We now have available, etherCON and opticalCON, two significant cable and chassis connector series from the leading circular connector specialist Neutrik.
To better understand the production methods employed by Souriau, key members of our production team spent time at the company’s impressive manufacturing facility based at Tangier in Morocco.
We have now made available the Weald Electronics LMV range of mains power circular connectors. The LMV range is produced in the UK to IEQC-CECC spec BS/CECC 75201-004. The maximum current capability ranges from 7.5 to 32A and they are suitable for direct, 3 way mains connections in 250V AC or DC applications including CE marked assemblies.
We have been providing interconnection solutions to customers for more than 50 years. As part of the Lodge Group, which includes connector manufacturer Weald Electronics, we offer one of the most comprehensive electrical, electronic and optical connector product offerings available.
We are pleased to announce that we recently added high performance heat shrink tubing products from HellermannTyton to our connector accessories portfolio. The HellermannTyton SE28 Series is increasingly being used by designers across the motorsport, aerospace, defence and railway sectors.
Discover our Market-Leading Connector Systems for Defence and Security at DSEI 2019 (Excel London, 10-13 September)Posted: 18/06/2019
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.
Our Sponsored Student Racing Team, HyTech Racing, Crowned Champions in Formula Hybrid Challenge, Georgia Institute of TechnologyPosted: 13/05/2019
We are so happy to announce that another one of our sponsored student racing car teams, HyTech Racing, came first in their latest race. HyTech, who are student-run, were competing in the United States at the Georgia Institute of Technology (better known as Georgia Tech). They entered the Formula Hybrid challenge as defending champions, and came out victorious once more, placing first in the Electric Only class.