Fed connector presentation

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Firstly, a visual comparison ('Real Fed' vs. 'Mini-Fed'):
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And now a minute 'exploration' of bona fide Federal Standard Connectors...

Beginning with 3 external views of an 'unadorned' well:
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And an interior view -- Note the keyway (annotated):
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Well-flange hardware:
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Hardware fully installed on (upright) well:
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Now for a look at an uninstalled Federal Standard PLUG: Note 'key' (lower facing)

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Juxtaposition of plug (foreground) and well (background) --
Again note 'key' near top (to wit: left end as pictured) of plug:
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Plug partially inserted into well:
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Plug fully inserted into well:

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Plug installed on cable:
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Cable-lock cap detail
-- Note threaded 'inner-ring' (annotated):
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View of Well (lower left), Plug (lower center), Near-end of cable & lock cap (lower right). --- Note 'counterparts' at 'opposite' end of cable...

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Plug assembly partially inserted into well.
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Plug assembly fully inserted into well.
Note location of the retainer/lock-cap threads (annotated)
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Lock-cap fully tightened -- plug/cable locked to well:
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Note that although the cable shown in these images is partially armored -- Cu braid (immediately beneath the polymer jacket) covers the entire cable! -- The armor is merely by way of 'mechanical' damage preclusion with negligible electrical function...
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