MIL-DTL-26482 Series II connectors are widely used on Aero Space, Military, Navy Industrial, Power electronics and commercials requiring general-purpose, miniature cylindrical bayonet coupling connectors. MIL-DTL-26482 Series II conforming to JSS 50814, bayonet coupling, circular, rear-removable crimp contact connectors were designed as an upgrade to MIL-DTL-26482 Series I. Series II connectors are intermountable and interchangeable with both solder and front-release crimp Series I.

MIL-DTL-26482 Series II connectors are offered in 4 receptacle-mounting styles. They include narrow flange wall mounting receptacles, wide flange wall mounting receptacles, cable connecting receptacles and jam nut mounting receptacles which incorporate "O" ring seals, designed for rear panel “D” hole mounting. Plugs are available in two designs, with and without RFI grounding.

Insert arrangements as per MIL-STD-1669 are tooled and qualified to MIL-DTL-26482 Series II, utilizing 2 to 61 M39029 contacts. Contacts come in sizes 20, 16 and 12.

These connectors are available in electroless nickel, and olive drab cadmium. Other finishes such as black anodic ,zinc nickel are available upon request.

Universal I/R Tool - A single, insertion and expendable plastic tool is used for both insertion and removal of contacts.

Insert Polarization - Alternate insert clocking positions aid in mating of adjacent connectors having identical insert arrangement.

Closed-Entry Socket Insert - Hard dielectric socket face has lead-in chamfers to guide and align the pins contacts with sockets.

Interfacial Pin Insert Seal - Raised moisture barriers around each pin, which mate into lead-in chamfers of hard face socket insert, provide individual contact sealing.

Elastomer Wire Sealing Grommet - Sealing over a wide range of wire diameters is assured by a wire seal in each cavity at the rear of the connector.

Superior Contact Stability - The use of beryllium copper clip ensures superior contact retention system captivated by molded-in shoulders of each contact cavity in the insulator.