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Carling Introduces J-Series Hydraulic Circuit Breaker

Designed to provide high levels of circuit protection, the J-Series is a compact, low profile hydraulic magnetic circuit breaker ideally suited for high power density applications. This newest addition to the Carling circuit breaker portfolio is available with a variety of actuator styles and terminal options to suit most any requirement. 1-3 poles; 1-20 amps, Read more…

ITT Cannon Introduces Rock-in-Lock Latching Connector

Rock-in-LockTM (RIL) is a small receptacle connector about the size of a flash drive that can be worn on a soldier or first responder’s helmet, or attached to field-use computer tablets and communication units. It is low profile, lightweight and capable of transferring a significant amount of power and data that is needed to operate Read more…

RAFI FS Technology

The innovative RAFIX FS technology sets a new benchmark in the world of control components. The choice between PCB or QC switching elements, and the fast and simple assembly concept, make the RAFIX 22 FS+, RAFIX 22 FSR and RAFIX 30 FS+ series your unbeatably profitable solution. The extremely low mounting depth also allows you Read more…

Swissbit Extends EM-20 Embedded Multimedia Card Range

Swissbit, a leading manufacturer of flash memory solutions, has extended its recently launched EM-20 embedded multimedia card range with a new addition and a choice of pre-configuration options. The single chip storage solution in a BGA153 package with industrial graded MLC flash and controller is an ideal solution for small form factor system boards commonly Read more…

ITT’s Nemesis II CBA for Soldier-Worn Applications

The Nemesis II CBA  is a lightweight, high performance interconnect featuring Cannon breakaway functionality and proprietary high pressure sealing tested for water submersion to 20+ Meters. It delivers reliable power, signal and data in a smaller, more robust and integrated design package and helps soldiers reduce physical loads, maintain communication and receive mission-critical information when Read more…