Understanding the available connectors and associated specification requirements that need to be considered is important throughout any design process.
There are many different kinds of connectors, all serve the same purpose but in different ways. This article discusses connectors and their typical applications.
An examination of the latest lighting connectors that meet the tight space requirements along with a variety of environmental specs for specific applications.
Miniature connectors are now being designed more compactly but are still able to endure the high demands of their applications.
Improvements by connector manufacturers are helping the LED lighting industry with their solderless LED holder designs and systems.
The wide range of RF protocol choices available to embedded developers makes the already complex choice of antennas that much more difficult.
Robots are now able to perform an amazing number of tasks, many of which can be traced directly to improvements in sensor technology over the past several years.
Combining red, green, and blue light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in a cluster allows designers of lighting or LED modules to blend light and produce new, collective colors.
The drive for power efficiency has now moved to include lighting as a major growth area. LEDs as the core of solid state lighting (SSL) is the key to this new market and are applicable to most products.
Today, just about every mobile device has at least one internal antenna, with many devices sporting three or more to provide wireless communications for functions.
Even a single solar panel tied into a building's electrical supplies requires some specialized wiring components specific to photovoltaic technology.
Solid-state lighting has had a dramatic effect on the lighting industry starting a rapid decline of incandescent fixtures
A technology called Frustrated Total Internal Reflection (FTIR), makes it both feasible and affordable to develop multi-touch NUI LCD computer monitors