ITT Industries - Cannon Connectors
ITT Cannon has nearly 100 years of experience designing and delivering highly engineered interconnect solutions to meet some of the most challenging environments both on and off the planet. Having literally defined the standards for circular, rack & panel, micro-miniature and D-subminiature connectors in the aviation, space and industrial markets, Cannon has one of the broadest portfolios of high-reliability ruggedized connectors available today. Newark element 14 has thousands of part numbers in stock, tens of thousands available within 2-3 business days and access to hundreds of thousands on special order. ITT Cannon has a range of MIL-spec and commercial connectors for the military, aerospace, commercial aviation, medical, energy, industrial, oil & gas, transportation, telecommunications and automotive markets
ITT Interconnect Solutions is a globally diversified connector and connector assembly manufacturing company. Founded in 1915 as Cannon (company) by James H. Cannon, the company developed some of the first equipment for sound films in the early years of the movie industry, including a synchronous motor drive. The first "Cannon plug", the M-1 connector, was initially designed as a quick grounding connection for the electrical motor on a portable meat grinder and was adapted for movie sound equipment, enabling the new electrical camera to move freely about. Cannon continued to develop connectors for the entertainment industry, including the P Series audio connectors developed for Paramount Studios, as well as connectors used in the first radio microphones, the first black-and-white television cameras, and the first color television equipment. ITT Cannon selection of micro-miniature circular connectors includes the MKJ series, the MIKM series and the MIKQ series, value-add rectangular connectors including ITT Cannon d-subs and military and commercial micro-d connectors.
ITT Industries, Inc. is a global engineering and manufacturing company with leading positions in the markets it serves, generating 2003 sales of $5.63 billion.