bayonet coupling

bayonet coupling

[¦bā·ə′net ¦kəp·liŋ]
(design engineering)
A coupling in which two or more pins extend out from a plug and engage in grooves in the side of a socket.
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Among the features that have helped the ST connector supplant FSMA connectors as the industry standard are lower insertion loss, and the quick-release bayonet coupling in place of the multiturn threaded coupling.
Earlier Sulzer had successfully litigated the same Chinese patent on the interface of the F-system mixers with a quick and easy to secure and release as well as safe and secure and leak-free - bayonet coupling, as well another patent on the Quadro System Peeler Cartridges, in Shanghai No.2 Intermediate Court against Shanghai NSJ Hardware Ltd.
Standard features of the Canbio VS include a quick-barrel-change system using a bayonet coupling of the screw directly to the screw motor, permitting changeover times on the order of 15 min.
Adaptable for wind power generation, agricultural appliances, military functions and other industries, the Amphe-Power GT connector series from Amphenol Industrial are 5015-style reverse bayonet coupling connectors with audible, tactile and visual indication of a full attachment.
GT reverse bayonet coupling connectors have an audible and tactile full mating feature for positive coupling assurance.
The connector uses a reverse bayonet coupling for quick mating and un-mating via a quarter turn coupling mechanism.
Key Data: The connector uses a reverse bayonet coupling for quick mating and unmating.
The Amphe-Power GT connectors, second in the Amphe-Power Series, are reverse bayonet coupling connectors.
Bayonet coupling ensures a tight, vibration-resistant connection, and the connectors are sealed up to IP69K.
The APD is available with a bayonet coupling for quick, simple fastening, or as a flanged version.
The BNC interface is the most popular because of its easy connect/disconnect bayonet coupling. The TNC interface offers a threaded coupling that assures excellent performance even in applications where vibration is common, such as in aircraft and automobiles.
After the overburden hole is complete, the pilot bit is turned anticlockwise in the ring bit releasing it from the bayonet coupling, and is withdrawn from the casing tube.