A steel dagger-like weapon used for stabbing or slicing in hand-to-hand combat that is fastened to or placed at the muzzle of a gun.
A pin that protrudes from the side of something, such as the bottom of a flashbulb or a camera lens, to hold that something in a bayonet socket.
A connection for electronics or optics that resembles the way a bayonet (knife) is attached to the end of a rifle. To provide a secure connection, the plug is rotated after being put into the socket.
Signals or electricity are transmitted using bayonet connections. In comparison to screw and push-fit connectors, bayonets are a standardised locking type that enable quicker and more secure connections.
The Global Bayonet connector market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Amphenol’s new reverse bayonet connector is intended to deliver high power.
A reverse bayonet connector called EMI Wind-Lok is now available from Amphenol Industrial Operations, a pioneer in interconnect solutions and engineered to transfer high power from source to load.
Markets for wind turbines, offshore wind farms, electrical generators, charging systems, and offshore petroleum extraction all employ this heavy-duty connection with EMI shielding.
The single pole, high-power EMI Wind-Lok connection from Amphenol has a secondary coupling that enables aural, tactile, and visual assurance of a secure mating and a 1/3 turn reverse bayonet coupling design.
Its finger-proof, double-dead front inserts work to safeguard both the pin and the socket. The connection has silver-plated contacts and allows crimp or two-hole busbar termination.
The insert and contact assembly is better protected thanks to its compliance with RoHS and REACH. The connection can withstand vibrations as well.
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