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Cable assemblies target range of applications

Cable assemblies target range of applications
A number of pre-prepared cable assemblies that provide compatible solutions for key product ranges from Molex are now available at distributor RS Components. Targeting a wide range of applications in industries including automotive, consumer, defence, industrial and medical, as well as telecommunications and networking, the new Molex range of pre-terminated cables makes it even easier for engineers to adopt interconnection components in new and existing designs.
22nd August 2017

Test cables deliver high performance, phase stable results

Test cables deliver high performance, phase stable results
  Amphenol RF has introduced the ATC-PS series of amplitude and phase stable test cables. These pre-configured SMA assemblies are designed for high performance applications which require minimal insertion and return loss.
22nd August 2017

M12 connectors can handle up to 16A

M12 connectors can handle up to 16A
binder just announced a field assembly M12 connector designed for power handling applications across many industrial sectors where, according to the company,  the adoption of automation technology is becoming widespread. binder manufactures a wide variety of power and signal M12 connectors including variants designed specifically for the food and beverage industry.
21st August 2017


Coaxial Cable 4.0 supports UV-cured lining systems

Coaxial Cable 4.0 supports UV-cured lining systems
Able to withstand extremely harsh environments and high mechanical loads the cable was designed for an above-average service life, while its small outer diameter of only 22 mm belies the sophisticated engineering of the cable. With its drum reeling „New Generation Coaxial Cable 4” HRADIL Spezialkabel GmbH in Bietigheim has presented the first robot cable for UV-cured lining systems with two coaxial cables.
18th August 2017

Maintenance-free conductor clamps provide contacts in no time

Maintenance-free conductor clamps provide contacts in no time
When manufacturing control gear and switchgear systems, wires and cables routinely have to be connected to copper busbars. The conventional approach is time-consuming and uses screw clamps or fixed conductor connection clamps. But help is at hand, thanks to the launch of a new range of maintenance-free conductor connection clamps from Rittal. The clamps utilise push-in technology, providing users with a fast, easy and secure method for connecting conductors to busbars.
17th August 2017

Receptacles open up PCB connection options

Receptacles open up PCB connection options
Now available in Europe through TTI are Minitek 2.0mm receptacles from Amphenol FCI. The receptacles are a fully modular system enabling all types of connections between PCBs, wires and flat cables. The 2mm spacing allows up to 38% space saving compared to traditional modular systems.
16th August 2017

Wireless communications cables comply with EU CPR

Wireless communications cables comply with EU CPR
Global designer and manufacturer of cable, antenna and tower systems providing total-package solutions for wireless and broadcast infrastructure, Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), now offers a comprehensive range of RADIAFLEX radiating cables and CELLFLEX feeder cables that are certified as compliant with the European Union’s (EU’s) Construction Products Regulation (CPR). The RFS cables meet the requirements of the following European standard for fire performance in cables to comply with Regulation (EU) No 305/2011: EN 50575.
15th August 2017

Radiating cable connectors have low PIM rating

Radiating cable connectors have low PIM rating
  Global designer and manufacturer of cable, antenna and tower systems providing total-package solutions for wireless and broadcast infrastructure, Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), has introduced a new generation of radiating cable connectors that are specifically designed to meet operators’ needs for lower passive intermodulation (PIM) and faster, easier installations.
15th August 2017

There is a growing need for more USB charging outlets

There is a growing need for more USB charging outlets
We’ve all been in a situation where our phones are going to die, and we really need a plug socket to hand in that café, waiting room and train station, and do you what would be even handier, a special USB smartphone charging outlet. In fact more than half (58%) of 2,000 UK adults would like to see more public buildings feature special USB smartphone charging outlets, a survey has revealed.
15th August 2017

Cable theft is leading to severe delays on UK railways

Cable theft is leading to severe delays on UK railways
Despite a drop in reported incidents, cable theft is still causing major delays to the rail network according to British Transport Police’s crime stats for 2016/17 (published this month). A study of the data by VPS Site Security shows that cable theft is still occurring five times a week. The BTP Authority, who oversee the transport police force, also records the subsequent delays and disruptions to passengers was 23,670 minutes. This is half the previous year, but still equivalent of cable theft causing network delays of over an hour a day.
15th August 2017


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