Where in the world do connectors fit?05 December, 2005 by John MacWilliams, Senior Consultant & Analyst, Bishop & Associates | Supplied by: Bishop & Associates
Whether you design or purchase connectors, understanding connector technology and discussing technology trends requires a basic look at where connectors fit into the world of electrical/electronic applications. This article explains that relationship
Bus cables to D-sub04 November, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.horizone.com.au/
Horizon Electronics can reterminate bus cables to D-sub connectors in small volumes.
Connectors down16 April, 2005
The World Connector Business Index (CBI) dropped in December to 3.191 from 3.423 in November. All regions dropped except China, which is now 3.531 from 3.509 in November. Japan is still below 3.000, but improved slightly to 2.901 in December from 2.895 in November.
Cord range expanded12 April, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.molexpn.com.au/
Molex has added two cordset and receptacle versions to its RJ45 product family.
MT cable assemblies03 March, 2005 | Supplied by: Molex Premise Networks Pty Ltd
The high-density MT cable assemblies create space saving on the front panel by making configurations up to 72 fibres possible, while reducing installation times and lowering applied costs.
Bronze-plated coaxial connectors03 February, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.rfindustries.com.au/
The Pulse N-201 connector from RFI utilises a white bronze plating finish, providing tarnish resistance and improved electrical performance.
Flat tinned copper earth braids03 February, 2005 | Supplied by: http://www.nhp.com.au/
Comprising over 70 sizes, the flat tinned copper range from Erico can be used for applications from 30 to 360 A.
Changing industry for connectors17 January, 2005
A research report providing a description of the major connector initiatives and their impact on technology driving the connector industry has been published by Bishop & Assoc in the US. The aim of the report is to create a resource for understanding the new technologies, their purpose and uniqueness and to provide a basis for determining their viability in an ever-changing world of electronic systems.
Tab connectors12 October, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.tycoelectronics.com/
The AMP PIDG tabs consist of a solid metal tab with plastic insulation on the crimp end. The metal support sleeve under the insulation crimps tightly onto the wire insulation, providing good grip in high vibration.
DIN rail connectors12 October, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.tycoelectronics.com/
The DIN rail adapter for Mate-N-Lok cap housings allows wire and harness installers to bring two ends of a cable assembly or wire harness together at a DIN rail mounted location.
D-SUB connector range07 September, 2004 | Supplied by: Adilam Technologies
Harting has extended its D-SUB connector range with a water resistant series manufactured to IP67.
Interface link12 May, 2004 | Supplied by: http://www.ni.com/oceania
National Instruments has announced MXI-4, a high-speed serial interface link compatible with the latest PCI standards commonly found in high-performance servers and workstations.
Field terminable connector17 December, 2003 | Supplied by: Molex Premise Networks Pty Ltd
Molex Premise Networks has released Xpress-Lock - the field terminable MT-RJ connector, designed in accordance with the industry FOCIS intermateability standard (TIE/EIA-604-12).
Cable ties and straps28 November, 2003 | Supplied by: Velcro Australia Pty Ltd
One-Wrap cable ties and straps are a wrap-around, self-gripping cable tidy for computer cables, fibre optics, power tool leads, etc.
PC cable tester28 November, 2003 | Supplied by: element14
A standalone cable wiring configuration tester to identify and test most common PC connection leads includes a range of connector types and is suitable for testing data cables, network cables, printer cables, monitor cables, modem cables, mouse cables, game cables, USB cables, etc.