Caplug CEC Series Threaded Connector Conductive Caps
Airplane maintenance requirements can be shocking, but with Caplug CEC Series Threaded Connector Conductive Caps, we're hoping to make the experience a little less jarring. Caplug CEC Series Threaded Connector Conductive Caps from SkyGeek are a cheap and effective way to shield connectors and to dissipate electrostatic charges. They are designed for all standard sizes of threaded electrical and electronic connectors and can also be used to protect non-threaded bayonet connectors. The bottom line is that these caps help minimize the risk of electrical shock, both to you and to adjacent wires and electrical components. The caps go on quickly and form a reliable electrical shield over the connector's end. When used correctly, the caps also dissipate electrostatic charges, improving safety and ensuring your electrical system doesn't sustain unnecessary damage.
SkyGeek carries a large selection of aluminum threaded and plastic dust caps to choose from. Use the caps to protect your critical equipment, saving time and money on repairs. The caps go on easily and are designed to stay in place, even after hours of flight. Though they won't fall off when you're not looking, they're still easy to remove, making it possible to upgrade, maintain or retrofit your aircraft's electrical systems. You'll find various kinds of plugs and connector caps to choose from at SkyGeek.com - all of which may be ordered from the comfort of your own home. These threaded connector conductive plugs do more than just shield your electrical connections from dust, they also provide mechanical protection and electrical shielding. The caps are priced low and are sold in increments as low as 25 pieces, so you won't have to spend a lot of money to get outstanding results. Don't think you need that many caps? You'll be surprised how useful these caps are and how often you reach for them.
Note: All static dissipative parts meet the static decay requirements of MIL-PRF-81705D and surface resistivity is less than 1x1012 ohms/sq. All conductive parts meet the static decay requirements of MIL-PRF-81705D and surface resistivity is less than 1x105 ohms/sq.