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IEH is a leading innovator of low insertion force electronic connection devices. Serving both the military/aerospace and commercial electronic markets, IEH products are used in military systems: terrestrial, airborne, and aerospace communications; avionics and guidance systems; instrumentation; medical and electronic test equipment.
History of Hyperboloid Hyperboloid Technology About IEH IEH Products Competitors Customers Programs
History of Hyperboloid Patented by FRB in 1960’s Early 70’s: Original US Licensees: IEH, Smiths Interconnect, Curtiss-Wright Today: Only Manufactures of Hyperboloid connectors are IEH and the divisions of Smiths (Hypertac Ltd, Hypertronics)
The Hyperboloid-shaped sleeve is formed by straight wires strung at an angle to the longitudinal axis. This geometry provides for a design which has a decreasing circumscribed circle when viewed from the entry When the pin is inserted into this sleeve, the wires stretch, well within elastic limits, to accommodate it. In doing so, the wires wrap themselves around the pin, providing a number of continuous line contact paths Hyperboloid Concept
Wires strung on an internal wire carrier (inner sleeve), and enclosed by a front outer ring (front sleeve) and the terminal. Joints are calculated interference fits, insuring gas-tight interfaces between all elements of the Hyperboloid construction The unique geometry, precision processing, and careful attention to quality result in a highly desirable contact design which provides: Hyperboloid Construction
Low Insertion/Extraction Forces Feature Wire basket expands to envelop mating pin when inserted. Benefit Less resistance in pin-socket interface, thus less force required to mate and demate, especially in high pin count connectors
Contact Life Feature Unlike the “plow and scrape” action of common designs, Hyperboloid’s wiping action reduces wear on the contacts surfaces. Benefit Standard contacts are rated to last 500 mating cycles. Hyperboloid contacts are rated for 100,000 mating cycles.
Higher Current Ratings Feature Hyperboloid wire system envelops mating pin, thus more lines of contact between pin and socket Benefit Greater current-carrying capability, at ambient temperature rise
Impervious to Shock & Vibration Feature The low mass and resulting low inertia of the wires allows them to follow the most extreme excursions of the pin without loss of contact. Test exceed 300 g’s without discontinuity. Benefit Guaranteed electrical continuity regardless of the direction or intensity of external and internal forces.
About IEH Founded in 1937 by Louis Offerman 4 th Generation Family run company 1950’s to 1970’s – Manufacturer of CRT sockets for US television industry Original Hyperboloid Licensee, early 1970’s
About IEH QPL’d to Mil-C-55302 Located in Brooklyn, NY ISO9001:2008 Certified
Custom Products IEH’s expertise is the design and manufacturing of electronic interconnect systems incorporating the Hyperboloid contact system. Our engineers will work directly with you to develop solutions that address your specific needs and requirements.
Custom Products Semi-circular, stacking connectors for parallel boards inside a munitions chamber Power connector for Distribution Controller, for Commercial Avionics. Single-pole connectors for high- power, both airborne and space Non-Magnetic Power Interconnect
Contacts Discrete PCB contacts Power contacts Test contacts Contacts for circular connectors Custom Contacts
Competitors Very little overlap between IEH and Hypertronics product lines As an M55302 QPL provider, IEH competes mainly with Airborn, Incon and Continental connector. IEH – Airborn comparison as follows: Airborn W Series = IEH HGM Series Airborn RM2 and RM3 Series = IEH HRM Series Airborn RM4 Series = IEH HMM Series HUB ZONE CERTIFIED
Some of our Customers Northrop Grumman Raytheon BAE Biomet Honeywell NASA (Goddard Space Flight) Elbit (Israel) Samsung (Korea) BEL (India) Lockheed Martin Parker Aerospace GE Aviation Goodrich Rockwell Collins Selex Galileo (Italy) Roketsan (Turkey) Thales (France) Sagem (France)
Some of our Applications Avionics Platforms Engine Control Systems Missiles and Torpedoes Guidance Systems Vehicular Electronics Satellites Rocket Launchers Medical Devices Industrial and Environmental Controls Hand Held devices Test Equipment Fuel Management Systems Military Radios