Electronic devices are getting smaller and smaller and engineers are beginning to face challenges when they accept standard off the shelf connectors to meet their needs. If your design can not afford to be compromised, then customization is the solution.
Off the shelf (OTS) connectors have two limiting qualities. First, these connectors typically cost significantly more than a one piece overmolded touchproof connector. The second is the same reason for their popularity; a generic design. We have found that some of our customers prefer to have more control of the cables that connect to their devices. A “one size fits all” approach does not always work for these types of customers.
Contract manufacturing offers highly skilled workers, leveraging their knowledge and experience to quickly and efficiently grow your business. Contract manufacturers offer three major benefits to businesses: large resource of knowledge, offloading work (increased workloads or non-core competencies) and cost savings (material/wages).
he standard size USB (Universal Serial Bus) connector, along with the operation of the USB, has stayed relatively the same since 1996, outliving the USB 1, 2 and 3.0 standards. The standard USB is the connector you see on almost every computer peripheral device such as, keyboard, mouse, camera, and jump drive. It is so popular that we use them to modularize connection between the cellphone and a wall power supply. There has been a variety of alternative form factors on the other end of the standard size USB, but the old way of thinking has remained relatively the same.
There has been, and most likely will always be, a spirited debate of which type of In-Ear Monitor (IEM) cable is the best. Should you buy copper or silver? Maybe silver plated copper? Maybe tinsel wire verses stranded? There are more options available in the world than the average consumer cares to comprehend. Factor in the difference between casual music listening, stage performance and true audiophile sound quality. The listening environment changes from one to another.
Every user, distributor or prescriber of any type of medical device wants confidence that the device will perform as intended. Part of that confidence comes from the knowledge that the medical device manufacture is held to stringent regulatory requirements
A list of terms and definitions that are used and some of the more common synonyms. This list was created so we can not only help our customers more effectively but as a teaching tool for ourselves as sometimes we get locked into our own internal terminology.
Working in an environment saturated with cables, machinery, people and various other obstacles is difficult at best and impossible at worst. These objects can get snagged, tangled, twisted together and make the task even more stressful than it might already be. Compound this with a high stress; high risk task that requires extreme attention to detail and accidents are bound to happen. Professions that operate in this type of highly focused