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Harsh Environments Resource Center

The world is a tough place for electronics. Dust, marine environments, underground applications, electromagnetic interference, extremes of temperature and humidity – all of these things can cause electronics to fail. To combat these, TTI carries a full line of durable components developed to perform in extreme conditions such as the heat and corrosion found at the bottom of an oil well or the temperature cycles and vibration in a jet engine.

These high-reliability components, often certified to surpass military or space level specifications are manufactured to meet standards such as NEMA ratings and the IP Code (IEC 60529), giving engineers the peace of mind that the component they need will do its job, on the job. So take some pressure off your next design – call a TTI product specialist at 1.800.CALL.TTI and learn how our broad and deep inventory takes the heat.

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MS-Series Sealed Hydraulic Magnetic Circuit Breaker | Carling Technologies

MS-Series Sealed Hydraulic Magnetic Circuit Breaker | Carling Technologies

Designed and tested to operate flawlessly in the harshest of environments, the MS-Series sealed toggle circuit breaker is ideally suited for COTS (commercial off the shelf ) military applications.
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Nebula Series High Reliability SATA | Smiths Connectors

Nebula Series High Reliability SATA | Smiths Connectors

The Nebula Series by Smiths Connectors is a high reliability SATA 6.0 Gbps connector line designed for harsh environment and rugged storage applications within the aerospace, defense and industrial market segments. Used to transmit and receive critical data, the Nebula Connector Series provide the absolute reliability required by mass storage devices to ensure maximum transfer speed under the most extreme conditions.
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High Temperature X8R Capacitor​s | Syfer

High Temperature X8R Capacitor​s | Syfer

The X8R dielectric will operate from -55°C to +150°C,with a maximum capacitance change ±15% (without applied voltage). The devices are available in sizes 0805 to 2225, with voltage ranges from 25V to 3kV and capacitance values from 270pF to 1.8μF.
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16 Volt DC Radial Leaded, PolyTron PTC Devices (PTR016V Series) | Eaton

16 Volt DC Radial Leaded, PolyTron PTC Devices (PTR016V Series) | Eaton

The Bussmann family of PolyTron™ PTC devices is ideally suited for protecting applications sensitive to high ambient operating temperatures or subject to frequent overcurrent conditions.
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TBC Series CWR15 MIL-PRF-55365/12 Tantalum Capacitors | AVX

TBC Series CWR15 MIL-PRF-55365/12 Tantalum Capacitors | AVX

AVX announces the world’s smallest military approved tantalum chip capacitors. The CWR15 offers 0603, 0805 and 1206 case sizes in capacitance/ voltage combinations previously only available in much larger packages
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TBJ Series COTS Plus SRC9000 Tantalums | AVX

TBJ Series COTS Plus SRC9000 Tantalums | AVX

The TBJ COTS-Plus –SRC9000 series has been refined to incorporate only those commercially up-screened ratings which have been deemed suitable for mission critical and space level applications.
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High Temperature MLCC – 250°C Rated | AVX

High Temperature MLCC – 250°C Rated | AVX

AVX AT Series product has been designed for the most demanding applications, such as “down-hole” oil exploration, aerospace programs and “under-hood” electronics.
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MIL-DTL-38999 Series III (8D Series) | Souriau

MIL-DTL-38999 Series III (8D Series) | Souriau

A full platform that matches any environment
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CF38999 Multi-Channel Fiber Optic Connector | Amphenol Aerospace

CF38999 Multi-Channel Fiber Optic Connector | Amphenol Aerospace

The industry standard for fiber optic circular interconnects. Meets or exceeds MIL-DTL-38999 requirements.
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ARINC 801 Fiber Optic Connectors | Amphenol Aerospace

ARINC 801 Fiber Optic Connectors | Amphenol Aerospace

Amphenol now offers a multi-channel circular connector that complies with the ARINC specification. This connector, available in straight plug and wall mount receptacle, uses the ARINC 801 ceramic termini.
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High Frequency Contacts | Amphenol SV Microwave

High Frequency Contacts | Amphenol SV Microwave

Amphenol and SV Microwave (an Amphenol company) offer DC to 40 GHz high frequency size 8, 12 and 16 coaxial contacts for the D38999 Series III housing and standard inserts. These contacts allow any application to continue to use the D38999 connector and be able to expand the use to include the microwave transmission lines.
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HT-200 Heat-Shrinkable Tubing | TE Connectivity

HT-200 Heat-Shrinkable Tubing | TE Connectivity

HT-200 heat-shrinkable tubing is a very flexible, highly flame-resistant, high-clarity, high-temperature, chemical-resistant tubing made from a fluoropolymer material. It provides very-thin-wall insulation and strain relief of multipin connectors, solder joints and other delicate electrical connections and terminations.
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Sealed Rocker Switches with Illuminated Plug | Carling Technologies

Sealed Rocker Switches with Illuminated Plug | Carling Technologies

The Illuminated Plug offers an additional design option for the modular and flexible V-Series Contura system.
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PHT Combination Sensor (MS8607) | TE Sensor Solutions

PHT Combination Sensor (MS8607) | TE Sensor Solutions

The MS8607 is the novel digital combination sensor of MEAS providing 3 environmental physical measurements all-in-one: pressure, humidity and temperature (PHT).
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Sealed Harsh Environment Connectors (EN2/EN3 Series) | Switchcraft

Sealed Harsh Environment Connectors (EN2/EN3 Series) | Switchcraft

Sealed harsh environment connectors with an integral O-Ring.
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    Harsh Environments Articles from MarketEYE

    06.07.2016 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    04.05.2016 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    First, I’ve now gotten asked about a million times whether any of the EU RoHS “Pack 9” exemptions have been extended. In fact, that’s the wrong question; the right question is whether the Oeko Institut More...

    02.10.2016 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    No less than five and a half years after its first draft revision of the regulation, on January 21, 2016 China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, along with seven other ministries, finally More...

    12.17.2015 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    In case you were wondering whether to expect a decision on the huge number of RoHS exemption renewal application received by the Commission a year ago by January 21 of this year, as required by Article More...

    10.13.2015 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    On September 10, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) handed down a “Reference for a preliminary ruling” on the topic of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH Regulation). The judgement addressed the duties More...

    08.13.2015 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    Speaking of dynamic regulations, the European Union’s REACH regulation of course takes the cakes for the environmental regulation that has the most moving parts manufacturers need to pay close attention More...

    06.16.2015 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    I was speaking to a group in Boston last month and made the point that manufacturers’ restricted/declarable substances lists (or RDSLs, like those from IBM, Sony, HP, American Apparel & Footwear Association, More...

    04.09.2015 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    A year has passed since the last EU RoHS Update and it’s been a busy year for Everyone’s Favorite Directive. Here is where we stand: More...

    02.17.2015 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    In this, the fourth and final installment of this series, I will address the third step to chemical-related compliance: Make sure that the products placed into and sold in those markets meet or exceed More...

    12.11.2014 // Mike Kirschner in: Supply Chain

    In the first installment of this column, I described the three basic steps to chemical-related environmental compliance... More...