Heilind Stocks Molex KK Connectors

Heilind Electronics, the largest distributor of interconnect products in North America, is now stocking KK® Reflow Process Compatible (RPC) connector system manufactured by Molex Incorporated. The Molex KK connector system can be designed into a variety of power and signal applications and is available in industry-standard 2.54 and 3.96 mm pitch sizes. The KK connector…

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ASM AS8506 Available at Future

Future Electronics, a global leading distributor of electronic components, offers availability of AMS’ AS8506 Series, offering robust architecture for lithium cell monitoring and balancing. The AS8506 Series from AMS offers simpler, more robust architecture for lithium cell monitoring and balancing. The AS8506 cell monitor and cell balancer IC enables autonomous cell balancing, simultaneous cell voltage…

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The Resilient Supply Chain

Global business is at a crossroads. Volatility has emerged as a systemic condition, disruption occurs at any time, often with unprecedented magnitude, and there are no longer discrete sets of risk events with periods of stability in between. When disruptions occur, the global supply chain – now an intricately intertwined web – acts as a…

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Imaging Goes Hyperspectral

Over the past few years, we have seen significant growth in interest in our hyperspectral imaging technology. We hear about applicability of this technology in new areas almost every day. It may not be unrealistic to expect that in a few years we may all have mobile devices equipped with hyperspectral sensors used to monitor…

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Arrow CEO: Components Market is ‘Stable’

Michael Long, as chairman and CEO of global components distributor Arrow Electronics Inc., has a vantage position from where he can observe trends and events as they unfold in the global high-tech industry. That’s why many in the electronics industry pay close attention when Long speaks about the condition and direction of the market, especially…

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Industrial Electronics Chip Growth Surges

El Segundo, Calif. —The global market for industrial electronics semiconductors grew 11 percent in 2013, recovering from a five percent loss in 2012, according to IHS Technology (NYSE: IHS). Global industrial chip revenues increased from $30.4 billion in 2012 to $33.7 billion in 2013. Growth will continue over the next few years with industrial-related semiconductor revenue…

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