CEO Gary Elsasser showed the Fugoo mobile speaker at this year’s luxury show in New York City. When he wasn’t busy taking advantage of its Ingress Protection rating of IP67 by throwing the FUGOO into a tank of water or on the floor......More
What does a flexible bellows coupling do? Is fatigue failure a concern with the applications this product is used for? What are some of the applications this type of product has been used in? What are some of the misalignments, and torques a bellows coupling can compensate for?...More
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Atkins and Pearce’s Armour Guard line offers 11 expandable monofilament sleeves for protecting wires, cables, and hoses in a variety of environments. Heavy-duty braids target rugged applications for abrasion protection. Flame-retardant braids are used in industrial and high-tech applications to quickly self-extinguish and minimize fire damage and spreading. And Halar braids for HVAC applications prevent toxic gases from spreading in a system and are resistant to high temperatures. The sleeves come in sizes ranging from 3/16 to 5 in....More
Engineers at Cicoil encased dual-shielded conducting pairs inside a flat cable housing for better protection against EMI/RF than that provided by shielded round cables and other types of flat shielded cables....More
With the need for higher data-rate capacity in the aerospace market, new lightweight, flexible, and routable Ethernet cables are bundled in a unique jacket material that provides the high speed and light weight necessary....More
Flexx-Sil “off-the-shelf” clean-room cables and assemblies for the semiconductor industry are rated for Class 1 Clean Room use. The rubber-jacketed cables meet ISO 146441 Air Cleanliness Requirements, exceed ASTM E595 outgassing requirements, and are excellent for vacuum environments....More
When science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov first penned stories about positronic robots in the 1940s, it’s doubtful he could have foreseen that one of the weak points real robots would have is relatively mundane: the cabling used to connect their moving parts. This wiring can flex millions of times in normal use....More