Molex and Mouser have created a digital think tank devoted to IIoT. This field offers opportunities for engineering’s blend of logic and imagination. This month Mouser will examine the following topics:
There is cause for optimism that the future of industrial automation will be scalable, open, and integrated. Explore some of the top trends destined to impact machine builders and plant operations.
See how the Contrinex series of miniature photoelectric sensors minimize costly interventions in the food processing and packaging industry.
Discover how IIoT brings game-changing innovations to every aspect of production, including facility safety, predictive maintenance and scalable lines.
Examine industrial connectors that rise to the challenge of delivering more power and speed within shrinking spaces.
Electrical connectors that provide a powerful combination of compactness, retention security and ruggedness.
Easy-ON FFC/FPC connectors that offer 0.20 to 2.00mm pitches, diverse actuator options that include ZIF, slider and flip, and feature positive locks and a dual-contact design for reliable connections.
SlimStack Board-to-Board Connectors are ideal for compact applications in the automotive, industrial, medical, and mobile device industries.
Explore how advanced modular technologies make highly complex industrial machines and robotics more functional, intelligent and connected.
See how advanced finite element analysis (FEA) simulation along with electrical, mechanical and environmental durability tests ensure cordsets that are well-suited for industrial automation.
Industrial Ethernet helps food and beverage companies retain relevant legacy systems while tapping into innovative applications that support future business growth.
Brad M12 Ultra-Lock Connectors offer a unique ability to deliver exponentially more power than standard connectors while also offering multiple codings for electrical requirements and ease-of-use for factory automation.
Brad PROFINET IO-Link Harsh IO Modules offer 60.00 and 30.00mm housing formats, user configurable I/O channels, 4-and 5-pin power versions and provide customers with a broad product range.
RFID tags enable thousands of in-field assets to be monitored based on location, service-life, and many other varibles. They also create operational and financial efficiencies while generating new data to inform business decisions.
So join Mouser and Molex as we explore the products and design insights shaping the future of connected, automated manufacturing.
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