The importance of cable verification, qualification and certification08 March, 2019 by Wayne Allen, Regional Marketing Engineer | Supplied by: Fluke Networks
When it comes to testing a cabling installation, there are essentially three choices: verification, qualification and certification.
HARTING PushPull second-generation connectors03 September, 2018 | Supplied by: HARTING Pty Ltd
HARTING's PushPull connector variants are available for use in a wide variety of environments. The connectors are easy to plug in and unplug, and install quickly due to the ergonomic housing.
NTI VOPEX-C64K18GB-4 4K 4-port HDMI splitter/extender10 August, 2018 | Supplied by: Interworld Electronics and Computer Industries
The VOPEX-C64K18GB-4 4K HDMI splitter/extender simultaneously distributes uncompressed Ultra-HD 4Kx2K HDMI video, multichannel audio and IR control from one video source to up to four displays and speakers, each located up to 30.5 m away via CATx cable.
WAGO PCB Terminal Blocks06 August, 2018 | Supplied by: WAGO Pty Ltd
The WAGO PCB Terminal Blocks are rated for 4, 6 and 16 mm2 conductor cross-sections and can be operated either with or without a tool.
SCHURTER DG11 IEC plug and circuit breaker24 July, 2018 | Supplied by: SCHURTER (S) PTE LTD
The DG11 multimount power entry module includes the IEC plug C14/C18 with the integrated device circuit breaker TA35 to meet the requirements of a variety of applications.
L-Boxx Mini splicing connector sets11 July, 2018 | Supplied by: WAGO Pty Ltd
The 221 Series 4 and 6 mm2 splicing connectors are now available in two different L-Boxx Mini sets. The sets include an assortment of WAGO's splicing connectors for different types of wires and a range of cross-sections.
WAGO 221 Series COMPACT splicing connectors10 July, 2018 | Supplied by: WAGO Pty Ltd
WAGO's 221 Series splicing connectors are easy, fast and safe to use, and now offer a model for conductors up to 6 mm2 (10 AWG).
Fischer LP360 wearable connector14 June, 2018 | Supplied by: Electus Distribution
The Fischer LP360, the first product in the Fischer Freedom Series, meets design engineers' needs for connecting portable and body-worn applications quickly and easily.
Charge your smartphone on an outdoor table21 May, 2018
Consumers now have the ability to recharge a phone by placing it on a table with innovative inductive charging.
GES High Voltage Series MC multipin high-voltage connectors30 April, 2018 | Supplied by: VGL Allied Connectors
GES High Voltage has upgraded its Series MC multipin high-voltage connectors, designed for 2–5 pins and operating voltages up to 15 kVDC. The design was overhauled with the aim of increasing user benefits.
Würth Elektronik eiSos WR-BTB board-to-board connectors12 April, 2018 | Supplied by: Wurth Electronics Australia Pty
Würth Elektronik eiSos has expanded its portfolio of board-to-board connectors to include the WR-BTB series of plugs and receptacles with collars and chamfers in 1 mm and 0.8 mm pitch.
GES High Voltage Series 100 single-pin high-voltage connectors09 April, 2018 | Supplied by: VGL Allied Connectors
GES High Voltage has optimised its Series 100 single-pin high-voltage connectors, designed for operating voltages up to 100 kV DC. The connectors now come in high-quality PTFE according to IEC 60664 and a CTI-value of 600.
RECOM R-78S3.3-0.1-EVM-1/STM-1 breakout board06 April, 2018 | Supplied by: RECOM Power GmbH
RECOM has released a breakout board to connect the SensorTile from STMicroelectronics to RECOM's R-78S evaluation board. The technology enables the SensorTile to draw a stable 3.3 V from a single AA battery down to voltages as low as 0.65 V.
Hammond Electronics 19″ rackmount and standalone power distribution strips01 March, 2018 | Supplied by: Hammond Electronics Pty Ltd
Hammond Electronics has extended its power distribution offering with an additional 12 variants of rackmounting and standalone 100–240 VAC, 50/60 Hz 10 A power strips, designed for use with IEC power cords.
Take 1 cm off your cable to reduce PIM19 February, 2018 | Supplied by: Hughes Electronics
Adjusting a jumper cable length by as little as 1 cm can significantly influence passive intermodulation (PIM), according to a new study.