3STDCY4F06W 4 Position White Female Unseal ECU Connector Automotive

Original Part Number: 3STDCY4F06W

LHE Part Number: 223000420498

Number of Positions: 4

Contact Tab Size Series: 2.3

Size (MM): L:20.8 W:10.7 H:13.6

Seal or Unseal: Unseal


LHE PN: 223000420498
Certification: TUV, IATF16949, ISO14001, ISO9001, CQC, UL, ROHS
MOQ: Most product not have MOQ, Small order can be accepted.
Sample service: Free Samples
Delivery Time: 3-5 Days
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    On the plus side, the copper wrap also prevents potential electromagnetic interference between the spacecraft’s power and telemetry lines.
    Extreme temperatures must also be planned. Clipper will be exposed to temperatures ranging from -235°C to 100°C. “It’s a huge range of designs,” she said. “A lot of materials are not rated for these extremes, so we do a lot of low temperature testing.
    Like all spacecraft, the Clipper is subject to considerable vibration during launch. “Thankfully, many of the materials have been qualified from previous missions,” Perry said. “But if we don’t have that data, we’d have to do a lot of testing to make sure it survives launch.”
    While the completed spacecraft will undergo acoustic and vibration testing prior to launch, APL engineers chose to conduct their own vibration testing only on the seat belts.
    Again, shock is another factor that engineers need to consider. Explosives are required to separate the spacecraft from the rocket. “When separated, the harness will be subjected to a shock load of 6,300 grams at 10,000 Hz.