Tag Archives: Connectors

Connector Use Lowers Wiring Costs

Contrary to popular belief, hardwiring does not always minimize wire installation expenses. Hardwiring is a popular concept for those who regularly design and build industrial machines. People perceive it as one of the most common ways of saving installation costs when bringing power and signal to the machine. However, when the full range of wiring costs are factored in, these cost savings really seem just as a mirage does. Installation costs typically involve time and materials, including the Read more [...]

High density card edge connectors

Sullins Connector Solutions, Inc., a San Marcos company from CA, has recently been including the FMBx series in their offerings. That has expanded their range of high-density 0.050-inch contact center card edge connectors. The company makes multiple versions of these connectors for various users. The new versions that are now available feature ultra-thin low profile and include high temperature devices that accommodate thicknesses of 0.093, 0.062 and 0.031 inches. At the same time, these versions Read more [...]

Connector Terms and Glossary

Are you a connector newbie? Below is a collection of terms relating to connectors with their corresponding definitions. Attenuation - Decrease in power due to resistance or mismatch in transmission line. Back Mounted - When applied to a coaxial connector it is that connector mounted from the rear of a panel with the fixing nut on the outside. Bandwidth - Distance between two frequencies over which a RF or microwave device is intended to work. Between Series Adaptor - An adaptor used to connect Read more [...]