What type of cable should I use with my network or application? It's a common question that more and more people are asking, especially as fiber optic has become a viable alternative to copper in many end uses and applications.
Topics: fiber optic
Ryan Estrada, the General Manager and Co-Owner of Ronin, knows how important various aspects of product development are to success. Designing and manufacturing a product quickly without breaking the bank is crucial to the growth and development of a business.
Topics: Case Studies
Exceptional performance. Low power consumption. Low cost. And a variety of end uses and applications.
Copper clad vs. solid copper cables - which is better suited for your needs? You may already have some familiarity with these two types of cables, but it's always good to brush up on the basics to help determine which one to use for your next application. After all, not all cables are the same and making the correct choice between the two is crucial for both saving costs and maintaining data integrity. We've broken things down here to help you with your next selection.
One of the big competitive advantages Circuit Assembly holds is our ownership of both our domestic location as well as our overseas production facility in China. Our business model and dual locations gives us the ability to streamline efficiency and customer service to deliver a high quality end product quickly and affordably every time.
Topics: Company News
Field assembly cable or molded assembly cable? It's a question that we receive at Circuit Assembly often. While we're always happy to consult with customers to help determine the best type of assembly for their application, we thought a blog on the topic could also help shed some light on the debate. In this post, we'll discuss the basics of molded and field assembly. We'll also discuss key factors for deciding between each.
We want to give our valued customers an update to let you know the state of Circuit Assembly and the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Topics: Company News
When you are selecting HDMI cabling, you should focus on the connector itself as over 90% of cable failures occur at and around the connector. Below is a visual guide comparing our high-quality HDMI connectors to some leading competitor ones. For any questions on how to select HDMI cabling - or other types of cables and connectors - please do not hesitate to reach out to us here.