Summary coverage of upcoming industry events, as well as recent award, partnership, promotion, personnel, facility, distribution, standards, association, and certification news from across the connector industry. December 2019 Connector Industry News December 2019 Connector Industry News > Event News Hirose’s FX26 Series and BM46 Series connectors have both been selected as Innovation Award Honorees for Read More >>
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As drones take a larger role in military operations, the pressure is on to reduce size and weight. A new generation of SWaP-optimized connector products will help. By Ann R. Thryft Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are getting smaller and more powerful as the overall miniaturization trend expands across the broad range of military equipment. Also Read More >>
Supremely durable space-grade connectors help us explore the next frontier. By Caroline Hayes Today, thousands of commercial satellites circle the globe to enable the telecommunications needed to implement the Internet of Things. They are also used for navigation systems and research projects, like the European Space Agency’s Galileo global navigation satellite system (GNSS) and Copernicus, Read More >>
Beyond preserving resources, green business practices can pay off in cost savings and stronger sales. By Caroline Hayes In manufacturing, there’s lean and then there’s green. Lean manufacturing is a set of principles designed to reduce waste in manufacturing. The aim of lean is to achieve higher throughput rates with minimum inventory. Driving out waste Read More >>
New Harwin Archer M50 IDC connectors expand the competitively priced 1.27mm-pitch connector family. Harwin expanded its popular 1.27mm-pitch Archer M50 portfolio with the addition of new IDC connectors. The Archer family is distinguished in three ways – price (parts are several percentage points more cost-effective than the competition); instant availability (devices are stocked in depth for Read More >>
Harwin expands its Datamate range of products with a coaxial connector and a 10-position high-density power connector. Harwin released the Datamate coaxial connector and the M300 10-position high-density power connector series. These products can be used in aerospace applications including satellites, military aircraft, robotics, and UAVs. The Datamate 2mm-pitch, board-to-board and board-to-cable high-performance/high-reliability connectors, which now Read More >>
Harwin PCB terminals improve build quality and increase design flexibility. Harwin announced a wide range of PCB terminals (turrets) that can save assembly costs, improve build quality, and increase design flexibility. “Products such as our H3108-01 0.5mm-diameter terminal pin can be used to construct a pluggable PCB assembly – perhaps a module or daughterboard,” said Read More >>
The Harwin EZ-BoardWare PCB contact accommodates a wider range of pins and is secure and cost-effective. Harwin expanded its popular EZ-BoardWare PCB socket portfolio with a new contact that can accommodate mating pins ranging from 0.8mm to 1.5mm in diameter. These new products complement an existing range, enabling Harwin to offer parts with pin diameters from Read More >>
Harwin’s 2mm low-profile test sockets provide excellent electrical performance. Harwin launched a new range of PCB-mounted, dual-entry test sockets that accept a 2mm pin. These low-profile devices measure only 5.16mm max above the board when mounted, and feature gold-plated contacts to ensure excellent electrical performance. The dual-entry sockets facilitate easy access. Devices feature a flat Read More >>
December 2013 – The hi-rel connector and PCB hardware manufacturer increases efficiency and speeds product development by investing in its Portsmouth, UK headquarters.
October 2013 – With 1.7-7.25mm heights and vertical or horizontal contact options, Harwin’s new additions suit a wide range of applications
September 2013 – Harwin’s Datamate family now includes vertical SIL connectors and extra security for extra-small bore types.