TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, has extended its portfolio of M12 connectors to include L-code PCB/panel types that offer a compact high-power solution for automation devices. “Our new connectors take up 40 percent less space than Mini 7/8 connectors traditionally used for high power connections, allowing for more freedom and […]READ MORE
HARTING T1 Industrial, the HARTING RJ Industrial® Multi Feature series and the M12 PushPull follow a consistent path / Han® 1A, a new compact rectangle connector / HARTING accelerates e-mobilityREAD MORE
Mouser Electronics, Inc., the industry’s leading New Product Introduction (NPI) distributor with the widest selection of semiconductors and electronic components, is now stocking OSFP input/output (I/O) connectors from TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors. TE’s next-generation octal small form-factor pluggable (OSFP) connectors are designed for maximum thermal and electrical performance in […]READ MORE
TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, has launched the new SNK pluggable terminal blocks series, which helps industrial equipment manufacturers reduce installation efforts and optimize inventory levels. Mounting and testing time is reduced by connecting subassemblies with pluggable terminal blocks and harnesses. The pluggable terminal blocks enable customized on-site configuration and […]READ MORE
Now in stock in Europe at TTI, Inc., a world leading specialist distributor of electronic components, are 3M’s Mini Clamp wiremount connectors. The components are designed to provide connection reliability and cost performance in I/O applications commonly found in a wide range of sensor control systems, including Factory Automation and Industrial Controls. 3M Mini Clamp […]READ MORE
The one- to four-position 9176-800 Series low-profile IDCs now accommodate 22–28AWG to deliver high-reliability performance in an expanded range of space-constrained, harsh-environment industrial, medical, & transportation applicationsREAD MORE
Over the past 100 years, advancements in the wireless control and monitoring of utility systems and public services have transformed how cities perform. Today, we have reached a crucial turning point in reimagining our concept of the city.
The idea of the smart city is inspiring many new ideas for integrating the services people rely upon every day. Today, there are solutions delivering – with every iteration – convenience, safety and efficiency that only a few years ago was unimaginable. This unprecedented connectivity is enabled by – among other things – wireless communication and a vast array of sensors. This connectivity can improve urban lighting, infrastructure performance, and energy consumption.