Why should I worry about counterfeit parts?

Our military, government, and commercial customers count on SEA Wire and Cable, Inc. products to work every time. Whether it is a satellite, airplane, weapon system or security system, our customers trust that our products will achieve their mission. The inclusion of...

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Announcement Regarding AS23053 Dimensional Life Values

To our valued partners: Sumitomo Electric Interconnect Products, Inc. (SEIP), in conjunction with our sister companies, SFP (Japan HQ), SumiPac (Taiwan) and SESP (Germany) have increased the Dimensional Life durations for the AS23053 tubing products that we produce....

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The History of Mil-DTL-26482

The explosive growth of airborne electronic systems in the 1950s demanded high-density connectors with smaller contacts than the size 16 specified in MIL-C-5015. Specification MIL-C-26482 came into being with insert arrangements originally available with sizes 20 and...

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Connector Accessories: ShrinkMate™

ECCO ShrinkMate™ conductive heat shrink provides EMI shielding without the use of solder This proprietary lightweight solution provides electrical continuity, EMI, RFI, and ESD cable shielding, while also enabling electrical connection between various components of...

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What is Isodyne?

What We Make: EMI Spring-Band backshells What is a backshell? A device that attaches to a connector, and transitions from that connector, to a wire bundle or jacketed cable Backshells provide either Strain relief, EMI termination, Environmental sealing, or some...

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What You Should Know About Mil-DTL-5015 Connector

This spec will accommodate larger wire sizes than the other mil- specs. It is typically used in applications where a higher voltage is required. Features a quick threaded coupling. Requires approximately eight turns to fully engage. Although series 1 is inactive for...

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History of the Mil-DTL-5015 Connector

The first military specification which defined all physical and operating parameters of a circular connector, AN9534, appeared on November 1, 1934. This specification was superseded two years later by AN-W-C-591, which was used with various revisions for the duration...

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COVID-19 Statement *** Regularly Updated ***

SEA Wire and Cable’s mission is to take care of our customers, partners, employees, stakeholders and the warfighter one connection at a time. With that in mind, we would like to assure you that SEA has taken extraordinary measures to ensure that your supply chain will...

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What is a Solder Sleeve?

A Solder Sleeve is a dependable and economical solution to wire and cable interconnect and termination requirements. Used for wire-to-wire and cable-to-cable splicing, installing terminals and disconnects, along with other wire, cable, and shield terminations. These...

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