Amphenol LTD Terrapin Miniature Push-Pull Circular Connectors

Amphenol LTD Terrapin Miniature Circular Push-Pull Connectors are designed for communications in harsh environments. Featuring a rugged shell design, Terrapin Miniature Push-Pull Circular Connectors deliver superior EMC performance and high environmental sealing to IP68 in both mated and unmated conditions. Resilient even in severe conditions, the RoHS compliant black-silver plating is both low-luster and corrosion-resistant. Amphenol LTD Terrapin Miniature Push-Pull Circular Connectors are Gigabit ethernet and USB 2.0 compatible, making these connectors well-suited for ruggedized routers, military LAN switches, harsh environment data collection, robotics, battlefield communications, and mass transit communications. Amphenol Pcd offers the miniature Terrapin connectors with design options such as an optional locking mechanism, multiple shell sizes with up to 37 contacts, and standard or tailored overmold solutions.


  • Miniature footprint provides space savings compared to traditional interconnects
  • Anti-vibration coupling
  • Quick release breakaway
    • Fast, safe, connect and disconnect
    • Release in snagging situations
    • Reduced interconnection damage
  • Latched version allows connectors to be locked together
  • Common plug connector is suitable for mating with both snatch and latch-style receptacles
  • Sealed to IP68; provides a high degree of sealing to protect against dust and water ingress in both mated and unmated conditions
  • 2000 + matings; mating durability is four times greater than MIL-DTL standard bayonet and thread coupling connectors
  • Multiple keying options; five keying options to prevent mismating
  • Integral backshell provides 360⁰ screening and quick termination with no special tooling or training required
  • Gigabit Ethernet and USB 2.0 compatible
  • Suitable for overmolding
    • Standard or tailored overmold solutions
    • Waterproof
    • Aesthetically uniform product
  • RoHS compliant
Published: 2011-12-20 | Updated: 2023-08-14