The Würth Elektronik WR-COM USB 2.0 Type-C presents a horizontal receptacle and vertical plug versions of the symmetrical connector based on the older USB standard.
SCHURTER introduces its 4750 series IEC Connector Type F strip blocks to meet the demands of power distribution in data centres.
Researchers developed polymer materials for making the optical links necessary to connect chip-based photonic components with board-level circuits or optical fibres.
DIGITUS has released its DK-1743, DK-1843 and DK-TP series Ethernet cables, each of which sits in a different cable category.
The connectors are available in two configurations: a two-RF signal line with a 1 A power line and an alternative option with four RF signal lines with no power.
The designers of the wind-powered boat SP80 have chosen Fischer Connectors for the data-transmission solutions interconnecting its various sensors.
The product embeds the AltaCore MIL-STD-1553 protocol engine directly into the 1553 USB cable assembly. It thus gives the user access to all the 1553 BC, RT and BM controls of board-based products via USB connection.
The product embeds the MIL-STD-1553 protocol engine, AltaCore, directly into the Thunderbolt cable assembly.
The NLINE-UA429 connects ARINC devices to notebooks, desktops and servers via USB 3.0 SuperSpeed.
The portfolio offers low insertion loss, plus voltage standing wave ratios (VSWR) of <1.15 (max) for adaptors and <1.20 for cable assemblies.
Almost everyone has heard about jack cables, plugs and sockets, but where exactly are they used?