Table 1. Threaded Coupled Connector Intermatabilty Cross-Reference
connectors, provided the insert configurations are the
same. Table 1 provides an intermateability cross-
reference from threaded type connectors covered by
NAS1599 to MIL-DTL-26500 and MIL-C-83723 Series
5. The entire assembly process is performed at rear of
connector so that the possibility of damaging critical
interface of connector is greatly reduced. This rear
release feature also permits the removal or installation
of any number of contacts without uncoupling
6. WIRE SEALING. Wire sealing is accomplished by
Figure 1. NAS1599 Threaded Coupled
use of a grommet seal designed to seal against outside
diameter of inserted wire. The outer diameter shall be
within applicable size range.
when ordered as a unit will have sealing plugs enclosed
to equal 15 percent of the number of contacts but not
less than one.
Unwired contacts must have sealing plugs
7. NAS1599 THREADED COUPLED CONNECTOR.
inserts have a resilient face with individual pin barriers
to seal against the bard face socket insert. The resilient
8. Threaded coupled type connectors, NAS1599,
interface seal provides individual contact seals in mated
conform to MIL-DTL-26500 insert configuration, but
condition between each contact and shell.
utilize crimp rear release contacts and hermetic non-
removable solder contacts (Figure 1).
11. SHELL. Shells including mounting flanges are of
one-piece construction and designed to retain their
9. GROMMET SEALING PLUGS. The grommets of
inserts in one position by mechanical means. Each plug
environment resisting connectors are designed to accept
and receptacle has at least one blue color band, which
sealing plugs in accordance with NAS1599 to be used
indicates rear release retention system, and is located
where unwired contacts are placed. The connector
to be readily visible.