Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions’ SE600 Series Expanded Beam connector is ideal for harsh environment applications such as oil and gas exploration and production. Emerson Network Power launched the SE600 Series Expanded Beam (EB) connector for systems in oil and gas exploration and production environments, both offshore and onshore. The Nickel Aluminum Bronze (NAB) or Read More >>
RF Industries’ fiber optic trunk cables are available in standard and custom versions for wireless infrastructure applications. Fiber optic cable assemblies are increasingly installed in wireless infrastructure applications to replace copper with fiber-to-the-antenna (FTTA). RF Industries provides factory-terminated fiber optic trunk cables utilizing Corning FREEDM One fiber trunk cable. Available with six-strand single-mode or multi-mode Read More >>
Need some tips for installing fiber optics on the factory floor? Relcom shares its tips on how to specify fiber optic connectors for industrial applications. This information is provided by Relcom. Fiber optic cable connects to the station’s transmitter and receiver by specialized connectors. There are a number of different types of fiber optic connectors, Read More >>
Many top connector companies have re-entered the active optical communications industry, mainly due to the obvious bandwidth and size limitations of their copper products. Here’s a look at the technology leading connector suppliers showcased at OFC 2014. Amphenol, Corning, FCI, Hirose, Molex, Samtec, TE Connectivity, and US Conec showcased their products at the Optical Fiber Read More >>
For high-speed communication beyond the first few meters, optics is a field-proven, energy-efficient transport mechanism. This TE Connectivity white paper delves into optimizing end-to-end communications with advanced fiber optic technologies. This white paper excerpt was contributed by TE Connectivity. More Data = More Consumption The emergence of faster data rates to keep pace with the Read More >>
After two years of incubation and development, TE Connectivity (TE) unveiled the company’s latest advancement in fiber optics: Coolbit optical engines. TE’s Nathan Tracy answered our questions about the future of optical technology. CS: Rather than build an optical engine using off-the-shelf components, TE chose to differentiate its products by focusing the design on the two Read More >>
At recent trade shows, interconnect suppliers spotlighted fiber optic innovations, as the connector industry forges ahead in optical technology. Just this month, Molex, TE, and US Conec all introduced new optical products that provide faster data rates, more versatility, and unlimited potential. Molex Technologies Support MXC Fiber Optic Interface Molex announced that its VersaBeam supports the new MXC Read More >>
Technology advances in the last decade transformed the automotive, commercial, and consumer device landscape. Enabled by advances in silicon IC technology, markets and applications converged around WiFi, LTE, Bluetooth, flash memory, multicore processors, and standardized high-speed I/O interfaces. The transition from the Internet of connected people to the Internet of connected things opened up entirely Read More >>
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.
February 4, 2013–VHD Fiber Cassette permits rack consolidation as well as reduction of cable congestion.
Interconnect devices are a critical part of the modern battlefield, and fiber optics are quickly rising in importance as data rates accelerate and sensor technology goes digital. KITCO Fiber Optics is leading the way with military-ready connector products — and the training needed to make the most of this technology.