Connector Kits General Information
Amerace® field-installed connector kits have been providing reliable, watertight connections at hundreds of airports throughout the world for more than 30 years.
What Is A Kit?
A kit is a collection of parts used to assemble a connector.
How Do Kits Work?
||All kits use the well-proven interference fit principle to achieve a watertight connection between connectors, and between a connector and a cable.
||To assemble, pins and sockets are crimped to the conductors, and inserted into premolded rubber housings.
||The connectors are now ready to be mated to corresponding connectors to complete the circuit.
Installing and Using a Primary Kit (54Super).
Super Kit? Classic Kit? What's the Difference?
Primary Connections or The Education of H2O Junior.
Installing and Using a Primary Kit (52Super).
Installing and Using a Secondary Connector Kit.
CSA Certificate of Compliance - Underground Cable Splicing Kits.
What Are Kits Made Of?
Amerace® insulating housings are molded from a specialty compounded EPDM rubber that is highly resistant to sunlight and ozone and complies with FAA specification L823 AC 150/5345-26B CHG-2.