Despite the promise of approved vaccines being rolled out, Lockdown 3 may once again challenge supply chains but we wanted to let you know that, as a specialist connector distributor, we are ready and capable to support our customers who need standard and custom connector solutions.
In order to offer our designers and buyers with an almost-normal service during the COVID-19 pandemic we have remodelled much of our technical and sales support and assembly operations.
At this year’s Defence & Security Equipment International Event (DSEI), we will once more demonstrate that we are the market leaders in the supply of electrical, electronic and optical connector systems for the demanding defence and security sector. The event will be taking place at ExCel London on 10th-13th September, and you will be able to find us at Stand S3-337.
We now have available the Weald Electronics LMH series of bayonet coupling circular connectors with PCB contacts to allow these robust connectors to be mounted directly to printed circuit boards or flexi circuits.
We are proud that Leonardo has approved so many of our connectors and connector accessories for use across its production sites in the United Kingdom.
Find out how Loughborough University’s Formula Student team, LUMotorsport, who are sponsored by our Motorsport division Lane Motorsport, performed in their 2017 season and what their plans are for 2018.
We are very happy to make available acomprehensive package of 8STA compatible accessories made by HellermannTyton and Weald Electronics.
The Weald Electronics LMH series / MIL-DTL-26482 style of bayonet coupling, circular signal and power connectors are now available from our online store.
Lane Electronics will once again be one of the exhibitors at the bi-annual Defence and Security Show (DSEI) taking place this September (12th - 15th) at London’s ExCel Exhibition Centre.
Circular LMH Series Connectors to MIL-DTL-26482 with Black Zinc Nickel Finish Now Available.
The ever increasing use of sophisticated electrical and electronic products and systems in areas such as mining and construction as well as applications in offshore installations including wind farms and oil and gas platforms has meant the development of specialist cabling and connector products for this type of environment.
Last year we told you about our involvement with Loughborough University and its exciting racing car project which did so well in last year’s Formula Student competition. You may remember Lane Motorsport provided a variety of Souriau 8STA connectors for use throughout the car. Loughborough University ended 2015 as the 3rd UK team in the World rankings and, now, the team has unveiled its car for 2016 – the LFS16.
We have made available a range of mains power circular connectors manufactured in the UK by Weald Electronics. The LMV range is produced to IEQC-CECC spec BS/CECC 75201-004 which includes the safety requirements of BS EN 60950 for safe use in mains applications and CE marked assemblies including the on-board charging of electric vehicles.
A first in class, a second in class and two top ten finishes overall represents a fantastic start to the 2016 season by our sponsored Thundersport 600 Sportsman competitor Sam Osborne. 24-year-old Sam, who rides for the leading tuning and racing team MSG Racing, modestly described the first race weekend of the season at Brands Hatch as a “testing weekend with extreme conditions... but I am very happy to get my first win of the season and put some points on the board”.
Successful off-season practice and testing as well as a bike that “promises to give a few more mph” all suggest that Thundersport 600 Sportsman competitor Sam Osborne is set to have a great year. 24-year-old Sam, who rides for the leading tuning and racing team MSG Racing, is also sponsored by The Motorsport Division of Lane Electronics.