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The global automotive industry is passing through massive transitions each day. Driving is much more to consumers than a means of mobility. From high-speed data connectivity and infotainment to person-identification sensors and autonomous driving, the smart cars of today have a handful of features to offer.[Read more]
When it comes to a connector design, engineers are often confused about the choice between IDC and crimped contacts. Both being very reliable and efficient connector systems, it mainly depends upon the end application. However throwing some insight into both the varieties might help you make a quick choice, based on your requirements.[Read more]
Automotive Industry Standards are standards that define the connector requirements in terms of temperature, vibration, sealing and many other characteristics in an automobile application. Two major automobile connector standards prevailing presently are LV214 of AK Group from German Carmakers and USCAR of USCAR Group from American Carmakers. Both standards satisfy all automotive requirements for carmakers from all parts of the world.[Read more]
Secure mating is a crucial factor when it comes to connectors. Mating is the process of assembling a connector with the right counterpart. Depending on the size, shape, and application, there are different mating techniques, and the mating cycle of each connector has a lot to tell about its quality and durability.
There are many connector features to ensure that the connection is complete and secure. Let’s discuss some of the most common ones.[Read more]