TVS Connectors

Our family of TVS connectors can be incorporated into any of our circular or rectangular product configurations and can include the filtering if required. Our unique packaging "diode in board" can handle power up to 3k watts while saving space and weight.

Military and aerospace avionics suppliers can design electromagnetic pulse (EMP) and lightning protection into their modern equipment prior to encountering a catastrophic failure. Amphenol CIT can offer this protection using less space and weight than a conventional Transient Voltage Suppression (TVS) connector. Patented design for diode packaging can be used in several applications including military aircraft, commercial aircraft and helicopter environments.

Amphenol CIT packages TVS protection into all of our connector product lines utilizing an embedded diode (embedded into a PCB) for space and weight savings as well as improved performance. This innovative design resembles (mechanically) a filter assembly so it can be packaged into the connector in the same proven manner and in tandem if necessary. TVS connectors are available with 600 to 2500w diodes to meet some of the highest levels of RTCA DO-160 protection, screened to J level standards and capable of meeting the environmental requirements of their specific Mil-spec’s.


  • Smaller Package Size
  • Higher Energy Production
  • Lighter Weight
  • Shorter Production Lead Times
  • Lower Cost

Performance Charts

Product Information Resources

TVS Connectors sell sheet

Product Categories

Filter Connectors

Product Markets

Commercial Aerospace

More Information

To inquire about TVS Connectors available from Amphenol CIT, please fill out the form below, and one of our Sales Engineers will contact you.

"*" indicates required fields

Member of
©2024 Amphenol CIT. All Rights Reserved.
All trademarks, service marks and trade names are property of their respective holding companies.
Amphenol CIT products are subject to U.S. export control regulations.
They may be subject to certain licensing requirements and restricted for export.