World renown component distributor, TTI Inc. have increased their selection of receptacles for distribution. TTI has been fortunate enough to join links with Amphenol, a US company, to further distribute Amphenol’s receptacles through their European resources. This partnership was believed to increase both company’s revenue and increase TTI’s selection to help them provide their customers with premier products. The newly added receptacles are known as Amphenol’s FCI, Minitek 2.0mm.
The receptacles have been made to be able to adapt to newer more precise products such as flat cables, wires, PCBs. Known to be a modular system, the receptacle is compacted saving 38% more than common modular systems.
Made in all different sizes the unit can be built with different size rows from 2 to 25 slots in each row that can come horizontally or vertically. Amphenol has also made available a “low profile” version that have the height of 2.3mm.
These components were made to be used for a variety type of industries such as the automotive, medical, and other computer hardware.
Other computer hardware applications that these types of components are made for are (PLC) programmable logic controllers and server drives.
Easier accessibility for more modern and agile products these components come with an “active latch” and an “eject latch” feature that has made these components that makes the unit very compatible.
Configured with a double beam contact allows for the connector to have an enhanced connection potential.
The units have been composed with a double solder tail that allows for easy reflow soldering without any adjustment to the actual unit itself.
These newer components have created a better version of the receptacles that are planning to be distributed to a new audience in Europe.
Lane Electronics Ltd. a leading connector company from the UK is now to carry new innovative connectors. Lane has been a top competitor in the connector industry and has expanded its doors to many more projects. Working hand in hand with connector manufacture Souriau to be able to produce these newer connectors. Their new addition to their family of connectors are a series of high performance circular connectors. All the latest connectors will meet the MIL-DTL-38999 Series III standard. The connectors are differenciated by the type of material they are composed of such as aluminum, composite, marine bronze and stainless.
Lane Electronics has connectors made to order and has the capability to be able to ship next day. Along with the made to order products they are also open to custom connector orders. The custom connectors can only be used with certain types of configurations from their stock profile of Souriau 38999 products. Although the latest connector is MIL-DTL-38999 compliant, the custom orders can be made to be “RoHS compliant, Black Zinc Nickel and Zinc Cobalt plating.”
Custom orders are allowed to come equipped with many different types of materials and additions.
“These 3899 compliant connectors can be supplied with signal, power, high power, coax, triax , quadrax or Eliio Fibre optic contacts . When fitted with quadrax, the connector is the ideal solution when 100mbit/s Ethernet or 15 ? fibre channel is required in harsh environments. When Souriaus Elio Fibre optic contacts are specified, the connector allows for high speed networks in equally demanding environments.”
Specific specs can be produced in large quantities to service any project. They also able to provide a wide array of “plating options “that are either made with nylon cards or steel wire rope.
International Airlines Group, one of the world’s largest airline groups, paired with LEVEL, a low-cost airline to produce low cost, long-haul international flights. International Airlines Group has selected the Airbus Aircraft A330-200 to further expand its operations. The A330-200 has a range of 13,450 miles with seating for up to 247 customers. The A330-20 has one of the most spacious cabins, providing a great space for its customers. LEVEL just begin operations in June of 2017 with only two flights from Barcelona to Los Angeles, and San Francisco to Buenos Aires and Punta Cana.
The air A330-20 is one of the most modern reliable aircrafts in the sky, offering passengers inflight entertainment, including video-on demand, cell phone and email connectivity via satellite. The in-house entertainment can satisfy customers of all age ranges, traveling for all reasons, making it a great choice for long distance flights. The aircraft is also highly dependable and efficient, so customers no longer should be worried about long flight safety. The aircraft also keeps its employees in mind by having a space that contains seven bunks for crew cabin rest, required during long distance flight.
The A330-20 aircraft is one of the world’s bestselling wide-body planes in its category. To this day the A330 aircraft family has attracted around seventeen thousand orders with over thirteen thousand A330’s actively flying with more than one hundred and ten different airline operators around the globe. Airbus aircraft parts are of the highest quality for the cheapest price, making the A330 one of the best price aircrafts in its family on the market. Overall, the International Airlines Group hopes to use the A330 to add more flights globally at an efficient cost. In the future International Airlines Group wants to achieve consolidation on both a regional and global scale.
The semiconductor company by the name of Broadcom and its associates have prepared themselves for the biggest expansions their company has ever seen. Broadcom has teamed up a private US equity firm, Silver Lake Partners to be place a bid of an approximate 2.2 trillion yen which calculates to be 20 billion US dollars. There has been speculation that Japanese Gov. would have preferred to have a US company bid this appose to a country like South Korea, China or Taiwan.
Broadcom has made a strong decision by progressing without most of its former associates.
“Foxconn with the potential support of Apple; rival memory maker SK Hynix of South Korea; a Japanese-US consortium linked to the state-backed Innovation Network Corp. of Japan; and Western Digital.”
According toToshiba sources it is said to be able have put its memory division up for bid due to a massive write down from their nuclear power business.
Broadcom specializes in creating and manufacturing chips that are used for communications such as semiconductors, controllers, ICs, Embedded and Network Processors and much more.
If the Broadcom bid does follow through they are to venture out into a what is known as the non – volatile memory market. Along with much of their newly integrated material they will be able to drive their way to consumer electronics such as NAND flash that can be found in tablets, wearable electronics and smart phones used today.
Along with the bid there have been some issues that arose with the request of the bid. Western Digital which has been a long partner of Toshiba is claiming that it was not notified or giving the chance to be able to refuse the bid. It was processed without their approval and therefore Western is placing a law suit under breach of contract to restrain Toshiba from selling the memory division.
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ICP Electronics Australia has released the ICP DAS’s XP 8331-CE6 and 8731-CE6 series of embedded compact PCs. The new embedded PCs are the new generation of Windows CE 6.0-based PACs from ICP DAS. They come complete with an x86 CPU, VGA connector for video output, 2x USB 2.0 port, 2x Ethernet ports and 4x serial ports and 1/3/7 I/O slots for high performance parallel I/O modules and serial I/O modules.
The models referenced includes, in addition to this, have expandable I/O ports, the XP-8331-CE6 has three of these ports. The XP-8731-CE6 has seven ports. These ports give the XP-8331-CE6 and XP-8731-CE6 the capabilities for motion control, frequency input, PWM output, memory, counter input, just to name a few.
There are a number of benefits of running Windows CE 6.0 on XPAC. Including hard real-time capability, small core size, fast boost speed, and interrupt handling. The XPAC is also capable of running PC-based control software such as Visual Basic .NET and Visual C#. The upgrade would provide customers with both traditional PLCs and the features of Windows capable PCs.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft is showcasing its best-in-class C Series cabin and the newly redesigned CRJ cabin at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, Germany from April 4 to 6, 2017.
Patrick Baudis, Vice President of Marketing for Bombardier Commercial Aircraft said, “We are pleased to be participating in the Aircraft Interiors Expo for the first time in our history and we are proud to be unveiling our C Series cabin mock up at AIX - the only brand new cross-section cabin to be displayed at the show. We are equally proud to present the newly redesigned interior for the CRJ regional aircraft. We are pushing the market towards new cabin comfort standards with the C Series and the new CRJ cabins that were both designed around the passenger.”
Ross Mitchell, Vice President, Commercial Operations, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft added, “Our customers love the C Series cabin. Their crew find it most convenient and their passengers are impressed with the amount of space and light they get when flying on board a C Series aircraft. The feeling of space we created with the C Series cabin design gives passengers the impression they are flying on a widebody aircraft. The contemporary CRJ cabin provides more space for carry-on bags and offers several new options to enable airlines to customize their configurations.”
On Monday April 3rd during the Passenger Experience Conference representatives from SWISS and AirBaltic, in company with Bombardier Commercial Aircraft’s Patrick Baudis, will reveal C Series passenger experience and comments that were gathered after 8 months in service. Visitors to AIX will be able to participate in Bombardier’s new C Series cabin mock-up which demonstrates the future of comfort experience that this cabin design is now contributing to the market. Participants at the expo will also be able get a sneak-peak at the new CRJ regional aircraft cabin which has a fresh contemporary design through virtual reality devices. The cabin design will also have retrofit capabilities for airlines that want to upgrade their previous cabin to the brand new one that is now an option.
When flying in an aircraft, there are many safety factors to consider. For the passenger, it is unsettling when they begin to feel turbulence and experience a rocky ride. For the most part, turbulence is not necessarily dangerous. However, there are moments when there can become dangers and threats to the safety of an airplane. One factor is the chances of lightning striking an aircraft. To many people’s shock, aircrafts are actually very likely to be struck by lightning during their flight. Some reports state that active aircrafts will be struck at least once a year around the world. However, we rarely hear of such stories and their impacts on aircrafts.
This is due to the smart lightning sensors that prevent these strikes from impairing the plane. NASA has implemented new structural health monitoring sensors that will help deflect lightning strikes. With the lightning sensor aircrafts, each strike will be dispersed by the sensors and will help mitigate damages to the aircraft. Although not all lightning will damage a plane, there are some that force an aircraft to undergo repairs and maintenance. These news sensors will allow aircrafts to stay active longer, without having to go to a repair shop to fix any damages caused by the force of nature. Lightning sensor aircrafts will allow for much more durable and safe aircrafts to be used throughout the world, and will hopefully reduce future costs of repairs.
In the meantime, if your aircraft is currently damaged and needs repairs or parts, contact us at ASAP Logistic Solutions. Here at ASAP Logistic Solutions, we have a dedicated and expansive array of aircraft products. We are your one-stop shop and go-to destination for a simplified sourcing solution. ASAP will ensure that our consumers’ needs are addressed in the most expeditious and transparent manner all the while offering cost-effective component solutions therefore improving your negotiation power and profit margins. All our aircraft parts are extensively tested and enjoy our consumer-centric warranty. If you are interested in a quote, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly sales staff at www.asap-logisticsolutions.com. Call us toll free at +1-412-212-0606!
The rise in technology is always an exciting topic. It is surprising how much the world has progressed in terms of innovation and technological advances within the past 50 years. However, the momentum has not stopped and innovation today is a much more accessible concept because of the vast access to data each person has compared to generations before them. Last month, Molex unveiled their new Impulse Orthogonal Direct Backplane Connector System. They were showcased at Design Con 2017 and featured backplane connectors that were designed for high-volume data center applications. Traditional in-line interfaces usually have insertion loss but this new impulse connector increases the resonance and delivers higher connectivity speeds.
Another reason why the Molex backplane connector will be helpful is due to its future-proof capabilities. As data centers grow and are expected to deliver faster data rates, the increased speeds will cause insertion loss. This will create an unstable environment in the data centers and the data center may need to upgrade their infrastructure, which will end up costing a fortune. Instead, these Molex backplane connectors can stabilize the data rates and increased speeds and will eliminate the need to add mid-plane connectors. The Molex backplane connectors come in different sizes, with the smallest being the Impact (28 Gbps) and the highest being the Impulse (112 Gbps). With the various sizes and the improved stability and dependability, these backplane connectors can definitely be used for the future and will most likely keep up with the speed and data rate demands.
For parts such as backplane connectors or even aviation parts, contact us at ASAP Logistic Solutions. Here at ASAP Logistic Solutions, we have a dedicated and expansive array of electronicand aircraft products. We are your one-stop shop and go-to destination for a simplified sourcing solution. ASAP will ensure that our consumers’ needs are addressed in the most expeditious and transparent manner all the while offering cost-effective component solutions therefore improving your negotiation power and profit margins. All our aircraft parts are extensively tested and enjoy our consumer-centric warranty. If you are interested in a quote, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly sales staff at www.asap-logisticsolutions.com. Call us toll free at 1-714-705-4780.
At ASAP Semi, we deal will all types of electronics like cables and connectors. These are a little hard to price since they don’t work the same after time because they are easily damaged. We like to broker these parts because the demand for some situations can be high, since everything is ran electronically now a day. A new chip called FTDI was placed into products to give support within the X-chip portfolio, this help hold data is the component were to crash.
Not only were upgrades put into their interface but also, they gave customers the option for headers to be male or female so they can multiple configurations options. When data is being transferred on the UART LEDs are going off with RX and TX functions. The new rear 6-way header has increase the productivity of the standard FTDI TTL cable interface. With these upgrades, you call not only do you have the 4 data lines, but you have the option to distribute the power to an external hardware. These new components have a provision for data, so the levels don’t go above 5V. So, the user has control of setting this boundary depending on the preference.
The new FT234XD IC simplifies system connection by taking care of all the USB protocols and signaling. The cables emplaced are 5V and 3.3V variant availability, have a 1.8m length, can transfer data up to 3Mbits/s, and are USB 2.0 full speed compatible. These new cables provide a fast, easy connection from the TTL interface to the new upgraded USB technology. USB is a great way to store information and all young adults are using them.
New upgrades like these ASAP Semi likes to find out before so we can get in contact with the OEM of these parts and maybe place in order since all the upgrades in interfaces will need these cables. We like our customers to be happy and we know that they want faster just like us. So, anything in the electrical industry that is going to speed the process we like to hear about beforehand so we can get some shelf space ready. Little cables like these can be a huge sale in the industry because it will speed up the productivity of a company.
Mill-Max has released its lowest profile target connectors yet with an above-board height of only 0.087 in. (2.21 mm). Target connectors are used in place of SMT pads on a PCB as the mating surface for spring-loaded pins. They provide expanded endurance and are useful in achieving specific distances between boards.
In order to enhance its existing 0.100 in. (2.54 mm) grid target connector lineup, the company introduced four new, low profile products. All of the connectors are surface mount and available in single or double row packages and are offered with flat or concave target faces. Concave face targets provide additional surface area for mating and can aid in centering/alignment of components and/or boards fitted with spring-loaded connectors. Precision-machined pins with an overall length tolerance of ±0.0015 in. (±.00381 mm) aid to accomplish a connection of 0.005 in. (0.13 mm) or better for connectors up to 1 in. (25.4 mm) long. Progressive assembling techniques are used to ensure no burr projection on either the target face or the surface mount termination end.
Linking target connectors with spring-loaded connectors on opposing boards can be a simple and easy solution for making connections between stacked boards or docking stations and devices. These new connectors are ideally appropriate for low profile applications where multiple connections are required. The ideal choice to accomplish an ultra-low profile mated pair is by using these target connectors, the Mill-Max series 815 and 817 connectors single and double row correspondingly the 815/817 connectors, compressed to ½ stroke and used in combination with these new low profile target connectors, provide a board-to-board connector spacing of just 0.175 in. (4.45 mm).