Connectors handle up to 750A for rugged power applications
Hypertac’s new HBB connectors combine high current handling capability with small size and exceptional environmental performance for demanding power systems applications. The HBB range is suitable for use in all types of high-power applications. This is particularly applicable to electric drives used in fighting vehicles, weapons systems, ground-based and airborne avionics systems, rail transport and the automotive and medical sectors.
New connector range offers size and robustness advantages to the military
Hypertac’s new SnapTac connectors offer designers of military systems improved signal integrity, IP67 sealing and the robustness required for use in extreme environments. The SnapTac connectors combine the company’s high-reliability hyperboloid contact technology with the mechanical features of a spring-loaded contact. The connectors have been designed for high-speed data-audio-video transmission by upgrading commercial Ethernet, USB, IEEE ...
Lapp’s latest Cable Gland Protects Against Cable Bending
Leading cable solutions provider, Lapp Ltd, has launched an extension to its range of SKINTOP® CLICK cable glands. As a result, this market leading cable insertion system for control cabinets now has an additional spiral to protect against bending and to protect and secure flexible cables.
ITT launches new connector website
A new connector website (www.ittcannon.com) has been launched by ITT to provide designers and customers with comprehensive information and design know-how. The completely redesigned site focuses on the company’s industry-leading brands – Cannon, VEAM, and BIW.
SAS interconnects support data rates of 6 to 10 Gbps
TTI, Inc. has announced a range of mini Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) interconnects that support data transmission rates of 6 to 10 Gbps in server and storage applications, doubling the capacity of first-generation SAS connectors. Designated, miniSAS, the SCSI interconnects are manufactured by the 3M Electronics Solutions Division.
Handbook provides information on Amphenol circular connectors
International franchised assembling distributor PEI-Genesis has brought out Version 2 of its Amphenol Connector Solutions Guide. The handbook has been completely updated and for the first time includes MIL-DTL-38999 Series I, II and III circular connectors, as well as Amphenol’s SJT variant.
Sensor actuator cable flexes 60 million times
igus will be exhibiting its latest sensor actuator cable for tight bending radii at the forthcoming EMO show. The new Chainflex CF98.INI cable is designed for bend radii of 4xd and smaller and has been proven to work even after 60 million cycles, thanks to the use of new cable materials.
New interconnection system for small lighting devices from Tyco Electronics
Tyco Electronics has developed a new interconnection system for the fast growing market for small lighting devices such as LEDs, mini CFLs, OLEDs and mini halogen lamps. A small footprint makes new 7.5mm Mini HVL connectors ideal for lighting applications where small size and easy interconnection are prime requirements, for example shop and household furniture, display cabinets and mountable lighting.
New connector design for easy connection
The new 9175 connector from passive and connectors specialist AVX’s Elco Europe Division, now added to the portfolio of TTI, Inc., allows users to easily connect individual wires to a single row of contacts using IDC technology. Currently available as 2-and 3-way IDC connectors, the device is both low-profile (3.45mm) with a small PCB footprint (2 way: 5.0x2.5mm, 3 way: 7.5x2.5mm), saving precious space on PCBs. A dedicated single-wire insertio...
PoweredUSB cable assemblies from GTK simplify system wiring
Newly available from connector and component manufacturer GTK is a series of PoweredUSB cable assemblies designed for both power and signal applications. PoweredUSB connection systems provide a single cable connection that supplies both the standard USB communication signals and two additional wire pairs for extra power. One of the limitations of standard USB is the amount of +5V current available to supply attached peripherals. This is sufficien...