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A Blog on Industrial Ethernet Connectors

Ethernet is becoming one of the mist widely adopted methods of data transfer in interconnection.  It’s high bandwidth and long-established standards it makes for easy adoption into modern connected devices. With the drive towards every device being internet ready adding smart elements to products is becoming a must.  The modern connected home relies on Ethernet […]

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Molex Introduces New D-Sub Earthing Connectors

This week I bring you a quirky new product from Molex the D-Sub Earthing Connector.   Yes, that’s right a earthing point specifically designed around the traditional D-Type Connector.  What’s more it’s waterproof! According to Molex The Earthing Connector protects equipment from stray voltages through a secure and low-impedance connection to earth. The IP66 and IP67 […]

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A Blog on going green with Alpha Wire (again)

In my previous Blog ( http://nicab.co.uk/a-blog-on-interconnection-going-green ) I told you about the development of Alpha Wires’ Eco-Flex range.  Well they have only just gone and done it again! The exciting new development is the introduction to a Zero Halogen, (contains no heavy metals or phthalates) PUR jacket, mopped insulation. Targeted at the industrial user this now […]

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A Blog High Temperature Connectors from ITT Cannon

If you have products that are working in extreme environments but struggle to find connectors that can withstand very high temperatures, then look no further…  Introducing ITT Cannon’s Ultra High-Temp Micro-MDM Connectors. The Ultra High Temp Micro-MDM series is qualification tested to withstand 230º C continuous operating temperature for 500 hours and meets the harsh […]

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New M12 Push-Pull Connector Standard

Molex, Phoenix Contact, Murrelektronik, and Binder are driving the standardization of a non-proprietary push-pull connection system. M12 Connectors are traditionally screw connectors however the new standard paves the way for push-pull interlocks.  This is going to open up the M12 connector to many new markets such as products designed for harsh ambient environments. The interlock […]

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LVDS Cables: a simple guide

If you work with flat screens or integrate them into the products you manufacture, you will have used Low-voltage differential signalling (LVDS) cables.  LVDS was introduced in 1994, and has become popular in products such as LCD-TVs, automotive infotainment systems, industrial cameras, machine vision, notebooks and tablet, and communications systems. The cables supplied by monitor […]