Digi-Key and Phoenix Contact Host Data Connectors Webinar
Digi-Key Electronics, which offers a large selection of electronic components in stock for immediate shipment, will host a webinar in collaboration with Phoenix Contact on Tuesday, April 26, at 11 a.m. CDT titled “Connect. Network. Evolve. Phoenix Contact’s Data Connectors.” The webinar will be presented by Guadalupe Chalas, Phoenix Contact senior marketing specialist with a focus on data products.
Digi-Key’s upcoming webinar with Phoenix Contact will cover reliable device connectivity offerings for high-performance data transmission that can support data applications on different devices.
The world is becoming increasingly networked, which means more interfaces per device. This webinar will give attendees an understanding of Phoenix Contact’s versatile data connectivity portfolio for numerous applications within the device, inside the cabinet, and out in the field – from RJ45 through USB, HDMI, and D-SUB to coaxial and FO connections as well as SPE.
This data connectors webinar will cover the following topics:
- The benefits of using terminal blocks for ethernet applications
- Why SPE and RJ45 can enhance device connectivity
- How board-to-board products can enable high-speed board connectivity
- Device connectivity and cabling solutions for data transmission
“Phoenix Contact delivers on high-performance data connectors that provide versatile connection solutions for numerous applications,” said Eric Halvorson, partnership marketing manager - strategic programs at Digi-Key. “We’re excited to partner with them on this webinar to share with our customers and partners what this extensive portfolio of connectors for data transmission are capable of.”
“Phoenix Contact offers reliable connectivity for any need, with solutions that support both traditional networking applications and new technologies that further enable industry 4.0 and IIoT,” Phoenix Contact’s Guadalupe Chalas said. “We continue to evolve with our customers by launching solutions like SPE and APL to meet the networking connectivity needs of devices in harsh industrial environments.”
Chalas has an extensive background in the design of high-speed interconnects for automotive applications. She has three patents in connector design, and has held roles in R&D, product development and product management for automotive and industrial high-speed connectivity solutions.