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SEACON-SubConn MCIL2F Micro Wet-Con In-Line Connector - 2 Socket Female

SKU: MCIL2F Rate this product

$23.58

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Overview

Applications:

  • Underwater camera and lights (video system)
  • Diver communications
  • ROV systems
  • Submersibles
  • Towed-array cable systems
  • Current meters
  • Animal migration research
  • Food processing equipment

Specifications:

  • Molded Body: Neoprene
  • Contacts: Brass-Gold Plated
  • In-Line Cable: 2 Pin: Neoprene #18 AWG (SO Cable)
  • In-Line Cable Length: 24 Inches (60cm)
  • Open Face Pressure: 10,000 PSI (Approx. 689 Bar) Optional And Needs To Be Specified Dummy Cap Recommended Above 100 PSI
  • Mated Pressure: 10,000 PSI (Approx. 689 Bar)
  • Voltage Rating 2 Pin: 600 VDC
  • Current Rating: 10 Amps Per Contact
  • Insulation Resistance: >200 Megohms @ 300 VDC
  • Contact Resistance: <0.01 Ohms
  • Air Mate: >1,000 Cycles
  • Underwater Mate: >500
  • Operating Temperature: 25° To 140°F (-4° To 60°C)
  • Mates with: MCIL2M and MCBH2M
  • Dummy Connector Mate: MCDC2M
  • Connector Sockets: 2
  • Length 0.75 in.
  • Width: 0.62 in.
Description

SEA CON Micro Wet-Con Series MCIL2F Female 2 Socket In-Line Connector allows for smaller through ports in a pressure vessel and a greater density of conductors in a compact area.This connector is wet-mateable therefore enabling connections to be made underwater, on-deck or in any weather condition.

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  • Is it possible to re-connect underwater at a depth of 100 meters?
    Technically you can mate this connector at full depth rating. However, divers can only dive a certain depth, unless you have an ROV to mate it much deeper. The difficult part is to de-mate the connector underwater for the fact that the pressure keeps the connector mated and virtually impossible for a diver to de-mate. When connected and you try to pull apart underwater, this creates a vacuum which holds the connector mated unless you have enough torque to pull apart. The connector can re-connect at 100M.
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