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Amp Connector Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial amp connector manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source amp connector manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These amp connector companies can design, engineer and manufacture amp connectors to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these amp connector manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of amp electrical connectors, amp crimp connectors, amp electric terminals.

Leading Companies:

  • Oskaloosa, IA 641-673-5000

    Interpower is a company that is committed to providing industries with high-quality products. We manufacture electronic connectors. We make it easy for customers to design, build and maintain products for worldwide markets. We use teamwork to provide fast turnaround and great service to our customers. Visit our website or call one of our customer service specialists today!

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  • Livermore, CA 800-669-8090

    There are many reasons to choose Quail Electronics. They offer over 25 years of experience, live sales and technical parts, over one million parts in stock, same day shipping, competitive pricing, low minimums and custom designs. For all of your amp connectors and other needs, turn to a company you can depend on. Call today and ask about their custom designed products.

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  • Lancaster, PA 800-818-4916

    Kord King manufactures world class electronic connectors, electric cords and plugs, electrical receptacles, plug adapters, cord sets and much more. From initial design to development, whether you are looking for a cable assembly or a power supply cord, the experienced team at Kord King delivers rapid order turn-around times and excellent products – consistently adhering to our strict quality standards.

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  • Joliet, IL 800-683-7228

    United Universal Industries is a leading manufacturer of North American cord sets. When it comes to amp cords, they have the perfect solution for you. Through relationships with many distributors they are able to supply not only materials they stock in-house, but also products they do not manufacture. Offering competitive pricing on cordage and other distributed products, call today.

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  • Gurnee, IL 847-855-9200

    With more than 30 years of experience, American Industrial Company can manufacture the high quality electronic connectors you need! As an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer, you can count on our commitment to quality. Whether you’re looking for standard or custom connectors, we are confident that we can create the right washer for your applications.

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  • Woodridge, IL 800-578-6695

    Components Express Inc. has been in business since 1992 and is a manufacturer of electrical components. Products include connectors and housings, audio devices, cigarette lighter plugs, fans, fuses, lamps, switches, modular components, RCA jacks and plugs, camera link cables, gigabit ethernet cables, analog cables, firewire cables, and more.

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  • Wake Forest, NC 800-526-2828

    BTC Electronic Components is your source for electronic components as well as electronic connectors, card edge connectors, micro miniature connectors, RF connectors and D subminiature connectors. We provide the assembly and distribution of commercial, aircraft and military connectors.

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Amp Connectors Industry Information

Amp Connectors

An Amp connector, or Amphenol connector, is a distinctive connector used in various areas of electrical engineering. Amp connectors vary in amperage (the strength of an electric current), which determines their application. Amp connectors can be applied to either AC or DC applications and are used as PV array, small power and battery, solar panel array, and sub-array connections, among others.

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Applications of Amp Connectors

Amp connectors were initially designed for use in test and measurement equipment where dependable execution is essential throughout several connect and disconnect cycles. They were typically manufactured for broadband, instrumentation, OEM, military, aerospace, and wireless markets, such as cell phones and data communication, as well as the automotive, rail, and other transportation applications. They are incorporated in broadcast, network routing and switching, digital video, and cable television. The amp connector was designed to improve electrical and mechanical performance and involves a push and turn connect/disconnect mechanism that is simple and reliable. Amp connectors are important tools in all kinds of contexts. As such, industry and commerce as well as consumer product markets rely on amp connectors for many purposes.

Amp Connector Design and Function

Amp connectors, like other connectors, involve a male and a female part which, when pushed together, form an electrical connection. This electronic connection allows a signal to pass between the points with little distortion or loss. Amp connectors are significantly more compact and dense compared with the standard cable connector and allow four times as many interconnections. Its unique design minimizes distortion and corrosion, particularly when it comes to the respective male and female parts (i.e., the mating surfaces). Amp connectors come in various sizes and pin configurations depending on the purpose of the machine and the strength of the electrical current. Some of the different types include the MIL-DTL-5015, which is a circular connector; the MIL-DTL-26482, which is a circular bayonet connector, the RJ21, which is used to combine telecommunication cabling, and the UHF connector, which is a type of RF coaxial connector that consists of multiple wires threaded together.