eBook: Interconnects for Automotive & Transportation Applications
Download this free resource to learn more about new solutions for interconnects used in Automotive & Transportation Applications.
In Connector Supplier’s latest eBook, Connectors on the Move, industry experts explore the mostly invisible but vital role of interconnects in automotive & transportation applications. In addition to the advanced electronic systems for driving, today’s vehicles have a plethora of electronics associated with safety, comfort, convenience, and entertainment. Secure high-speed data transfer is necessary in commercial vehicles for conducting business effectively and in emergency vehicles where fast and accurate information is critical for first responders. Charging systems are at the forefront of the growing electric vehicles market. Even the manufacture of automobiles and other vehicles has become highly automated. All these functions require rugged and reliable interconnects that can withstand a variety of harsh environment conditions while maintaining functionality.
In addition, this eBook features a broad selection of relevant interconnect products for the automotive & transportation markets from these top suppliers: Amphenol LTW, Arrow, Avnet, Axon’ Cable, CDM Electronics, Chief Enterprises, COAX Connectors, EDAC, ept USA, Globetech, Greenconn, Harwin, Heilind Electronics, Hirose Electric, JPC Connectivity, KYOCERA AVX, METZ CONNECT, Molex, Mouser, PEI-Genesis, Phoenix Contact, Powell Electronics, Rosenberger, RS, Smiths Interconnect, TTI Inc., and Waytek.
Download your free copy of Connectors on the Move here.
Please enjoy this edition, the second of three 2023 eBooks. Our next eBook, The Age of Connected Technology, will be available in October 2023. This collection will explore the role of interconnects in all aspects of our increasingly connected world: IoT, IIoT, Industry 4.0, and the expansion of electrification as more and more industries embrace sustainability.
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