NMW 2002: Remke introduces shielded connector

Chicago, Ill. - Remke Industries Inc. (Wheeling, Ill.) exhibited at National Manufacturing Week its Micro-Link Shielded Connector, a new addition to its Tuff-Link line of molded connectors.

By Control Engineering Staff March 21, 2002

Chicago, Ill. – Remke Industries Inc. (Wheeling, Ill.) exhibited at National Manufacturing Week its Micro-Link Shielded Connector, a new addition to its Tuff-Link line of molded connectors. Micro-Link features a 360° aluminum mylar foil shield that minimizes electrical interference, which can disrupt signals from connectors to control devices.

Micro-Link also features gold-plated contacts for longer life; improved conductivity and corrosion resistance. While other connector manufacturers use stamped and formed contacts, Remke’s contacts are machined from solid brass to produce pin-to-socket connections with precise tolerances that enhance electrical integrity.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
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