In this podcast, EE World spoke with Ralf Klädtke to learn how TE Connectivity trains its engineers to look for sustainable materials and manufacturing processes.
Connectors and cables modernize data centers
Demands for bandwidth-intensive, data-driven services are fueling a rise in compute, data storage, and networking capabilities. These rises put pressure on connectors and cable to deliver data at higher speeds with better signals and less heat.
Connector and terminal products for gas and battery powered equipment
A full line of standard and custom electrical and electronic connectors and terminals for gasoline and battery-powered lawn and garden equipment that are manufactured in the USA to eliminate OEM delivery lead time issues has been introduced by ETCO Incorporated. ETCO Lawn & Garden Equipment Products include spark plug terminals, boots, heavy rings, PCB-, insulated-, […]
Getting one wire to do more, Part 2 – Phantom power for the microphone
Using one wire in two very different roles is widely done, requiring some simple circuity and basic components. Powering microphones over the audio cable A classic engineering objective is to figure out a way to get one set of wires to provide a second function at little cost. This second part in the series looks […]
Simple double-duty: How to get one wire to do more, Part 1: The rationale
Using one wire in two very different roles is widely done, requiring some simple circuity and basic components. It makes a lot of sense to use an individual single copper cable and its connection between two points to do more than it initially intended, especially if that additional function is aligned with the primary function […]