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SMP Snap-On Connectors For Applications Up To 40 GHz SMP Snap-On Connectors For Applications Up To 40 GHz

HUBER+SUHNER offers an array of SMP snap-on connector solutions ideal for applications from DC to 40 GHz in T&M, IND, and COMM markets. Each solution is compatible with all MIL-STD-348 SMP connectors due to the interface design and the treatment of materials used.

Advanced Miniature Military Connector Solutions: ODU AMC® High-Density Series Advanced Miniature Military Connector Solutions: ODU AMC® High-Density Series

ODU-USA offers a new ODU AMC® High-Density connector solution designed specifically to meet all the requirements of line-of-sight communication, radio technology for army and navy systems, satellites, and first responder usage. Applications include those with helmet-mounted cameras, headsets, computer/PAN, GPS, body diagnostic sensors, wrist-worn displays, and soldier communication systems.

Miniature Coaxial Connectors: NEX10™ Miniature Coaxial Connectors: NEX10™

HUBER+SUHNER has developed the NEX10™miniature coaxial connector solution for smaller sized equipment in the telecom market. With a robust design for outside use, low PIM, and a small flange height of 12.7 mm, these connectors are ideal for a variety of applications including small cell, MIMO, DAS/in-building, antenna systems, radios, multicoaxial, and blind mate uses.

Low-Cost Connector Solution Dedicated To RF-Energy Applications: RFEX Low-Cost Connector Solution Dedicated To RF-Energy Applications: RFEX

HUBER+SUHNER offers the RFEX as the industry’s first RF-Energy connector presenting users with a record low-cost solution for high volume RF-energy applications. The RFEX includes an innovative design that drastically simplifies assembly processes and can handle the mandatory high-power levels in peak demand applications while avoiding unnecessary heat generation.

Cable Assembly Solutions Cable Assembly Solutions

Fischer Connectors offers a large family of cable assembly solutions designed for a range of applications, including in extreme, medical, military, instrumentation, and fiber optic applications. Engineers are prepared to work closely with customers to find the ideal solution for the most demanding applications. Fischer Connector series include the Fischer Core Series, Fisher Ultimate™ Series, Fischer Fiberoptic series, and the Fischer Minimax™ Series.

  Fischer Freedom™ Series LP360™ Connectors Fischer Freedom™ Series LP360™ Connectors

Fischer Connectors offers the new Fischer LP360™ connector as the first product of the Fischer Freedom™ Series. This connector facilitates integration, maximizes usability, and optimizes cable management for defense and security applications, even in the most demanding environments and conditions.

Self-Securing Circular Connector: ODU MINI-SNAP® Self-Securing Circular Connector: ODU MINI-SNAP®

The ODU MINI-SNAP® connector is a self-securing, circular connection solution offering long-term reliability, a high level of quality, and the best operating features for applications that transfer power, signals, data, or media.

Power Sub-Miniature (PSM) Connectors For Space Applications Power Sub-Miniature (PSM) Connectors For Space Applications

HUBER+SUHNER’s Power Sub-Miniature (PSM) connector interface is designed to maximize performance on power handling while minimizing overall system weight and size. Especially developed for space flight, high altitude platforms, TVAC environments, this space qualified per MIL-PRF-39012 and ESCC 3402 interface is extremely cost effective, and power and weight sensitive for the most demanding aerospace applications.

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Connectors are ingenious devices. There are proprietary connecters as well as generic ones. The proprietary connecters are used in instances where only specific connections can be made to specific sockets. For example, an iPad has a proprietary connector to it from the cradle to the computer. The computer end is a generic USB connector but the one that engages the iPad is proprietary. This is a safety issue as well as a performance issue. The designers do not want any connecters coming into contact with the iPad that may spoil it.

Most proprietary connectors serve a singular purpose and is used to protect the device as well as a form of barrier to entry to protect their intellectual property. The connectors serve as a way to link two systems together for any number of purposes. It is possible to connect a speaker to an amplifier via a connector. It is also possible to connect a server rack to another rack using connectors. Anytime two nodes need to be paralleled, a connector is used. Connector technology is very specific. It needs the impulses or data that to specifically travel as though there was no interruption. For this to happen the connection must be formed and in full contact. It is possible that if the connection was loose and the connector was bridging a connection carrying electrons, it is possible that electrons could accumulate then jump forming an arc and an overload. This is when a loose connection causes arc faulting.

Arc-faulting is when connectors are worn and loose and the two points do not make full contact but intermittent contact. The arcing can generate tremendous heat, just as an arc welder does.