What are these thingies called?

#2
According to a Google image search;

AMPHENOL - 75-068618-22K - CONNECTOR, CIRCULAR, SIZE 18, 3WAY
 
#8
Harness socket and plug.

aka Nato ditto.

And there's an older term but can't remember it. (from the days of Pye, Mullard etc.)
 
#11
5 minutes of my life forever gone.
You're lucky - seen the time on my earlier post?

Anyway - EUREKA! - Bendix connectors

e.g.



(other numbers of pins are available)

Also currently more commonly known in the retail trade as MIL SPEC connectors.
 
#19
Insulation Displacement Connector... also known as IDC...

and yes the other was Cannon Plug, named for the inventor James Cannon owner of Cannon Electronics... also known by lots of other names, but Cannon is the original... the ones on the radios and in mil spec vehicles are still called Cannon plugs... even the ones for the magic box that have big pins and tighten using spanners... The common non-insulated non-waterproof ones are now usually referred to as XLR plugs (mics, sound boards, ect.)
 
#20
Insulation Displacement Connector... also known as IDC...

and yes the other was Cannon Plug, named for the inventor James Cannon owner of Cannon Electronics... also known by lots of other names, but Cannon is the original... the ones on the radios and in mil spec vehicles are still called Cannon plugs... even the ones for the magic box that have big pins and tighten using spanners... The common non-insulated non-waterproof ones are now usually referred to as XLR plugs (mics, sound boards, ect.)
I think they're also called 'get in you awkward bastard'. :)
 
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