Customer Case Studies Demonstrate Circuit Assembly Custom Design Capabilities

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 7/29/19 7:00 AM

Customers all over the world trust Circuit Assembly for a wide variety of quality interconnect products,
engineering, design, and production services. We want to share some of our customer experiences with you below. 

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Topics: connectors, fiber optic, cables

Cable Vibration Issue Solved for Audio/Video Manufacturer

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 7/22/19 6:01 AM

We are a leader in design and quality production and often find our customers coming to us for parts that perform better than what they are sourcing currently from their OEM. One such customer, a major audio/video manufacturer turned to us when they encountered a critical cable vibration issue.

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Topics: connectors, cables

Circuit Assembly Designs Custom Battery Harness

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 7/8/19 6:02 AM

Our customers continue to rely on us to innovate and design custom connectors and cabling across a multitude of industries. In our latest case study we highlight how we were able to resolve an issue our globally recognized medical technology customer was having. You can download the case study for free.  

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Topics: connectors, cables

Circuit Assembly Delivers Solution on a Discontinued Industrial Connector

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 6/24/19 6:07 AM

We continue to excel in custom connector assemblies and End of Life (EOL) solutions and we want to share our capabilities with you. Whether it is an expensive industrial connector or a new concept you need designing, our engineering and design teams have 50 years experience to help you innovate the solution for your specific needs.

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Topics: Company News, EOL

Spotlight on Solving for End of Life (EOL) Parts

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 6/17/19 6:05 AM

We are a proud leader in interface connectors and cable assemblies. We've been custom designing parts for 50 years and are dedicated to solving any type of design or parts issue our customers encounter. A serious and costly issue our customers frequently encounter is when a manufacturer ceases to make a part. This is know as End of Life, or EOL, and it can leave customers in a serious bind.

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Topics: Company News, EOL

Electric Vehicle Connectors: The Challenge for Engineers

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 6/10/19 6:02 AM

 



Rising fuel costs, a desire to reduce one’s carbon footprint, and increased electric vehicle (EV) and hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) options are paving the way for strong growth of the EV market. Research shows a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.5% between 2016 and 2024.
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Topics: connectors

Home & Office Networking: Ethernet vs WiFi

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 6/3/19 6:02 AM

 


You have a few options in setting up a local area network (LAN) in an office or residence. You can focus on a wired ethernet-connected network or a wireless network. If the latter, please note you would still require a single ethernet (or RJ-45) connection to a modem, which then supplies the wireless connection to computers and devices in range.  

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Topics: connectors

Circuit Assembly Highlights Customization in Corporate Brochure

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 5/28/19 6:02 AM

We have made it easier for our customers to glimpse at what we have to offer by outlining our options in a new corporate brochure. We have included our new IP67/IP68 waterproof and harsh conditions connectors, as well as our solar options.

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Topics: circuit assembly, waterproof, connectors

Standards and Ratings: What do RoHS, Reach, UL, and IP mean?

Posted by Circuit Assembly on 5/20/19 6:06 AM

 

There are a lot of acronyms floating around out there on the equipment, devices, and components we buy. But what do they all mean? This post will look specifically at four common standards/ratings: RoHS, REACH, UL, & IP.

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Topics: connectors

Get More Fiber in Your Life: Fiber Optic Wires!

Posted by Moneeb Afzal on 5/2/19 9:34 AM



In the data transmission industry, wire assemblies are used as the primary way to send a signal from one device to another. Generally, this signal goes through a copper wire. Copper wiring transmits data through electrical signals, or pulses. This is an old but trusty method that has been used for decades. With the introduction of Fiber Optic cabling in the 1970s, and its subsequent rapid growth, copper wiring is looking old and dated.

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Topics: fiber optic

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