Easy-to-assemble split banding rings expand TE Connectivity’s MIL-SPEC 85049-qualified portfolio

HARRISBURG, Pa. – TE Connectivity of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is expanding its range of qualified products in the MIL-SPEC 85049 range with the introduction of its new split banding rings. TE’s split banding rings help provide grounding or screening protection to cable assemblies in aircraft and military vehicles.

Easy-to-assemble split banding rings expand TE Connectivity’s MIL-SPEC 85049-qualified portfolio
Easy-to-assemble split banding rings expand TE Connectivity’s MIL-SPEC 85049-qualified portfolio
HARRISBURG, Pa. – TE Connectivity of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is expanding its range of qualified products in the MIL-SPEC 85049 range with the introduction of its new split banding rings. TE’s split banding rings help provide grounding or screening protection to cable assemblies in aircraft and military vehicles.

Qualified to MIL-SPEC 85049/93, TE’s split banding rings aid cable protection where braid sock, individual or a combination of screen braids must be terminated away from the backshell. The rings are made from lightweight, rugged plastic that helps reduce weight, and their side-entry construction makes them easy to assemble.

Split banding rings have an operating temperature of minus 65 degrees Celsius to plus 175 C. They can be used with standard TE band straps, SolderSleeve devices and heat shrink molded shapes as required.

For more information on TE’s split banding rings, please visit their product page.

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