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ODU introduce miniature connectors

Glenn Clarke - Monday, February 01, 2016

The trend toward miniaturization in all fields from medical technology to consumer electronics to security and military technology, continues.  ODU have introduced a new range of High-Density miniature connectors with the highest possible number of contacts in a compact space. Read more

Design your own prototype for the Internet of Things

Glenn Clarke - Thursday, May 28, 2015

Everyone is talking about the Internet of Things and how important it is for business to embrace it.  It is a way to connect everything to everything - objects, people, processes, data and machines.    This will mean more data gathered from more places, finding more ways to improve safety and security.  It affects virtually all manufacturing, retail, transportation and logistics, healthcare, energy, agriculture and financial. Read more

ODU MEDI-SNAP Medical Connectors

Glenn Clarke - Thursday, May 21, 2015

Medical devices need incredibly reliable connections, but must have the flexibility of multiple contacts and termination options. The ODU MEDI-SNAP has it all and you can now create your own MEDI-SNAP Push-Pull circular connector to suit your own needs.  Choose the contacts and Plug or receptacle housing and then choose the cable OD for Cable Collet and the colour of the front or back nut.  Read more

Staying a step ahead of the Counterfeiters

Glenn Clarke - Monday, March 23, 2015

The counterfeiting of electronic components is a massive problem - it is such a lucrative business.  The counterfeiters are well funded and very adept at overcoming any new anti-counterfeit products and solutions.   Read more

Feedback requested on new Switchcraft EH Connector

Glenn Clarke - Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Switchcraft have added a new connector to their EH Series - a Female/Female DIN 5 coupler, front mount. At the moment it is just the 5 pin which has been introduced, but we are looking for feedback on whether there is a requirement for 3,4,6,7 and 8 poles.  We would be really interested to get your comments and what kind of use you would have for them. Read more