Plugs, cables & interconnects

Single row nano connectors

10 April, 2007

Omnetics, a leading USA manufacturer of miniature high rel connectors, has launched a single row version of its Nano-Miniature Bi-lobe 0.635 mm pitch connector family, designed to deliver ultra-reliable signal contact direct from the PCB into the connector. With a profile of only 2.92 mm high, these connectors incorporate Omnetics' proven Nano Flex Pin contact and are the lowest profile metal-shelled connector available on the market.

Connector technology

19 February, 2007 | Supplied by:

Harwin's Hot Shoe technology connectors employ spring-loaded or compliant contacts, which maintain a positive contact force against the mating half of the connector, ensuring reliable connection even under the most demanding conditions.

RF cables and connectors distributor appointed

08 February, 2007

RFI Industries has been appointed Australian and New Zealand distributor for Coaxial Components Corporation (Coaxicom).

Cable plugs

15 January, 2007 | Supplied by:

Samtec Tiger Eye contacts are used in Micro Mate discrete wire cable plugs (SFSD series) to provide cable-to-board for the TFM/SFM series board-to-board interconnect system.

Connectors for industrial ethernet

08 November, 2006 | Supplied by:

LTW Technology offers innovative Asian design and manufacturing for waterproof connectors. Now dealing with industrial ethernet, LTW has extended its product and service capabilities to provide quality waterproof connectors for industrial applications.

Connectors for industrial ethernet

06 September, 2006 | Supplied by:

Innovation for today's advancement is offered by LTW Technology, the leader in design and manufacturing Asia's best waterproof connectors. Now dealing with Industrial Ethernet, LTW extends its products and services providing the finest waterproof connector for your industrial applications.

How to develop a 10 Gb connector

05 April, 2006 | Supplied by: Bishop & Associates

The design process for a high-speed connector is coloured by the experiences of the individual designer and his/her exposure to different aspects and requirements of the products he or she has developed in the past

Harwin's M80 Connector Series

02 March, 2006 | Supplied by:

Harwin's M80 Connector Series delivers certified reliability in military, aerospace and medical applications.

Push-pull connector

01 February, 2006 | Supplied by:

ODU Connector Systems of Germany has appointed Clarke & Severn Electronics as its new partner in Australia. ODU specialises in cylindrical connectors for medical & scientific applications in its Mini-Snap, Mini-Snap PC and Medi-Snap series and High Power/Mixed Combination matable connectors in their MAC (Modular Attachable Connector).

Internet by cable

09 January, 2006 | Supplied by:

NetComm has introduced a range of internet protocol digital subscriber line access multiplexers (IP DSLAMs) to enable the delivery of high-speed broadband internet access in pre-wired buildings.

Compliant connectors

06 December, 2005 | Supplied by:

Erni says that the CompactPCI Express PICMG EXP.0 R1.0 specification is supported by compliant ERmet ZD and HM ERmet connectors.

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-sub

04 November, 2005 | Supplied by:

Horizon Electronics can reterminate bus cables to D-sub connectors in small volumes.

Connectors down

16 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 expanded

12 April, 2005 | Supplied by:

Molex has added two cordset and receptacle versions to its RJ45 product family.

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