quick connect


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quick connect

Etymology: ME, quic, living; L, connectere, to bind
a plastic or similar connecting device that is attached to or implanted in a patient who will be joined to an electromechanical or other apparatus. A patient whose circulatory system is supported by an artificial heart, for example, may have a push-fit connector sewn to the natural atria, aorta, and pulmonary artery; a plastic lip on the artificial ventricle then can be securely snapped onto the quick-connect device.
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We are extremely proud to be releasing the new Quick Connect System, said Shawn Regan, CEO of Rhythmlink International, LLC.
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The HDMI connector is sealed to a level of IP68 NEMA 250 (6P) when mated and comes in a quick connect or bayonet style connection.
Wire termination options include screw terminals, solder tails and quick connect tabs.
A variety of attachments and options include quick connect and disconnect features and stainless steel and explosion-proof units for special need areas.
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