About Isodyne

Isodyne Backshell EMI/RFI Banding System

Isodynes Tool-less Braid Termination System was specifically designed to provide better mechanical and electrical performance for wire harnesses requiring shielding protection for EMI/RFI,  HERF and lightning.  Both the individual shields and the overbraid are terminated at the backshell with one band. Conforce (constant force) spring band can be installed and removed hundreds of  times with no tools allowing for easy re-entry into the cable assembly for repair or re-pinning and no degradation of spring force. The Isodyne system has been in use since 1990 on land, sea, air and space platforms requiring a higher performance back shell.

The Isodyne Tool-less Braid Termination Systems also provides numerous benefits in the communications fields supporting applications in radios, Satcom,  wireless UAV market, winged and rotor military aircraft. The Isodyne Tool-less Braid Termination system is widely recognized for consistently high quality and superior performance.

The patented Isodyne system is made up of an EMI backshell with a spring banding area populated with slots to allow the individual drain wires direct contact with the backshell body. The Isodyne system allows for assembly and disassembly of the over braid to the backshell without the need for a tool.

  • No tools required for assembly or removal of spring band
  • Our patented slots eliminate the need for solder sleeves
  • No more calibration of crimp banding tools
  • Constant force spring band increases holding force and lowers resistance under vibration, improving EMI performance
  • Tensile pull strength 125 ft/lbs almost doubling when a heat shrink boot is added
  • Reduced part count helps control FOD, lighter weight and faster assembly time
  • Strainless steel spring band can be installed and removed hundreds of times with no degradation of holding force
  • Satisfied customers include Boeing, General Dynamics, Harris, Raytheon, United Defence, L-3 Communications, Lockheed Martin, and many more.