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Bulgin Buccaneer connectors at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics

Visit Booth G59 at Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2013 to see the latest additions to the rugged Buccaneer range of dust and waterproof power, signal and data connectors from Bulgin – an Elektron Technology connectivity brand. The exhibition will showcase the new Buccaneer 6000 Series of unique and easy-to-use push-pull connectors featuring a patent pending, push-pull latching mechanism and 30˚ twist lock. This innovative addition to the Buccaneer range can be connected much more rapidly than a traditional screw thread connector, and is designed to withstand the harshest environments, meeting IP66, IP68 and IP69K standards. Available in fully interchangeable metal and plastic constructions, the Buccaneer 6000 Series includes data (USB or Ethernet), signal and power versions up to 16A, 277V, and complements the popular screw thread Buccaneer range. The connector’s body mouldings and pin carriers have been specifically designed to create a robust interface while avoiding damage during coupling. This pioneering ‘fit and forget’ connector is ideally suited to applications where access is restricted, and will soon be joined by the IP66, IP68 and IP69K rated Buccaneer 7000 Series for mains power applications. Remarkably compact for its 25A and 277V rating, the Buccaneer 7000 will be available in 2, 3, 8, 16 and 32 pole options, with a unique π turn locking system and a choice of zinc alloy or plastic bodies, offering engineers and designers the greatest possible flexibility in system design.

Connect with Selwyn Electronics

at Southern Electronics Selwyn Electronics will be offering visitors the chance to access the company's knowledge and experience of connectors at Southern Electronics 2013. Along with a wide range of interconnect products, the firm is also able to offer a full design and development support service for all types of interconnect requirements. From initial concept, through development and then prototyping, the company is able to offer advice, samples and support at every step. After moving into full production, the Kent-based firm offers a competitive stocking and supply service that can be customised to meet the customer's exact needs.

With more than 25 years experience of supplying interconnect solutions, Selwyn can offer a complete range of connectors, cable assemblies and fans. Its range includes fine pitch board to board headers and sockets, crimp and IDC, SCSI, D type, USB, mini circular, terminal blocks, memory card, SATA, BGA sockets/adapters and coaxial connectors. Strong in-house engineering support enables Selwyn to work at a product design level with our customers, while making sure that material costs are kept at the appropriate level.

ByteSnap to demonstrate Smart Energy module

ByteSnap Design will be demonstrating its ZMM-01 ZigBee Smart Energy module at Southern Electronics 2013, together with its SnapUI lightweight desktop and embedded device application development framework. The ZMM-01 simplifies the process of adding ZigBee Smart Energy to a product – it is the first ZigBee Smart Energy module to combine metering and control in a single, low power platform. ByteSnap Design is a specialist in innovative embedded systems development and a 2011 winner of the Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards’ Design Team of the Year for its embedded hardware

and software design work. With some of the most experienced Windows CE developers in Europe, ByteSnap Design has in-house expertise spanning the whole embedded systems stack, from electronics and DSPs to device drivers and application software. The company’s international client list includes customers with products ranging from smart energy and electric vehicle charging posts to bespoke medical electronics, industrial control, signal-processing and low-power monitoring systems. ByteSnap Design is a Zigbee Alliance member and Windows Embedded Silver Partner.

22 December 2012/January 2013

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