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June 2020 Connector Industry News

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June 2020 Connector Industry News

Siemon is hosting its virtual InfoComm Connected event today through Thursday, June 16–18. The digital event will include a presentation about how to ensure that your twisted-pair copper cabling is suitable for AV over IP applications and several more about high-performance AV cabling and harsh-environment connectivity solutions, including the user-friendly Z-PLUG Field-Terminated RJ45 Plug, the Z-MAX Cat 6A Cabling Systems, and the record-setting LightBow Mechanical Splice Fiber Termination Tool. InfoComm Connected is free to attend and the virtual platform will remain live from June 19 to August 21, allowing attendees to browse through exhibitor showcases and view on-demand sessions.

Weidmüller launched a digital trade fair focused on smart factory solutions including Industrial IoT, machine learning, power management, modular infrastructure concepts, and single-pair Ethernet. The site offers various webinars and resources, including a virtual trade fair booth. Weidmüller is also presenting a webinar about tools, ferrules, and connection technologies for wire processing centers tomorrow, June 17, at both 9:00am and 12:00pm EDT and offers on-demand access to a number of recent webinars as well.

TE Connectivity recently presented a webinar about heat-shrink tubing for industrial and commercial vehicles that’s now available on demand and will present another about the unique challenges of large-cable applications, especially as they relate to the rapidly growing EV/HEV/PHEV market, at 11:30am EDT on Wednesday, June 24.

HARTING recently presented a webinar about renewable energy storage systems that’s now available on-demand. The webinar addressed how to establish error-free connections for battery modules, how to ensure safe installations, and how to enable time-saving service and maintenance using the new Han S Series connectors designed especially for battery modules.