Summary coverage of the new connector and cable products that were recently released to market, including interconnects, wire and cable, cable assemblies, materials, accessories, tools, development kits, and other connectivityRead More
The CONEC M8x1 Shielded Patch Cable offers a high-quality and robust connection for automated technology in an industrial environment. The CONEC M8 connector and patch cable for Industrial Ethernet andRead More
CONEC’s new M12x1 connectors are field-attachable with a larger terminal cross-section. CONEC has re-engineered the contact design for its M12x1 connectors. The contacts can now take up wire cross-sections ofRead More
CONEC added bayonet-to-bayonet coupled IP67-sealed options to its IP67 RJ45, USB, and LC Duplex lines. CONEC now supplements its IP67 RJ45, USB, and LC Duplex product ranges with a new in-line couplerRead More
CONEC Develops IP67-rated RJ45 Dual Bayonet In-Line Couplers CONEC has advanced its IP67-rated RJ45 family of connectors to include Ethernet I/O ports with a dual bayonet in-line coupler that canRead More
March 19, 2013 – The evolution of critical medical systems and medical imaging equipment has improved patient care, but these advanced medical devices have created a new set of design requirements and considerations for engineers. Medical imaging devices require rugged connector configurations that deliver consistent and reliable current and voltage ratings with excellent EMC performance, and several additional parameters unique to the medical environment. Fred Kozlof of CONEC examines the application’s requirements and how the connector industry is responding.
March 5, 2013 – Non-magnetic combination D-subminiature connectors ideal for medical imaging equipment.
June 2012—North Carolina-based Conec advanced its water-resistant series of connectors to include Ethernet I/O ports with a special flange-mount.
CONEC Delivers Robust ODVA-Compliant Fiber Optic LC Connector CONEC’s new LC Series of rugged ODVA-compliant connectors are designed specifically for harsh-environment applications such as WiMax, Long-Term Evolution (LTE), and RemoteRead More