Rugged USB 2.0 cables, connectors

Part of the USBField product line from Amphenol, new USB 2.0 connections for harsh environments feature mechanical strength and need no tools. The locking system uses a screw thread and incorporates an anti-uncoupling system to provide high levels of resistance to vibration and impact Sheaths are reinforced with double shielding and are self-extinguishing and halogen-free (UL94-V0).

09/01/2008


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Part of the USBField product line from Amphenol, new USB 2.0 connections for harsh environments feature mechanical strength and need no tools. The locking system uses a screw thread and incorporates an anti-uncoupling system to provide high levels of resistance to vibration and impact Sheaths are reinforced with double shielding and are self-extinguishing and halogen-free (UL94-V0). Solutions are resistant to industrial and military environments with IP67 waterproofing and resistance to salt spray for 48 to 500 hours. They can be used in a temperature range from -40 °C to +85 °C. Connections include versions dedicated to applications subjected to major levels of disturbance from electromagnetic fields. USB A connectors have been joined by USB B cables and connectors (to link up peripherals). www.usbfield.com , www.amphenol.com Amphenol





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