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Miniaturised circular connectors for rapid assembly use pick-and-place

Miniaturised circular connectors for rapid assembly use pick-and-place
A surface-mount version of HARTING’s M12 miniature circular connectors has been introduced, which are compatible with rapid assembly processes using automated pick-and-place systems. The automated assembly of printed circuit boards is expanding to include ever more components.
6th March 2017

RF/coaxial connectors target telecommunications applications

RF/coaxial connectors target telecommunications applications
More than 190 additional devices, including RF and coaxial connectors that target use in wireless telecommunications applications have been added to its range of Samtec connectors by RS Components. Key product types being introduced include: the high-speed and high-density Razor Beam self-mating systems, which reduce inventory costs and are available in a variety of pitches and lead styles for increased flexibility; high-density micro connector systems; and a range of RF connector products including PCB Headers, MMCX connectors and coaxial cable assemblies.
1st March 2017

Impact zX2 meets high-speed application demands

Impact zX2 meets high-speed application demands
Molex has released the Impact zX2 Backplane Connector System, featuring industry-leading density and signal integrity (SI) performance, while supporting data rates of up to 28 Gbps in a modular design. The system utilises Impel patented ground shielding and footprint technology to enhance SI performance. Customers looking to upgrade their line cards to meet ever-increasing data rate requirements can now do so without making major revisions to their existing infrastructure.
1st March 2017


Hermaphroditic push-pull connector has easy assembly

Hermaphroditic push-pull connector has easy assembly
Having introduced its B series to the market, Yamaichi Electronics' S series is now available with a hermaphroditic connector. The S series, like the B series, is implemented in protection class IP50. Yamaichi Electronics is continuing to develop the push-pull circular connector series Y-Circ P.
1st March 2017

Forging a new HVDC link between UK and France

Forging a new HVDC link between UK and France
In consortium with international infrastructure group Balfour Beatty, Prysmian Group has been awarded a new important contract - for the realisation of a new High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) interconnector between France and the UK through the Channel Tunnel.
28th February 2017

New design for S series connector range

New design for S series connector range
    The S series connector is one of the initial designs of the LEMO Push-Pull connector system.
28th February 2017

Angled PCB connector offers space-saving benefits

Angled PCB connector offers space-saving benefits
  A two-piece angled printed-circuit board connector has been introduced by HARTING which allows a standard M12 circular connector to be mounted in a configuration that allows access to space-saving switches.
28th February 2017

Carbon connector suits connecting printed circuit boards

Carbon connector suits connecting printed circuit boards
The Zebra 1002 Carbon Connector from Fujipoly offers electronic device manufacturers an extremely affordable and reliable option for connecting printed circuit boards to a variety of LCD displays. The unique layered construction of this interconnect device includes 240 alternating layers of conductive and non-conductive silicone per inch allowing it to accommodate contact pad spacing as close as .015” (0.38mm).
28th February 2017

Poke-in connectors suitable for LED lighting applications

Poke-in connectors suitable for LED lighting applications
A series of Poke-In Slim Wire connectors have been launched by TE Connectivity (TE) that enable users to make wire-to-board and board-to-board connections quickly and easily. The releasable poke-in contact function, along with a design that accommodates various wire sizes, allows for fast installation and rework; no special tools are required.
27th February 2017

Exploring the undersea world

Exploring the undersea world
The oil and gas sector routinely engages in subsea exploration, an expensive activity costing up to a million dollars a day for vessels, ROVs and personnel. The challenge is to ensure that mission critical equipment is readily available and does not suffer connectivity problems. Christian Taylor, Sustaining Engineering Team Leader at Bulgin, discusses the issues associated with developing new solutions for this market.
24th February 2017


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