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Two New Connectors From Bel Stewart

This Week I am introducing not one but two new connectors from innovators Bel Stewart how have developed a new range of RJ45 connectors for Cat 6 & Cat 6A Cables. For Larger OD Cables: The new large OD plugs are the latest addition to Stewart Connector’s extensive portfolio of modular plugs designed to support Gigabit […]

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Introducing Molex ValuSeal™

This week I want to tell you all about the new Molex ValuSeal™ it’s pretty new so I’m quite excited to see how it does out in the industry. In short the ValuSeal™ is a IP65 a rated connector system with positive latching and integrated environmental seals.  It is set to compete directly with other […]

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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 […]

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New JST Vibration Proof Connectors

In this industry it can be like waiting for a bus you wait for an innovation and two come at once. This week I am bring you not one but two innovations’ from JST bit aimed at vibration resistant applications. Good news as I like products designed for anti vibration as when designing in these […]

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A Blog on Crimping Termonlogy

If you ever wondered what people are talking about in conversations on crimping terminology when they come out with phrases like “Belmouth” or “Conductor Brush” then wonder no more. The following guide will give you all the info you need to fully understand everything there is to know about crimping terminology. BELLMOUTH (FLARE) The flare […]