Humans like to go – farther, faster, and take less time doing it. Whether that’s from one end of a farmer’s field, or across a continent by rail, transportation ties us all together. Only within the last 175 years of human history has a person been able to travel faster than a horse could carry them, but now TTI provides components for aircraft that travel beyond the speed of sound and undersea vehicles that go where it’s extremely difficult to take a horse. From buses and trains, to cargo trucks and automotive equipment manufacturers, the Transportation Business Unit Specialists at TTI have the expertise to solve the difficult electronic component issues. Call 1.800.CALL.TTI today and see just how fast our TBU product specialists can move.
The Micro MATE-N-LOK 3mm Connector System is a wire-to-wire and wire-to-board connector system with contacts on a 3mm [.118] centerline.
TTI has expanded its transportation connector product line including the TE Connectivity's sealed fuse/relay box. The TE Connectivity sealed fuse/relay box is designed to allow users to place their power distribution requirements outside the cab or passenger compartment. Each wire utilizes a single wire seal on the underside of the box while a peripheral silicone seal, located around the box interface, provides sealing against the cover. The box contains 60 cavities and accepts most 280 footprint mini-fuses and mini and micro relays. The 280 footprint allows the end user to customize that device layout to meet the vehicle power requirements.
AMP Mini MULTILOCK Connectors are the world's smallest waterproof connectors designed for use with the rotary driving circuits of automobile door mirror units, and other applications which have but small confined space and which require consistent water resistance.
This connector consists of a cap housing that is mounted onto the board horizontally, a plug housing used for wire termination, and receptacle contacts to be loaded into the plug housing.
The AMP Econoseal III connector has been designed to meet the exacting requirements of the automotive industry, for a reliable sealed connector.
AMPSEAL connectors just got better. Known for their rugged reliability even under high-temperature automotive and industrial applications, they are now a snap to assemble.
One-Piece, All Plastic Cable Clamp for Jacketed Cable, 180°/120° Exit (HDP and HDE) (Quik Snap). This line also includes Straight Exit Low Profile clamps for Jacketed Cable, Box and Lid Straight/90° Exit clamps, Clam Shell Straight/45° Exit clamps, Straight/90° Exit clamps & Shielded Cable Clamps.
AMP Econoseal J Series Connectors Mark II(+) have been developed for use in auto-mobile engine compartments and other applications where waterproof protection and rugged construction are required for electric connections.
AMP Econoseal Connectors fill a growing need for small, inexpensive sealed circular connectors, especially for the automotive, trucking, RV (recreational vehicle) and off-road equipment industries.
This series of connectors is designed for the demanding requirements of hybrid, electric vehicles, and utility truck electrical systems, operating at 800VDC to 1000VDC with a 200A to 400A continuous current rating.
A Compact 10.00mm high-power connector system available in silver or gold, capable of handling up to 50.0A.
The water temperature sensor monitors the temperature of the coolant that is being pumped around the engine block to cool the engine, which notifies the driver of the vehicle if the engine starts to overheat.
This sensor operates over a temperature range from -40° C to 850° C. It monitors the temperature before and after SCR system in the diesel engines as part of the engine control strategy.
Amphenol Advanced Sensors Dual Solar Sensors are mounted on the dash panel near the front window and uses photodiode cells to measure the intensity of solar radiation and give electric information which is proportional to the calorific power and intensity.
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