Featured Articles

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. High-Speed Communication Protocols For The Fischer MiniMax Series And Fischer UltiMate Series

    Types of communication protocols include signaling, authentication, and error detection and correction. This white paper outlines the most relevant parameters that determine whether a connector and/or a cable assembly can withstand a defined data protocol.

  5. When Miniaturization Matters

    It is imperative for military organizations around the globe to be able to find ways to lighten the loads that soldiers carry into battle. Every piece of equipment must be able to improve communications, agility, and lethality for soldier reliability. Connector and cabling solutions have been identified as one place to make such improvements. This white paper takes a close look at the miniaturization of military connectors, and addresses issues of size, weight and functionality.

  6. Instrumentation And The Internet Of Things: Seven Essentials For Rugged Connectors In Instrumentation Applications

    The use of measuring devices to monitor and control processes is critical for the smooth operation of large systems and is an integral part to the future of the IoT. This white paper presents seven considerations to keep in mind for engineering rugged connector solutions for the IoT.

  7. Smaller And Smarter: Fischer Connectors Expands Its Robust Fiberoptic Series With A New Single Fiber Optic Connectivity Solution

    Fischer Connectors recently launched its new single fiber optic connector (FO1) within its Fischer FiberOptic Series. This miniature, lightweight, rugged connectivity solution is easy to use and ensures premium performance even in harsh environments.

  8. Decontamination Protocols For Stainless Steel Medical Connectors

    This white paper provides an overview of parameters that define if a connector can withstand a contamination protocol, as well as the advantages of using Fisher Core Series Stainless Steel in recommended decontamination protocols.

  9. Fischer Connectors Introduces New Ultra-Sterile Connector: Fischer Core Series Stainless Steel

    Fischer Connectors introduces the new line of stainless steel connectors and cable assembly solutions – the Core Series Stainless Steel. These new circular connectors offer excellent chemical, temperature, and radiation resistance in severe environments found in nuclear or medical applications.

  10. Pin Socket Version Of Fischer MiniMax™ Series Now Commercially Available

    Fischer Connectors, a worldwide leader in push-pull circular connectors and cable assembly solutions, recently introduced the new pin socket version of the innovative Fischer MiniMax™ Series to the United States at the MD&M show in Anaheim, CA.