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Tag Archives: Industry 4.0

AICC CONNECT: CONNECTION GUIDES

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Industrial Ethernet Connectors Enabling IIoT

Industrial Ethernet Connectors Enabling IIoT

Industrial Ethernet can be simply defined as the Ethernet settings applied to an industrial infrastructure, which typically supports Industry 4.0 by establishing a stable and fast communication between automation sensors, actuators, and other machine controllers within harsh industry environments.

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Amphenol 5G and  Industry 4.0 Showcases at electronica China

Amphenol 5G and Industry 4.0 Showcases at electronica China

electronica China, the biggest trade fair for electronic solutions is a few days away. Have a sneak-peek into Amphenol’s start products in Industrial 4.0 and 5G applications. [Read more]
FFC/FPC Connectors in Compact Applications

FFC/FPC Connectors in Compact Applications

From first generation computers that were the size of a large room down to micro-miniature computers that confine to our palm, we have witnessed, how technological innovations have shrunk to target compact solutions while maintaining the extra edge in performance. 

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D-Sub Solutions for Advanced Applications

D-Sub Solutions for Advanced Applications

Amphenol is a pioneer in providing ideal connectors and cable assemblies to meet both conventional and advanced application requirements.  For all the technical, operational and even commercial challenges you face, we offer the right interconnect solutions in varied pitches, contact options, stack heights and terminations. 

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Human Machine Interface (HMI)- The Intelligent Interface between Operators and Devices

Human Machine Interface (HMI)- The Intelligent Interface between Operators and Devices

Industrial automation and digitalization are making revolutionary changes. We have already discussed in previous articles about the changes happening in factory floors with the implementation of Industry 4.0 and IIoT. 

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