The QuickFusio series from Radiall has been given two new additions in the form of a banding platform and tie-wrap, and an in-line receptacle.
The tool-less miniature connector series for EWIS (electrical wiring interconnect systems) and cabin interiors now features a banding platform and tie-wrap with a simplified design and no removable parts, helping to prevent the risk of FOD (foreign object damage) and offering a secure and simple rear termination. With only one part, this new version, available for plugs and receptacles, facilitates stock management and ultimately helps to reduce costs. This optimised solution addresses aircraft manufacturers’ needs for compactness, weight savings and easy rear wiring.
The new QuickFusio in-line receptacle provides installation flexibility through a low-profile receptacle fixed on a removable cradle, making installation quicker and easier even when space is limited. Due to the unique clip-on mechanism of the cradle, the pairs can be mated and unmated when the receptacle is still fastened on the secondary harness. Two tie-wraps safely maintain the receptacle and cradle together on the bundle.
Mateable with all other QuickFusio shell types, these new versions provide customers with the opportunity to mix and match connectors according to their needs.
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