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TE Connectivity News

TE Connectivity adds M12 Industrial Ethernet Cable Assembly Connectivity to its offering

TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, now offers M12 data cable assemblies that support Ethernet protocols as part of its package of Industrial Ethernet and Fieldbus solutions. This makes it the one-stop shop for M8/M12 cable assemblies for industrial Ethernet communications.


Incorporation of medical equipment, Emitech internationalizes its tests

Emitech’s laboratory in Chassieu, France, accredited by Cofrac, together with the laboratory in Montpellier constitute the group's medical pole. The centre has testing capabilities for EMC, radio, and electrical equipment safety. This triple competence allows it to support its customers in the procedures for marketing equipment in Europe with CE marking, and throughout the world with its role as CBTL in the context of the CB scheme. These procedures now include on-site incorporation tests, both in France and internationally. Among the various sectors concerned by these regulations, the medical sector is subject to particular requirements both in terms of tests and approval procedures and the Chassieu site has developed specific skills in this field, including becoming a CBTL under the CB-MED and CB-EMC/MED scheme.

TDK News

Multilayer ceramic capacitors

World’s first flip-type MLCCs in 0510 design for automotive applications.

Flir News

FLIR Fido X4 Receives ASTM E2520-15 Performance Certification

FLIR is pleased to announce that the FLIR Fido® X4 premium handheld explosives trace detector (ETD) has been certified by Signature Science, LLC in accordance with the ASTM International method for Standard Practice for Measuring and Scoring Performance of Trace Explosive Chemical Detectors (ASTM E2520-15).

Kontron News

Hannes Niederhauser, CEO S&T AG: "These five technology trends will shape the industry in 2020

Hannes Niederhauser, CEO at Kontron and Chairman of the Management Board of the S&T Group, considers five technology trends to be the defining themes for the industry in 2020, including edge computing, real-time networks including 5G, new standards for embedded platforms, cyber security and artificial intelligence. Niederhauser is convinced that the continuing trend towards digitalization in companies and the continuing rapid innovation cycles in IT are a guarantee for growth, even if the economic environment should become more challenging.

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