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Molex and profichip announce a strategic cooperation focusing on PROFINET technologies.
Molex subsidiary, Temp-Flex, announces microwave coaxial cables that delivers superior bandwidth.
Molex has announced the availability of the Mini50 Unsealed Connector System.
Molex has introduced the Precision 2.4mm Compression-Mount Test Connectors, the industry’s only high-speed vertical PCB launch configuration operating to 50 GHz.
Products provide flexible and reliable PCB interconnect solutions.
Board-to-board and wire-to-board connectivity delivers unmatched design flexibility.
Third party environmental claim validation for industry’s first bioplastic resin-based connector.
CMC 154-circuit header in compliant-pin mount and 32- and 112-circuit solder-mount headers offer robust, sealed, wire-to-board connection systems for high-conductivity, high-vibration powertrain applications.
Stac64 product family from Molex now certified to the most stringent automotive OEM criteria.
Molex strengthens micro product support for medical technology innovators.
Collaboration yields 4G LTE measurements aimed at improving data connections for better mobile surfing.
Ergonomic right angle second generation Squib AK-2 connector provides low and stable contact resistance.
Molex Incorporated has introduced its Quick Mate Duplex (QMD) LC Optical Connector.
Bridgelux and Molex Incorporated have introduced a LED lighting solution designed and priced to drive rapid, mass market adoption of LED lighting technology.
Helieon LED light module to displace traditional lighting with plug-and-play solution.
TM-4000 universal crimp press from Molex terminates large lug products up to 4 AWG.
MicroSD card connectors from Molex are for compact mobile devices.
Two companies are teaming up at electronica to deliver data at 10.3Gb/sec.
Industry analysts predict that the European medical market will be growing fast during the next five years. Over 65 per cent of connectors used in medical applications are standard Molex products and the company considers this rapidly evolving market and the role of the distribution channel
Optical system designers have a method to connect large core optical fibres for data, sensing, and optical power transmission.