Robotics across industries all have one thing in common: precision connectivity products. As industry disruptors continue to look for ways to reduce costs and increase productivity via robotics, companies like Positronic have a unique role to play in manufacturing agile connectors. Read the full blog on how connectors will fuel the rise of robotics in the workforce
The term “small connectors” doesn’t necessarily indicate a specific connector size; rather, it refers to any connector in which a lot can be accomplished in a small space. This could encompass everything from D-subminiature connectors to shockingly small, yet powerful, microminiature variations.
Whether they’re designing industrial machinery or consumer devices, many engineers increasingly choose to switch from point-to-point wiring to connector-based cable assemblies.
Types of connectors available, waterproofing features, IP ratings, and cost effectiveness all play a part in determining which connector is best for the job.
Learn about when to use modular connectors and how to evaluate the right connector for your application.
Do you want to throw out a $50,000 drone when the connector fails? Of course not. You need your connectors to last.
PosiBand uses a spring clip that yields a uniform electrical connection across a much greater surface area than split-finger designs. This allows more current flow with less heat generation, yielding the best power density per contact in the industry.
No soldering is required with press fit connectors, and press fit has a failure rate 100x lower than that of soldered connections.
Modular connectors are designed to allow customers to construct a bespoke design from a range of standard options. The components of the modular connector are already designed and ready to manufacture, making it easy for the customer to specify the exact features required.
The technology used within spacecraft equipment carries a lot of responsibility, so it must undergo rigorous testing on earth before it can be launched into space. This is where hermetic connectors come into play.