Connectors • Electrical/Electronic Connectors

Electronic connectors are used for a wide variety of industrial applications including I/O, PCB, display connections and more.

While there are hundreds of types of electrical connectors, each connector is essentially a conductive device that joins electrical circuits together. The electrical connection may be temporary, may require a tool for assembly/removal, or may be a permanent electrical joint between two wires or devices. A number of electrical connectors are keyed, meaning they have a component that allows mating only with specific connectors. Industrial electrical connector types are designed to withstand extreme cold and heat, vibration, various pressures, dust, oil and flooding. Available in open or sealed design, electrical connectors are used in manufacturing, off-highway, trucking, construction, agricultural, and engine-related applications. Commonly used electrical connector types include: 8P8C connectors, D-subminiature connectors, USB connectors, power connectors, RF connectors, BNC connectors, DC connectors, insulation displacement connectors, plug and socket connectors, and blade connectors.

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  • Conec Corp.

    Manufacturers of electronic and electrical connectors, including D-Sub Connectors, Filter D-Sub, High Voltage and High Current Filter Connectors, Water Resistant, DIN Type M Mixed Layout Connectors, RF Coaxial, SCSI, Computer, Fiber Optic Outdoor Connectors, Fiber Optic Adapters, Fiber Optic Connectors, D Subminiature (D-Sub) and DIN Power Contacts.

  • Mod-Tronic Instruments Limited

    Replace Slip Rings with maintenance free Rotating (Rotary) Electrical Connectors with 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 and 8 conductors available in 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 30 and 250 amps, coaxial accessory caps and receptacles, modular accessory disconnects.