There are many different kinds of connectors, all serve the same purpose but in different ways. This article discusses connectors and their typical applications.
TE Connectivity discusses the IoT’s (Internet of Things) enormous expected growth and the new connectivity demands that are being created.
TE Connectivity’s Fortix Zd and MULTIGIG RT 2 connectors are tested to demonstrate designer’s need for rugged, robust connectors in embedded computing.
TE Connectivity describes their unique, innovative hybrid interconnection system, ARISO IP67 Contactless Connectivity.
TE Connectivity’s universal MATE-N-LOK connector systems are packed with desirable features that make them suitable for use in a wide range of 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.
Antennas and their optimum placement in a vehicle to provide the most efficient and lowest power services for a variety of wireless protocols.
This article looks at two LED families that are widely used in high mast lighting applications: Cree’s XLamp XT-E range and Philips Lumileds LUXEON-K range.
The explosive growth of "wireless" systems has led to a simultaneous expansion in the use of RF connectors and their associated cables.
A benefit of higher frequency RF is that components get smaller. Smaller components mean less material, so components can be less expensive as well.
The latest in circuit protection standards & new fuse product developments for LED lighting.
LED lighting system interconnect options for different application requirements.
Current measurement and control are an integral part of any power sensitive system.
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.
Even a single solar panel tied into a building's electrical supplies requires some specialized wiring components specific to photovoltaic technology.
As LED light quality and performance continue to improve, solid-state lighting (SSL) solutions are expanding into large general lighting markets.
LEDs by their nature require unique optics to perform the way consumers want, so lighting designers must pay special attention to optic design.
A technology called Frustrated Total Internal Reflection (FTIR), makes it both feasible and affordable to develop multi-touch NUI LCD computer monitors