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SubConn® connectors are designed, manufactured and tested for use in harsh marine environments. Operators are encouraged to read this section carefully and to follow the recommendations and instructions, in order to sustain the performance and extend the lifespan of their SubConn® connectors.


Contents of this section:
Abbreviation list
Mounting specifications for Metal Shell
SubConn® connector body material types
Recommended torque on SubConn® connector threads sizes
AWG to metric
Recommended mounting hole
Mounting procedure for Low Profile strap
SubConn handling instructions
Corrosion and debonding

Abbreviation list

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Mounting specifications for Metal Shell

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SubConn connector body material types

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Recommended torque on SubConn connector threads sizes

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American wire gauge (AWG) to metric

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Recommended mounting holes

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Mounting procedure for Low Profile strap

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SubConn® Handling Instructions

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Information on debonding and corrosion

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