PEI-Genesis is one of the world’s fastest assemblers of precision connectors and cable assemblies. Our proprietary automation allows us to assemble, from one of the largest inventories of electronic components, to our customer’s specific requirements. PEI develops engineered solutions that support the military, industrial, medical, aerospace, transportation and energy sectors worldwide.
Podcast discusses what affordable EVs mean for connector market
As EV prices become more affordable, the widespread transition to greener vehicles comes closer to fruition.
Divulging the secrets of the electrical connector industry
To keep engineers, technicians, and business leaders up to date with the latest news and innovations from the world of electrical connectors, interconnect specialist PEI-Genesis has launched the PEI Connects podcast.
Considerations for aerospace and military electrical connectors
Electrical connector specialist PEI-Genesis has released a new guide to aerospace and military electrical connectors to help engineers select the best equipment to ensure operational success.
A look inside the secret world of connectors
Connector manufacturer PEI-Genesis has released an infographic showing the major parts of an industrial connector.
PEI-Genesis announces acquisition of Bel Stewart s.r.o
PEI-Genesis has acquired Czech Republic-based Bel Stewart s.r.o., a manufacturer and supplier of passive systems in the field of data and telecommunication interconnection technologies.
PEI-Genesis announces opening of new production facility
PEI-Genesis, a global specialist in the design and assembly of custom engineered interconnect solutions, announces the opening of a new production site in Philadelphia, PA.
High performance D-Sub connectors for harsh environments
D-Subminiature electrical connectors, commonly known as D-Subs, have been around for decades, and are often used in everything from military, space, commercial aerospace, medical, industrial and transport applications.
PEI-Genesis announce expansion into Southern Asia-Pacific
PEI-Genesis has announced it expansion into Southern Asia-Pacific region. This follows with the opening of the company’s new sales office in Singapore in December 2022. The company placed its first APAC footprint in Zhuhai, China in 2015. Since then, it has opened sales offices in 10 major APAC markets.
Design considerations for fibre optic connectors
Fibre optic technology is a crucial part of modern technology, as businesses demand faster, more secure communication systems for their network operations. Therefore, suitable fibre optic interconnection options are needed. Here Craig Burgess, Head of Proprietary Products at PEI-Genesis, discusses the design consideration for high-quality fibre optic connectors.
PEI-Genesis buys supplier partner Testco
PEI-Genesis has acquired California-based Testco, a supplier of passive, electromechanical, and interconnect components.
PEI-Genesis, Nicomatic seal global deal
PEI-Genesis has signed a global distribution agreement with France-based Nicomatic.
Bolster EV charging infrastructure to reach net zero
Despite the proposed £1.6bn funding from the UK Government for more EV charging points, many people question whether electrification of our roads is enough to allow us to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
PEI-Genesis expands connector operations in Germany
As a result of the UK’s exit from the EU, PEI-Genesis has expanded its operations by establishing a German legal entity to provide cost savings and support the needs of local customers in Europe, particularly Germany.
Electrical connectors for the new age of farming
From the monitoring drones that analyse the farmland, the sensors that monitor soil conditions, to the unmanned farming vehicles that harvest the crops, the way we farm is changing.
Connectors for healthcare at home
With the advancement of medical technology over the past 20 years, doctors can now deliver some healthcare services remotely while their patients remain in the comfort of their homes.
A look into the post-pandemic connector market
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused substantial disruptions across the engineering sector over the last 18 months, with businesses facing challenges such as changing market requirements, stock shortages and longer lead times. The electrical connector market was no exception to this. Here Shaun Findley, European Director of Product and Purchasing at electrical connector specialist PEI-Genesis, discusses why, despite the disruption caused by the pande...
D-Sub demand drives PEI-Genesis expansion
PEI-Genesis has extended its partnership with global connector manufacturer Positronic across Europe and Africa. The expansion comes after considerable demand from customers in these regions. As of June 25th, 2021, engineers in Africa and Europe can benefit from PEI-Genesis’s value-add service of Positronic connectors.
Using reverse bayonet connectors in harsh environments
Reverse bayonet connectors are one of the most reliable connectors on the market for harsh environments and can make all the difference in applications where failure is costly. Here John Skinner, European Product Manager at electrical connector specialist PEI-Genesis, has explained what has given reverse bayonets their stellar reputation as reliable and robust connectors.
Considerations for oil and gas electrical connectors
When we think of oil and gas missions, we tend to imagine huge offshore rigs or donkeys in the middle of the desert swinging tirelessly. Smaller components like electrical connectors are often overlooked, but crucial tasks like drilling or extractions would be impossible without them. Here Shaun Findley, European Director of Product and Purchasing at oil and gas connector supplier PEI-Genesis, has discussed some of the key factors to c...
The benefits of using a D-Sub connector in industry
D-Subminiature connectors, commonly called D-Subs, have been around for nearly 70 years, being used in everything from aerospace and military applications, to the medical and automation sectors. Here John Skinner, European Product Manager at PEI-Genesis, explains why, despite its age, plant managers shouldn’t write off the versatile D-Sub connector.