A While back I posted a page
pointing to the many laboratory wall charts offered by
Keysight Technologies (formerly Agilent, formerly Hewlett Packard).
I mentioned how unlike modern charts that are full of color, the old ones were usually
a single color or black & white. Here is an example from American Amphenol which
appeared in a 1945 issue of Radio News magazine. Something like this would
make a really cool decoration for today. I just looked on eBay and didn't see an
Amphenol Tube Socket Wall Chart for sale, but that would probably
be the bet place to latch on to one eventually.
Amphenol Tube Socket Wall Chart
Amphenol offers you a Complete Insert Reference
For "AN" Series Electrical Connectors
Depend upon Amphenol Quality
You may have this helpful chart. You can in an instant find the correct insert
that fits your particular combination of conductors, voltage and current requirements.
First advantage - this chart organizes for the eye the most complete line of
AN inserts made by anyone company - arranged and divided according to number of
contacts-readable from top to bottom and left to right. Each insert is illustrated
full size on this 38" x 50" chart. A table gives the mechanical spacing of contacts
and other valuable information.
All it takes to get this chart is a request on your company's letterhead.
Also included are two ringbook charts. One shows all connector shell types and
styles including the special purpose shells - pressure-tight, moisture-seal, explosion-proof,
light-proof. The other clearly explains the numbering system for connectors.
American Phenolic Corporation
Chicago 50, Illinois
In Canada • Amphenol Limited • Toronto
Connectors (AN, British, U.H.F.) • Fittings • Conduits • Cable
Assemblies • U.H.F. Cable • Radio Parts • Plastics for Industry
Posted November 15, 2021
(updated from original post on 10/17/2014)