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Compilation of 2016 Blogs

Posted by Clare McGarrey on January 23, 2017

In 2016 InterConnect Wiring created The Wonderful World of Wiring newsletter. This newsletter included thirty-six (36) blogs about various aspects of electrical wiring in the aerospace sector. This book is a compilation of these articles (blogs) and is written to educate the common man. The information herein is not intended for electrical engineers or PhDs; … Continue reading “Compilation of 2016 Blogs”

What is Aircraft Ground Support Equipment?

Posted by Kevin Morris on November 21, 2016

Ground support equipment refers to the specialized tools and devices used to service military and commercial aircraft on the ground. Ground support equipment is used for routine maintenance or unscheduled repair and is critical for ensuring the various systems on the aircraft are working properly. These tools can be grouped into a couple of types … Continue reading “What is Aircraft Ground Support Equipment?”

What is Megohm or Megger Testing?

Posted by Mike Winters on July 11, 2016

What comes to mind when contemplating the strength of a wire? A lot of people only consider what can be seen on the outside. For example, how far the wire can be pulled before it breaks or how high of a temperature it can withstand before it melts. But what about breakdowns in the integrity … Continue reading “What is Megohm or Megger Testing?”

What does it Mean to “Beep Out” a Wiring Harness?

Posted by Clare McGarrey on June 6, 2016

Wiring harnesses are crucial to aircraft as well as anything that requires electrical power. Often InterConnect has customers approach us because they have a project that is behind schedule, there’s an inoperable aircraft on ground, or a crucial modification needing to take place in the field before the aircraft can be mission ready. Our customers … Continue reading “What does it Mean to “Beep Out” a Wiring Harness?”

What is insulation resistance testing?

Posted by Mike Winters on April 25, 2016

Every electrical wire, whether it’s in an F-16 cockpit panel, UH-60 circuit breaker, or V-22 wiring harness, is carefully protected with some type of electrical insulation. The wire itself is a conductor of electricity. The insulation is opposite from the conductor; it should resist current and keep the current on its path along the conductor. … Continue reading “What is insulation resistance testing?”

What is Continuity Testing?

Posted by Marc Piloian on March 28, 2016

In simple terms, a continuity test verifies that current will flow in an electrical circuit (i.e. that the circuit is continuous). The test is performed by placing a small voltage between 2 or more endpoints of the circuit. The flow of current can be verified qualitatively (e.g. by observing a light or buzzer in series … Continue reading “What is Continuity Testing?”

Aerospace Testing International Magazine writes about InterConnect

Posted by Clare McGarrey on July 16, 2015

InterConnect Wiring was featured in Aerospace Testing International Magazine. The article focused on InterConnect moving to a DIT-MCO Model 2650 Modular Test Analyzer which increased test efficiency by 500%. Access the article to learn more!   Access Full Article Aerospace Testing International, launched in July 2002, is published quarterly to a global fully registered audience … Continue reading “Aerospace Testing International Magazine writes about InterConnect”

Our Licenses

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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