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Molex Incorporated

  • Molex 2222 Wellington Court Lisle, IL 60532-1682
    United States of America
  • 1 800-78MOLEX
  • http://www.molex.com
  • (1) 630-968-8356

Molex Incorporated Articles

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Analysis
17th March 2009
Molex Adds Fully-Automated LED Bonding Capabilities in China

Molex has increased its manufacturing footprint by adding fully-automated LED bonding capabilities in China. Molex also recently bonded its 500,000,000th LED on a membrane switch using the latest high-speed SMT processes and bonding technology. The company has been applying LEDs to flex circuits for over 20 years through two innovative methods to bond and encapsulate the components for robust electrical and mechanical reliability, providing custo...

Cables/Connecting
11th March 2009
Molex Stac64 Connection System Meets Electronic Device Requirements in Today’s Vehicles

Molex has introduced the Stac64 connection system, which provides single and multi-pocket PCB solutions to offer a diverse range of circuit sizes and greatly reduce time-to-market by completely eliminating custom tooling.

Optoelectronics
5th March 2009
Molex Fibre Optical Terminus System now Integrates Polymicro Large Core Optical Fibres

Molex Incorporated and Polymicro Technologies, a subsidiary of Molex, announced today that Molex LumaCore-based interconnects can incorporate Polymicro's large core, optical fibres. Optical system designers now have a complete solution to connect large core optical fibres used for data, sensing and optical power transmission.

Optoelectronics
5th March 2009
Molex Fibre Optical Terminus System now Integrates Polymicro Large Core Optical Fibres

Molex Incorporated and Polymicro Technologies, a subsidiary of Molex, announced today that Molex LumaCore-based interconnects can incorporate Polymicro's large core, optical fibres. Optical system designers now have a complete solution to connect large core optical fibres used for data, sensing and optical power transmission.

Cables/Connecting
26th February 2009
Molex Introduces HD&S Interposer with Neoconix’s PCBeam Interconnect Technology

Molex and Neoconix have developed a flexible copper high-density and speed (HD&S) interposer in a tool-less, easy-to-use configuration. Available now, Molex’s FlexBeam Tool-Less Copper Flex Interposer is a low-profile, flex-to-board interface that provides densities of 1.00mm (.039”) or less in a variety of pin-matrix configurations. The combination of Molex’s high speed copper flex assembly integrated with Neoconix’s ...

Cables/Connecting
20th February 2009
Molex Introduces New 85 Ohm Addition to Impact Backplane Connector System

Molex has introduced the latest addition to its Impact backplane connector family of products, Impact 85 Ohm, to meet the growing demands of next generation server, storage and data networking equipment. Molex’s new Impact 85 Ohm connector system is designed to support the Intel Quick Path Interconnect (QPI) standard, PCI Express Generation 2.0 and 3.0, as well as any proprietary system design where 85 Ohm differential impedance is desired.

Cables/Connecting
18th February 2009
Molex Unveils EdgeLine 12.5 Gbps Edge Card and CoPlanar Connectors

Molex has introduced EdgeLine, a family of one-piece, low-cost connectors supporting high-speed signal transmissions using a card edge interface and a vertical or right angle insertion. Molex’s EdgeLine 12.5 Gbps Edge Card and CoPlanar connectors are a flexible and scalable solution for a wide variety of low- to mid-range telecom, computing, and storage applications.

Cables/Connecting
6th February 2009
HSAutoLink from Molex supports 1394 Copper Automotive Specification

Molex has announced that its HSAutoLink cable connection system fully supports the new 1394 Trade Association Automotive specification The new specification, which was introduced in July last year, extends the original IDB- 1394 Automotive Standard that stipulates the use of optical media to include operation over cabling media.

Cables/Connecting
26th January 2009
Molex Showcases Interconnect Technologies at DesignCon 2009

Molex Incorporated will present several demonstrations showing its newest and highest performing interconnect solutions at DesignCon 2009, which is held in Santa Clara, CA, 2nd - 5th February. During this year’s show, visitors to the Molex stand (booth 511) will discover all the latest advances and innovations in interconnect design technology. An impressive array of leading-edge products will be on show, as well as the opportunity to speak...

Boards/Backplanes
10th November 2007
Molex Signs Amphenol as Second-Source for Backplane Interconnect Family

Molex and Amphenol TCS (ATCS) have signed a cross license / second-source licensing agreement that gives ATCS the right to manufacture, market and sell the I-Trac Backplane Connector System worldwide. Molex is pleased to announce this latest development in the Molex-ATCS relationship,” said Martin Slark, Chief Executive Officer of Molex. “The technology behind our I-Trac design offers users unmatched versatility and performance. By pa...

Cables/Connecting
2nd November 2007
Molex Expands Industrial Product Line

Molex has introduced Sealed SFP Assemblies in response to customer demands to incorporate SFP transceivers into sealed panel mounted receptacles. These new solutions also meet a market need for upgrades from a copper Ethernet system to an optical transceiver, or can interchange between the two as requirements demand.

Cables/Connecting
4th August 2007
New Molex Universal EMI Adapter Offers Multiple Optical-Connector Interfaces

The new universal Electro Magnetic Interference (EMI) adapter from Molex gives users the ability to change one half of the optical interface to suit specific applications, while maintaining all functionality and performance benefits of a standard optical adapter.

Cables/Connecting
2nd August 2007
Connectors are Glow-Wire Compatible

Said to be unique to the market, the new 1.27mm (0.050) Picoflex discrete wire connectors from Molex are ideal for power applications up to 2.4A at 250V as well for many signal applications. They comply fully with the stringent glow wire requirements of IEC 60335 and are therefore a convenient and cost effective choice for use in appliances and systems that are likely to operate unattended.

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