Plugs, cables & interconnects

Schurter 2576 and 2578 cord retaining system for IEC C8 appliance inlets

29 January, 2014 | Supplied by: SCHURTER (S) PTE LTD

V-Lock, wire-bail and clamp systems have proven successful in preventing the accidental disconnection of power cords from inlets according to IEC 60320. However, these systems are only available for C14 and C20 appliance inlets. Schurter has developed a cord retention system with specially adapted retaining clips for C8 type inlets. The clips fit the company’ series 2576 flange mount and 2578 snap-in mount inlets.

TE Connectivity passives

08 January, 2014 | Supplied by:

element14 is stocking TE Connectivity passives, comprising power, precision and thick film resistors for applications in power supplies, industrial, instrumentation, automation and control. The portfolio of over 13,500 products includes 3000 recent products such as resistors, potentiometers, filters for EMC/RFI suppression and inductors.

Schurter 5707 and 6100 connectors with seal kits

16 December, 2013 | Supplied by: SCHURTER (S) PTE LTD

Schurter now offers two connector types - 6100 and 5707 - in a version with a sealing kit which guarantees IP54 protection to the cord connectors. The Power Entry Module 5707 contains an IEC style C14 or C18 appliance inlet, one- or two-pole fuse holders and a standard or medical line filter.

Samtec Razor Beam LP product line expanded

11 October, 2013 | Supplied by: Samtec ANZ

Samtec has expanded its Razor Beam LP product line to include an ultrafine-pitch, low-profile system for applications where space is limited and high-speed performance is required.

Conduit clamps and cable brackets

02 October, 2013 | Supplied by: SWIFT Metal Services Pty Ltd

Anchorage Group’s conduit clamps, cable clips and saddles are manufactured from a variety of materials to suit most application. The group produces copper saddles, stainless steel saddles and galvanised saddles of varying thicknesses for light duty through to extreme environments.

Smart devices shake up the connector world

30 August, 2013 by Bob Hult, Bishop & Associates Inc

Mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, have become a disruptive technology that is shaking up the norms of system architecture. Traditional methods of introducing power and managing I/O are undergoing changes that are having major implications for traditional connectors. Read on to find out how.

Anderson Power Products Spec Pak mini 3-pole connector

08 August, 2013 | Supplied by: Soanar Limited

The Spec Pak mini 3-pole connector, from Anderson Power Products, is a small, IP68, sealed connector UL rated to carry up to 22 A per contact at 600 V.

Multitest ecoAmp high-power contactor

14 June, 2013 | Supplied by: Multitest

The ecoAmp high-power Kelvin contactor is a solution for high-power applications of 1000+ amperes. All typical packages and modules for power applications are covered by the ecoAmp, including MOSFETs, drivers, IGBTs, power modules and power packages such as TO, SO and DIP.

Amphenol RJ and USB field series connectors

27 May, 2013 | Supplied by: Connector-Tech ALS Pty Ltd

The Amphenol’s RJ and USB field series of connectors comprises standard RJ45 and USB connectors embedded into rugged waterproof circular military connector housings primarily from the MIL-C-26482 or MIL-DTL-38999 series.

Lemo M-Series connectors

23 May, 2013 | Supplied by: John Barry Group Pty Ltd

For applications including man-portable, vehicle-mounted and aircraft electronics, the Lemo M-Series is said to be the smallest multipin, full-shielded, vibration-secure and sealed connector available.

Samtec Razor Beam interconnects range

21 May, 2013 | Supplied by: Samtec ANZ

The Razor Beam LP interconnects range from Samtec includes an ultralow-profile, micro-pitch system suitable for high-speed performance in space-saving applications.

Phoenix Contact ME-PLC housing system

01 May, 2013 | Supplied by: Phoenix Contact Pty Ltd

The ME-PLC housing system from Phoenix Contact offers plenty of space for electronic components, a pluggable front connector and a mounting rail bus connector on the rear.

Fibre still coming to terms with copper

16 April, 2013 by Bob Hult, Bishop & Associates Inc

Fibre offers a number of specific advantages over copper interfaces, including: much-reduced attenuation and signal distortion over long distances; greatly increased bandwidth; immunity from EMI/ESD; much-reduced cable bulk and weight; reduced latency; no electrical shock hazard or ground loop potential; and greater data security.

Weidmuller IE-CFK-05 DIN rail-mount cable strain relief

10 April, 2013 | Supplied by: Weidmuller Pty Ltd

The IE-CFK-05 DIN rail-mount cable strain relief provides support and relief for ethernet cables once they are attached to industrial switches. This support reduces cable fatigue and helps improve the longevity of the connection point at the switch.

Switchcraft high amperage power jacks and plugs

08 April, 2013 | Supplied by: Clarke & Severn Electronics

Connector specialist Switchcraft has launched a range of higher current power jacks and plugs that are rated to 11 A and 24 VDC.

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