Robotics across industries all have one thing in common: precision connectivity products. As industry disruptors continue to look for ways to reduce costs and increase productivity via robotics, companies like Positronic have a unique role to play in manufacturing agile connectors. Read the full blog on how connectors will fuel the rise of robotics in the workforce
Mezza-pede® 1.0mm pitch SMT Connectors from Advanced are designed for low profile board-to-board or flex cable-to-board applications where long-term reliability and a compact size are required.
EAO’s Series 82 pushbuttons are now available with high-contrast and vivid illuminated symbols.
The term “small connectors” doesn’t necessarily indicate a specific connector size; rather, it refers to any connector in which a lot can be accomplished in a small space. This could encompass everything from D-subminiature connectors to shockingly small, yet powerful, microminiature variations.
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Many engineers have not spent much time on the intricacies of electronic enclosures with most of their focus on technology of the internal components to complete their project. While it may seem simple just to pick out a box, the many options can create anxiety for even the most experienced specifier.
Whether they’re designing industrial machinery or consumer devices, many engineers increasingly choose to switch from point-to-point wiring to connector-based cable assemblies.
The PN-A Series of NEMA 6 and IP68 boxes from Bud are actually submersible up to an hour (to 3 meters), and are almost the same cost as IP65.
Types of connectors available, waterproofing features, IP ratings, and cost effectiveness all play a part in determining which connector is best for the job.
SL Power supports electronics test equipment with high density, low noise power supplies and enhanced EMI/EMC performance to improve productivity and accuracy.