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UK made bayonet locking connectors meet MIL-DTL-26482
Lane Electronics has made available the Weald Electronics LMH series of bayonet locking circular connector systems designed to meet the requirements of MIL-DTL-26482 Series 1. Their cost-effective combination of price, size, weight, contact size, robustness and reliable quick-connect makes LMH connectors popular for a wide range of applications across many different industry sectors.
Connectors for hybrid and electric racing platforms
It’s hard to avoid todays green electric vehicle (EV) revolution since it’s all over the front pages right now as manufacturers announce new vehicles as well as their plans to replace the current polluting models in time for the deadlines set by various countries. In the UK that’s as soon as 2030 but, before that deadline, many areas of autosport will have migrated to fully electric only power.
RF interconnections for Mil/Aero applications
Lane Electronics has made available a wide-ranging package of RF connectors, cables, lightning protectors and RF power limiters designed to connect and protect installations and systems across a broad range of Mil/Aero applications.
Hybrid Rectangular Connectors designed for harsh conditions
Lane Electronics has made available a series of 2mm pitch, 2-part rectangular connectors that have been designed for demanding, high reliability applications. Manufactured by the leading interconnection specialist company Nicomatic, the CMM micro-connector series meets and in some case exceeds the requirements of MIL-DTL-55302F and BS-9525-F0033.
Connectors on rapid delivery times with access to specialist tech and sales teams
Despite the promise of two approved vaccines being rolled out, Lockdown 3 may once again challenge supply chains and Lane Electronics, the specialist connector distributor continues to support its customers who need standard and custom connector solutions.
Approved Custom Connector Assemblies delivered in 24 hours
Customers needing urgent delivery of connector assemblies based around Souriau 8STA motorsport and Souriau 8D/D38999 Aluminium variants will be keen to learn that Lane Electronics has added more specialist equipment in its VAD assembly area as part of its ongoing investment to reduce delivery timescales while also increasing its overall production efficiency.
Heat shrink moulded shapes for demanding environments
Lane Electronics has introduced a wide selection of heat shrink moulded shapes designed to protect and insulate across many electrical and electronic applications. Manufactured by HellermannTyton, the moulded shapes are available from Lane as individual components or as part of a complete connector solution assembled by Lane to order.
High power connectors can handle up to 850A
Lane Electronics has made available a series of power connectors designed to meet the most demanding applications where high power and shielding are required. Applications will include all types of military vehicles as well as electric vehicle (EV) platforms.
Two-part PCB connectors for demanding applications
Lane Electronics has made available two series of two-part printed circuit board connectors designed for use where high resistance to vibration and total reliability is essential. These include military and aerospace systems as well as applications across many high-end industry sectors.
Devices protect against Lightning and EMP
Lane Electronics has introduced a range of devices from HUBER+SUHNER that includes a comprehensive selection of lightning and surge protectors covering all major protection technologies, frequency bands, installation options and interfaces.
UK made Circular connectors and accessories meet MIL-DTL-26482
The Weald Electronics LMH range of bayonet coupling connectors is designed specifically to meet the requirements of MIL-DTL-26482 Series 1 as well as Patt 105 and is manufactured to IECQ-CECC spec BS/CECC 75201-003 and BS 9522 F0017. As a result, the connectors are suitable for a wide variety of military and demanding industrial applications including communications and test and measurement.
Fibre optic connections in the latest military systems
In recent years, the military and aerospace sectors have become major adopters of fibre optic technology across a wide variety of land based, shipborne and airborne communications systems. According to Nick Wheeler at Lane Electronics, the use of fibre optic cable and connector systems is an obvious choice where the demand is for very high data speeds coupled with security and stability in what can often be harsh environments.
Tiny lightweight connector package for motorsport
Lane Electronics has added new connectors and connector assemblies to its motorsport product portfolio. Lane is well known for providing high performance electronic connector solutions where the application or the environment places huge demands on the integrity of the connection. Lane’s Motorsport Division bases its product offering around four manufacturers – Souriau and Nicomatic for the connectors, Weald Electronics for acces...
Connectors from Lane Electronics for the medical sector
Lane Electronics, the specialist connector solutions distributor, makes it easier for customers to quickly specify and purchase a wide range of connectors for the many different and diverse medical equipment applications. According to Lane’s Nick Wheeler, this is particularly important right now for manufacturers and users of medical equipment and systems who need short leadtimes across a wide range of connector options, while continuing to...
Lane Electronics gets Silver from BAE
FC Lane Electronics announced it won a Silver Tier Award for exceptional performance and contributions to supply chain success in 2019 for BAE Systems’ Electronic Systems sector. FC Lane Electronics was selected from a pool of more than 2,200 suppliers that worked with the sector in 2019.
Lane Electronics – making it easy to connect
Specialist connector solutions distributor Lane Electronics has remodelled much of its technical and sales support and assembly operations to provide both designers and buyers with an almost normal service during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Lane’s Nick Wheeler, the changes mean Lane can continue to support customers during the present market uncertainty and possible supply chain fragility, as well as making us even mo...
Space saving connector system meets MIL-DTL-83513
Lane Electronics has made available a miniature connector system designed for use in harsh environments where a key requirement is to save space. This makes the Nicomatic EMM series ideal for use in motorsport applications in areas throughout the vehicle platform including floorpan harnessing and removable body sections.
UK-made high-performance connector backshells
Weald Electronics has announced a new family of backshells for MIL-DTL-26482 Series 1 and MIL-DTL- 38999 Series III and IV connector systems. The LMA19 series are sealing and strain relief backshells which Weald has produced in many sizes and in a variety of RoHS compliant finishes. According to Weald, those who need to use connector systems that meet the requirements of MIL-DTL-26482/38999 will be very interested to learn that Weald’s...
Lane Electronics joins the ADS Group
Leading connector specialist distributor Lane Electronics announces it has joined the ADS Group, the UK trade association that represents companies operating within the aerospace, defence, security and space industries. With a wide ranging electrical, electronic and optical interconnection product offering, Lane Electronics is a major supplier to the industry sectors embraced by the ADS Group and looks forward to being an active member ...
Circular cable and chassis data connectors
Lane Electronics has made available two cable and chassis connector series from the leading circular connector specialist Neutrik. According to Lane Electronics, Neutrik leads the way in providing interconnection solutions for the professional audio and entertainment sectors but these two connector series will also find wide application in areas of industry where the need for total data signal integrity is paramount.