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    Although designed for use in conjunction with AVX’s new 2.5-mm no-wire-stop 70-9296 series STRIPT poke-home contact, the new 10-9296 Series BTB pin jumpers from AVX Corp. are drop-in compatible with competitors’ jumpers and offer a shortened insulator, a unique insulator geometry that achieves watertight connections, and the only ~38-mm pin length currently available. This new […]

    The post BTB pin jumpers for maximum tolerance absorption appeared first on EE World Online | A network of resources for engineers.


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    Bulk multi-conductor industrial automation cable from AutomationDirect is now available in customer specified lengths in one-foot increments from 20 to 5,000 ft. Cut-to-length cable eliminates waste and lowers cost (only as much cable as required is purchased). With a low minimum cut length of 20 feet, the price per foot per cable type is the […]

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  • 04/30/18--10:02: Why do connectors fail?
  • Ideally, your connectors perform to their rated lifecycles. If you install a connector rated for 10,000 mating cycles, you expect it to go that distance. But if you’ve ever had a cell phone charger stop working correctly, you know that’s not always the case. And for industrial machinery, improper designs and other factors can cause […]

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    HARTING has developed its Han configurator tool for industrial connectors that enables designers to quickly obtain all decision-relevant data for an interface they need. Users need only enter three parameters — the number of contacts, required voltage, and current strength — to obtain a visual presentation of an initial potential solution. The solution can then […]

    The post New configurator tool allows users to custom design industrial connectors appeared first on EE World Online | A network of resources for engineers.


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    Hirose has designed an intrafacility fiber cable (IFC) assembly system that supports bidirection optical transmission of 6.25 Gbps and unidirection up to 12.5 Gbps (6.25 Gbps x 2ch). The high-speed BF4-IFC series cable assembly integrates the BF4M series active optical connector into a rugged circular shell with a superior push-pull design for quick and easy […]

    The post Hybrid active optical cable assembly supports up to 12.5 Gbps and 3.3 V appeared first on EE World Online | A network of resources for engineers.


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    Molex has acquired BittWare Inc., a global provider of computing systems featuring field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) deployed in data center compute and network packet processing applications. “Among the foremost FPGA computing platform developers, BittWare brings an impressive breadth of board-level computing technologies, integrated systems and software expertise,” said Tim Ruff, senior vice president of Molex. […]

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    Würth Elektronik eiSos has introduced its new “REDFIT IDC SKEDD WR-WST connectors” product family: solderless, space-saving and multi-pluggable connectors for signal transmission. The electronics and electromechanical components manufacturer is using the patented SKEDD technology from its sister company Würth Elektronik ICS for this innovative product. REDFIT IDC is available in 4- to 20-pin versions and […]

    The post Solderless and direct plug-in connectors from Würth Elektronik appeared first on EE World Online | A network of resources for engineers.


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    AVX Corp. has extended its new series of pin jumpers for board-to-board (BTB) and module-to-module connections in solid-state lighting (SSL) and other low-pin-count industrial applications with a new two-position pin jumper. When used in conjunction with the new 2.5 mm 70-9296 Series STRIPT horizontal, poke-home contact without a wire stop — which is both the […]

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    Hermetic connectors are designed to prevent ingress of air, gases and other liquids into the vacuum-sealed connector in extremely harsh environments. In testing, these connectors should show no detectable gas or fluid leakage. They should be able to withstand high pressures of 10,000 psi or more, ensuring a stable pressure differential on both sides of […]

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