New eBook on secure connections in industrial IoT available from Mouser & Phoenix Contact

17 July 2019

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Electronics distributor, Mouser has announced a new eBook in collaboration with Phoenix Contact, offering an in-depth look at interconnect design & its importance in the rapidly involving Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

In 'Trusted Connection, Trusted Design', technical experts from Phoenix Contact provide useful guides on PCB design, locking systems and new connecting technologies, offering readers valuable insights on how to leverage connectors for more reliable performance.

As more devices are folded into IIoT, strong connections will take on additional importance to support the intelligence of smart devices. The demanding requirements of IoT include both time-tested features and new innovations, from effective latching mechanisms to active circuit indication and shielding to facilitate faster data rates.

The new eBook from Mouser and Phoenix Contact features multiple detailed guides on specific connectors, as well as their applications in PCBs and industrial design. Phoenix Contact’s technical experts offer useful instructions on how to choose the best PCB terminal block, in addition to what common mistakes and design flaws to avoid. The eBook also provides a valuable guide on the use of M12 connectors in industrial facilities, as well as SKEDD direct connection technology.

The 'Trusted Connection, Trusted Design' eBook also highlights relevant products from Phoenix Contact, including the company’s MKDSP95 Series terminal blocks and reliable M12 connectors, industry-leading RF modules and switches. The company’s products, available from Mouser, include UT terminal blocks, board-to-board connectors and PCB connectors, each offering trusted support for industrial design and IoT applications.

To learn more about Phoenix Contact, visit: www.mouser.com/phoenix-contact

To read the new e-book, visit: www.mouser.com/news/phoenixcontact-ebook/mobile/index.html


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