, are bulkhead-mount interconnect devices that:

  • Can be designed for most MIL-STD-1560 contact patterns
  • Are configurable to socket/pin, pin/socket, or pin/pin mating faces
  • Feature lighter aluminum shells that are fully sealed to 1x10-6 cc/sec helium leak rate
  • Provide fully sealed performance from -55 °C to 150 °C
  • Meet all applicable requirements of MIL-DTL-38999
  • Are up to 50% lighter than stainless steel sealed feed-thru connectors
FEATURE BENEFIT
Fully sealed to 1x10-6 cc/sec helium leak rate • Meet the requirements of most avionics and bulkhead applications
Bulkhead adapter • Configure to either wall mount or jam nut shells
Interfaces for M38999 • All socket and pin contacts meet mating and performance of M39029
Size 9-25 shells • Select from most MIL-STD-1560 contact patterns for standard or high-density contacts
Double-end triple-start threads • Meets all interface and vibration performance requirements of MIL-DTL-38999

Suggested Applications:

  • Aerospace & military
    • Avionics
    • IFEC
    • Feed thru in aircraft pressure bulkhead or fuselage
    • Environmentally controlled systems
  • Any weight reduction feed-thru application

Product Information Resources

SEAL3D™ Datasheet


Product Categories

Connectors & Accessories

Product Markets

Commercial Aerospace
Military-Defense

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