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VLOG: WHAT ARE CONNECTORS MADE OF? WHY DOES IT MATTER?

Posted by Terri Weaver on May 16, 2023

  I’m Terri with InterConnect Wiring – where Connections Matter. Today we’re going to be talking about connectors, what they’re made from and why it’s important.   WIRING HARNESSES – AIRCRAFT REWIRING – COCKPIT PANELS – CONSOLE WIRING    WHAT ARE CONNECTORS MADE OF? WHY DOES IT MATTER?   In order to determine the material … Continue reading “VLOG: WHAT ARE CONNECTORS MADE OF? WHY DOES IT MATTER?”

VLOG: Inspecting a Wiring Harness Part II: Flat Connector Clocking & String Tying Hardware

Posted by Malich Quijas on December 20, 2022

Hi, my name is Malich and I’m the Training Manager at InterConnect Wiring, where Connections Matter. Today we’ll be looking at clocking a flat connector and string tying hardware.   WIRING HARNESSES – AIRCRAFT REWIRING – COCKPIT PANELS – CONSOLE WIRING    CLOCKING A FLAT CONNECTOR & STRING TYING HARDWARE   So when clocking a … Continue reading “VLOG: Inspecting a Wiring Harness Part II: Flat Connector Clocking & String Tying Hardware”

VLOG: How is a Wafer Connector Different from a Circular Connector?

Posted by Malich Quijas on October 18, 2022

  Hi! My name is Malich, Training Manager for InterConnect Wiring, where Connections Matter. Today we’re going to be learning about wafer connectors and how they are different from circular connectors. WIRING HARNESSES – AIRCRAFT REWIRING – COCKPIT PANELS – CONSOLE WIRING  WAFER CONNECTORS AND CIRCULAR CONNECTORS   On an F-16 wiring harness, you’ll sometimes … Continue reading “VLOG: How is a Wafer Connector Different from a Circular Connector?”

Are All Connector Contact Cavities Used in a Wiring Harness? Are Any Left Empty?

Posted by Joseph Rodriguez on March 8, 2022

Have you ever bought a 12-pack of soda? I swear this story is going somewhere. Recently, I hosted a get-together with my family where I wanted our favorite soda to be available. There was a total of 4 of us. I could have bought a 6-pack, but I knew that each of us would want … Continue reading “Are All Connector Contact Cavities Used in a Wiring Harness? Are Any Left Empty?”

13 Ways To Design A Wiring Harness Poorly For Manufacturability

Posted by Jeanie Peel on August 13, 2021

In honor of this lucky Friday the 13th, we’re going to remind you of the 13 ways to design a wiring harness POORLY for manufacturability. You can trust InterConnect Wiring to avoid these mistakes and manufacture the very best wiring harnesses. Keep your luck going strong with InterConnect Wiring – where Connections Matter.   At … Continue reading “13 Ways To Design A Wiring Harness Poorly For Manufacturability”

What is Connector Clocking and Why is it Important in Wiring Harness Design?

Posted by Clare McGarrey on June 15, 2021

It’s nice to get back into the public as we are closer to being on the other side of the COVID-19 pandemic. Just last Thursday I attended my first on-site conference since the December 2019 AIA Board of Governors with my friend Eric Fanning. At last week’s conference in Grapevine, I was asked, “Are you … Continue reading “What is Connector Clocking and Why is it Important in Wiring Harness Design?”

Winter Blog Series: Can a Wiring Harness Be Repaired or Overhauled?

Posted by John Ashour on January 26, 2021

We hope you’re having a great week and are staying safe and healthy out there! Today we’re revisiting one of our top blogs from 2017 that asks the ultimate question: can a wiring harness be repaired or overhauled? Let’s find out!     A common question asked of InterConnect Wiring is, “Can InterConnect repair or overhaul … Continue reading “Winter Blog Series: Can a Wiring Harness Be Repaired or Overhauled?”

Spring Series: What Is the Difference in a Plug and a Receptacle?

Posted by Clare McGarrey on February 25, 2020

As part of our Spring Blog Series, InterConnect Wiring is highlighting the best blogs that our readers loved the most. Say hello to one of our top blogs from 2016: What is the difference in a plug and a receptacle? Connectors are used on electrical wiring harnesses and are essentially enclosures (i.e., shells) which house … Continue reading “Spring Series: What Is the Difference in a Plug and a Receptacle?”

Does the FAA have an Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS) Training Program?

Posted by Clare McGarrey on December 2, 2019

I will cut to the chase… yes, there is an Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS) Training Program and it is called FAA Advisory Circular (AC) 120-94. While these guidelines are not mandatory, they are derived from extensive Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and industry experience in determining compliance with the relevant regulations. Maintenance personnel need to … Continue reading “Does the FAA have an Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS) Training Program?”

What is an Original Design Approval Process?

Posted by Jeanie Peel on May 21, 2019

An original FAA design approval is a five-phase process in which an applicant applies for design approval of an aircraft. The end result, if approved, is a Type Certificate. The steps to approval are: Phase 1 – Design and Concept This is the fun part! This phase is initiated when the applicant begins design concept … Continue reading “What is an Original Design Approval Process?”

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We are the sole licensee of Lockheed Martin for F-16 electrical products. Through this agreement, we have access to Lockheed Martin’s F-16 engineering data, tooling and configuration control information. We also have a Technical Services agreement with Sikorsky for all of their aircraft. This agreement allows us to obtain their engineering data needed to rewire helicopters that Sikorsky manufactures.

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