Robotics boom creates components shortage

Between 2011 and 2016, worldwide robot sales increased by 12% per year. So what can suppliers do to keep up?

New HMI encoder with integral LCD

This is destined for use in medical electronics, audio/visual and specialist vehicle control applications

Optical rotary torque sensors launched

These are suited to accurate low torque and high band width measurements

Breakthrough in quantum bits research

This could lead to large scale fabrication

New DC/DC converter module

This can deliver 200 watts of power and has efficiency of up to 95%

New overmoulded cable solutions

These are made of medical-grade silicone or thermoplastic elastomers

Converters range launch

These are designed with green power in mind

Connectors for reduced space operations

The design reduces the panel surface footprint by 40% allowing them to be used where space or weight is at a premium

New microcontrollers

These offer devices integration for concurrent multi-standard and multi-band connectivity

New easy locking connector

This 2A, 150V system is set for use primarily in the medical device industry where lots of portable equipment is used

Proximity sensing capability for microcontrollers

This expanded range features sensing and touch through glass, plastic and metal overlays

New switches

These are designed for use on industrial equipment and computer peripherals

New 16BL single-pole high-current connector

New 16BL single-pole high-current connector – optimized safety functions and increased flexibility.

New smaller connectors

These are aimed at military and railway applications



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