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AICC CONNECT: CONNECTION GUIDES

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Making Life Easier with Advanced Home Appliances

Making Life Easier with Advanced Home Appliances

From conventional yet advanced kitchen appliances like ovens, refrigerators and blenders to coffee makers connected to alarm clocks there is a lot happening in the home appliances industry. Amphenol connectors are designed to support increasingly sophisticated next generation smart home requirements. We offer high performance, highly reliable and proven connectors that meet various industry standards. This ensures comprehensive safety of the equipment, with enhanced performance. [Read more]
Types of Polarization Techniques for Secure Mating

Types of Polarization Techniques for Secure Mating

It is essential to establish a strong connection for any appliance to deliver its full potential. Many methods help avoid incorrect mating of the connectors and associated mishaps. Polarization is one of the prominent techniques used to ensure proper connections. There are several different connector designs to ensure proper mating. 

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Learn About Glow Wire Compatibility

Learn About Glow Wire Compatibility

The quality of any electrical connection is predominantly measured by the safety it assures. Glow wire compatibility is a test that ensures safety and avoids mishaps caused by human mishandling, over-current, or short circuit failures especially within appliance wiring systems.

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Amphenol ICC New Products Updates – April 2020

Amphenol ICC New Products Updates – April 2020

BergStak® and Minitek® are two profound brands from FCI Basics. In April, two new products were introduced to these connector families: BergStak® 0.80mm shielded board-to-board connector and Minitek® Board-In 2.00mm and 2.50mm connector. 

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Smarter Cities Connecting the Internet of Things

Smarter Cities Connecting the Internet of Things

Life is getting smart, so are our surroundings. Internet of Things has already started advancements in making our homes, cars and office spaces smarter with automation, then why should our cities be left out? With the escalating urban population, crowded cities and traffic on roads are creating a mess. It is essential for the authorities to take up steps to clear the chaos and move on to a more organized infrastructure. 

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