December 2013 – PCB terminals with quick connection technology offer an ideal alternative to costly and time-consuming methods of transferring power to PCBs, as they allow cables to be connected quickly, safely, and without tools in a wide range of applications.
December 2013 – In 2014, the engineers and scientists of APEX Electrical Connector Consultants LLC will treat our readers to a series of articles on connector basics. We thought it would be fun to kick off the feature in this issue with a Q&A led by Bishop’s John MacWilliams.
Molex Next-Generation Active Optical Cables Molex continues to expand its iPass Connector and Cable Assembly Solution with the introduction of its High-Density (HD) Active Optical Cables (AOCs), capable of deliveringRead More
November 2013 – Intercontec’s one-cable solution is available for power up to 44KW.
November 2013 – Kids today are truly tech-savvy, and that’s quickly spilling over into the classroom as tablets become the ultimate fun learning tool. But are kids ready for the responsibility of taking care of pricey and fragile tablets? And more importantly, is the available technology ready for those kids?
November 2013 – Protecting cables and control valves from the possibility of fire is one of the most critical requirements for oil refineries. Can your offshore location take the heat?
November 2013 – Do you have a rough-and-tumble site that requires reliable communication? Deployable fiber systems, as opposed to fixed installations, are designed to be quickly installed, retracted, and then relocated in the field to some of the most inhospitable environments on earth.
Preci-Dip New 2mm Spring-Loaded Connector with Slanted Design In order to meet the market’s need for a 2mm board-to-board spring loaded connector, Preci-Dip now offers a surface mount 2mm-pitch, spring-loadedRead More
November 2013 – As demand for power grows around the world, we’re seeing a growing shift towards clean, renewable energy resources, solar and wind in particular. But how is the renewables market weathering the economy?
November 2013 – First, it was handbags and watches. Now counterfeiters are targeting electronic components, including ICs, relays, circuit breakers, fuses, ground fault receptacles, and cable assemblies, as well as connectors. These fakes could cause serious problems in today’s high-stakes electronics devices.
November 2013 – Ed Smith, president of Avnet Electronics Marketing Americas, believes that the electronics supply chain should prepare itself for a potential surge in counterfeit interconnect, passive, and electromechanical products.
Still Wearing a Real Mask for Halloween? How Analog of You! Halloween costumes can be so…analog. Until this season: Artist and Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly) augmented-reality researcherRead More