High-current - up to 900A


Eaton's high-current connectors provide MIL-DTL-38999 Series IV performance in application-specific configurations with large contacts and shell sizes. A breech-lock-coupling mechanism provides quick, positive engagements. Additional features inclide:

  • Military program heritage includes ICBMs
  • Meets Boeing specifications 280-36501, 280-36503, 280-36505, and 280-36507.
  • High-current capabilities include solutions configured with four, #4/0 contacts.

For more information, calll 805-484-0543 or e-mail cicustomer.service@eaton.com

High-Current Custom Solutions in Shell Sizes 33 to 57


Application-specific design options


These heritage-proven connectors can be quickly optimized to support a wide range of high current, military and aerospace connector applications:

  • Special insert/shell arrangements and materials.
  • Custom connector/cable assemblies and wiring harnesses.
  • Filters optimized for application-specific frequency, voltage, and impedance requirements.
  • Operation in extreme environments including extended temperature ranges, shock and vibration, radiation, EMI/RFI, corrosive contaminants, vacuum, and pressures to 20,000 PSI.

Reference Specifications


The specifications listed above have been confirmed through customer qualifications. These heritage-proven specifications are presented as capabilities references. Please contact Eaton to discuss how quickly custom high-current connectors can be developed to meet your specific requirements.

Additional High-Current Connector Information - Series IV Design Guide


Get your copy of the MIL-DTL-38999 Series IV Design Guide. This 56-page brochure contains detailed information on high-current connectors and the complete range of MIL-DTL-38999 Series IV solutions:

  • Insert service ratings and arrangement drawings.
  • D38999 QPL part number to factory part-number conversions.
  • Comprehensive product specifications and mechanical drawings.
  • Assembly instructions and installation tool descriptions.

Use the links below to download a PDF or send an e-mail to request printed copies.