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Monthly Archives: June 2018
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Backplane connectors are basic electrical connectors that help in connecting one PCB to other. The backplane connector adds mechanical strength and stability to the design. These can be widely classified into 3 types based on their speed.[Read more]
Mezzanine interconnect systems have served several industries, applications, and technological developments. Amphenol ICC has always provided the right solution that ensures high reliability and operation speed with design flexibility in limited space. With a broad range of mezzanine solutions meeting varied application needs, we offer an accessible path to innovation.
In addition to the wide range of high speed and high-density mezzanine connectors, flex assemblies solve several chal [Read more]
DIN 41612 is a comprehensive backplane offering from Amphenol ICC with a legacy of nearly five decades. With a broad range of DIN 41612 styles; these connectors has an edge over other backplane connector solutions in terms of mass deployment specifically in Industrial and Instrumentation sectors.
Amphenol ICC has made imperative design upgrades to the product mix to enhance its performance and endurance.[Read more]
Board/Wire-to-board connectors are standard connectors used for several applications in all industries. Amphenol ICC has a comprehensive range of connectors ranging from 0.40mm to 5.70mm pitch. The 2.54mm pitch connector family is generally used in electronic equipment or devices requiring a parallel, planar or perpendicular board/wire-to-board interconnect.[Read more]
The past decades have witnessed third generation industrial machines take automation to the fore. They replaced human labour, offered increased productivity, and shortened the lead time, resulting in high-volume production, take automobiles for example.
This decade, automation has taken industry a notch further to the fourth generation, where factory machines “talk” and “make decisions” with each other, referred to as the “Industrial Internet [Read more]