Electronic Products & Technology


Category
Interconnect


Product
October 23, 2018 by Stephen Law

Push-button terminal blocks deliver positive operating feedback

WAGO TOPJOB S line of DIN rail mount terminal blocks include push-button actuation. Orange push-buttons on both sides of the unit clearly identify where the operating tool must be applied – simply press down on push-button with the operating tool,…
Product
October 17, 2018 by Stephen Law

Cable assembly configuration incorporates micro-miniature connector

AMPHENOL RF Small form factor AMC4 connector becomes part of an SMA cable assembly line on 1.13mm cable. Assembly is suitable for IoT applications that require space efficient, economical designs. The SMA to AMC4 cable assemblies boost electrical performance from…
Feature
October 16, 2018 by Jean-Marie Buchilly, new product development manager, Fischer Connectors

Rugged connectors and the power of high-speed communication protocols

No one has to tell an engineer that modern equipment demands high-speed data transfer. However, making sure those high speeds are maintained continues to challenge the best of us. It makes sense that engineers look closely at all components, including…
News
October 14, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Samtec acquires PCI

Samtec Inc., global manufacturer of electronic interconnect solutions, has acquired the assets and going-forward business relationship of Precision Connector Inc. (PCI). For more than 25 years PCI has specialized in the design and manufacture of precision RF and microwave coaxial…
News
October 12, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Boréas seeks to disrupt piezoelectric haptics market

After a long period of relative inactivity where haptics research was confined to a fairly tight group of companies and academics, the industry is about to be significantly disrupted and transformed by newer technology options. Boréas Technologies of Bromont Quebec…
Product
October 12, 2018 by Stephen Law

Miniature circular interconnects serve military applications

ITT CANNON Nemesis II CBA 20M+ is our next generation miniature circular interconnect for military applications designed and tested for water submersion to 20+ Meters (65.6 Feet). Small, lightweight and highly reliable, devices blend high speed, high mating and quick termination…
Product
October 10, 2018 by Stephen Law

Ethernet connector enables miniaturization

HARTING ix Industrial Ethernet connector is a smaller and more rugged connector than the standard RJ45, providing Cat. 6A performance for 1/10Gbit/s Ethernet at the control Level. The socket size of the device is 70% smaller than the standard RJ45,…
Feature
October 9, 2018 by Peter Dent LEMO UK, Mario Colacino, LEMO Canada

Challenges of ‘connecting’ within the nuclear power industry

The nuclear power industry demands long-term reliable solutions designed for the most severe environments.
Product
October 7, 2018 by Stephen Law

MIL standard compliant coaxial connector locks easily

HIROSE SMP Series mmWave MIL compliant coaxial connector provides a user-friendly push-on lock and is available in wide variations including plug, jack, adapter and terminator. Device delivers high frequency performance up to 40Ghz, as well as high contact reliability and…
News
October 6, 2018 by EP&T Magazine

Heilind partners with Mersen

Specialized interconnect distributor expands its global presence in circuit protection
Product
October 5, 2018 by Stephen Law

Spring-loaded connectors come with solder cup

MILL-MAX 868 series highly durable spring-loaded and target connectors are available with solder-cup terminations. The 4 mm pitch product series includes wire termination spring-loaded and target connectors that include solder-cups to accommodate wire and cable attachment along with flanged insulators…
Product
October 3, 2018 by Stephen Law

Colour-coded terminal blocks avoid bad termination

BLOCKMASTER Jelly Beans JB6 Series of modular thermoplastic terminal blocks come in multiple colours for ease in identifying terminations and preventing costly field wiring mistakes. Products can eliminate the issue of installers terminating the wrong wire to the wrong terminal.…