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  1. Hexadrone Systems Uses Fischer Connectors For Rugged Miniaturization And Modularity

    Robotics and unmanned applications rely on connectivity solutions that combine miniaturization with ruggedness for high performance. Fischer Connectors translates these requirements into innovative custom solutions with the Fischer MiniMax Series connectors.

  2. The GreenGT H2: First Prototype Electric/Hydrogen Competition Car Uses Fischer Connectors' Products

    In this case study, GreenGT, an independent company that designs, develops and markets clean and sustainable vehicle propulsion systems with a focus on competition and innovation, explains why their team has chosen to partner with Fischer Connectors to build the first prototype electric/hydrogen competition car.

  3. Emerging Trends In Wearable Technology Across Several Markets

    This white paper provides an overview of trends in wearable technology, and discusses emerging applications with a focus on healthcare, industry, robotics, defense, and sport. Examples discuss the impact of wearables in users’ lives, and how they improve health, safety, convenience, and performance.

  4. Fischer Connectors Presents New Products At 2018 SOFIC Show

    Fischer Connectors, the global connectivity solutions provider for high-performance circular connectors and cable assemblies, exhibited at the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in Tampa, FL this month. Many of the products they displayed offer new technologies and new solutions to issues with wearable tech in the military.

  5. Miniature High-Speed Data Connectivity: Fischer MiniMax™ Series Now Available With AWG24 Ethernet And IP68 Sealing Down To 20m/24h

    Fischer Connectors, the global connectivity solution provider of high-performance circular connector and cable assemblies, continues to push the boundaries of technological innovation in rugged miniaturization, high-speed data transmission, and sealing.

  6. Considerations For Connector Design In Mobile And Patient-Worn Medical Devices

    This white paper discusses the rising need for mobile and patient-worn devices, and offers recommendations on the proper approach to designing interconnect solutions for these applications.

  7. The Increasing Impact Of Speed And Miniaturization On Rugged Connector Selection

    Design engineers are challenged to pump increasing amounts of data through smaller and smaller spaces. This paper provides a step-by-step process for rugged connector selection that takes the new realities engineers face today into consideration, such as speed and miniaturization.

  8. How Connectors Perform In Harsh Corrosive Environments

    It is important to understand the main factors driving corrosion, and how to make the best interconnection choices for a long-lasting and reliable solution. This white paper discusses the key factors in selecting the best connectivity options for even the most robust and corrosive application environments.

  9. Testing Fischer Fiber Optic Connectors At Cryogenic Temperatures

    Fischer Connectors tested the performance of a Fischer Fiber Optic Series connector at 1.9 Kelvin at CERN’s cryogenic facility (SM18) under the EuCARD-2 Transnational Access program. The test objective was to measure the robustness of the connector in the cryogenic environment. The Fischer connector was lined inside the sealed cryostat with the outside environment, and temperature was slowly reduced in the cryostat, cooling the helium inside to superfluid helium phase at 1.9 K.

  10. Fiber Optic Sensing

    The two types of sensing include local measurement points and distributed sensing. This paper presents the technical basics behind sensing over fiber technologies, its main applications, and the cabling solutions involved.