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Würth Adds High-Current Wire-to-Board Connectors


Waldenburg, Germany — Würth has introduced its REDCUBE PLUG series of terminal modules for detachable wire-to-board connec- tions. REDCUBE PLUG is suitable for tool-free assembly in difficult-to- access areas. High current contacts press-fit-


ted into the PCB offer extremely low contact resistance compared with solder connections — 100 to 200 µW as opposed to 300 to 400 µW — which is beneficial in managing heat. Another advantage of press-fit tech- nology is that it is also suitable for very thick boards with high copper coverage. REDCUBE PLUG terminals


press-fitted using twelve tin-plated pins milled from solid brass can be loaded with up to 120A. With these high-current contacts, the cable with plug is locked spring-loaded in a glass-fiber reinforced plastic hous- ing. The screwless connection is established and released again by pressing on the housing from above. A screwless solution may also be use- ful where screws dropped during assembly would have disastrous con-


sequences. The multi-pluggable con- nection is also excellent for chargers. The terminals are now avail- able in any quantities from stock.


REDCUBE PLUG wire-to-board connectors.


Free samples are available. The matching REDCUBE cable connector made of a copper alloy with tin sur- face is also available. They come in several designs for cables with cross- sections of 4, 6, 10 and 16 mm2


(0.006, 0.009, 0.015, and 0.024 in.2). Contact: Würth Elektronik eiSos GmbH & Co. KG, Max-Eyth-Strasse


1, 74638 Waldenburg, Germany % +49-7942-945-5186 E-mail: sarah.hurst@we-online.de Web: www.we-online.de


Curtiss-Wright Intros CANbus Rotary Position Sensor


Charlotte, NC — Curtiss-Wright has introduced its NRH27C, a non-con- tact rotary position sensor. The sen- sor uses CANbus communications and is suitable for use in speciality on- and off-highway vehicles. Developed under the company’s


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legacy brand of Penny & Giles, the NRH27C expands the company’s recently-introduced NRH271 and NRH272 product lines and shares many similar features and bene- fits. These include a low-profile sensor body, small footprint, CANbus J1939 communications and a fully-encapsulated, IP69K- rated design that offers exception- al performance against water, dust, shock, vibration, and tem- perature. This makes the range excellent for on- and off-highway vehicles that are destined for chal- lenging environments, and a cost- effective solution for medium-volume applications where a degree of cus- tomization may be required. Within the CAN messaging


structure of the vehicle, the NRH27C’s two independent Hall effect sensing signals allow for error checking of the positional data, which address the needs of safety-critical applications. An onboard diagnostic function can send predefined error messages that communicate the present state of the


sensor. The versatile, factory-pro- grammable electronics can also be eas- ily set to different baud rates, node ID and frame rates according to system requirements. Contained in a 9.5 mm (0.4 in.)


low-profile housing and available with industry-standard AMP Superseal, Deutsch DT04 series con-


NRH27C non-contact rotary position sensor.


nectors, or simple 18 AWG flying- leads for customer termination, the NRH27C can be powered from a 5 VDC regulated or 9 to 30 VDC unreg- ulated supply and provides a full


360° output range. Contact: Curtiss-Wright Corp., 13925 Ballantyne Corporate Place,


Suite 400, Charlotte, NC 28277 % 704-869-4600 E-mail: info@curtisswright.com Web: www.curtisswright.com


Kalray Releases Next-Gen MPPA Processor


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Los Altos, CA — Kalray has an - nounced the launch of the third gen- eration of its high-performance MPPA® processor, the MPPA3 Coolidge. The processor will be avail- able for critical embedded applica- tions, such as autonomous vehicles, aeronautics, medical devices, robot- ics, and drones. The chip includes data fusion capabilities and is espe- cially efficient in compute-heavy


applications, including deep learning and machine vision. The processor’s massive paral-


lelization is designed to enable multi- ple applications running in parallel


with high performance. Contact: Kalray, Inc., 4962 El


Camino Real, Los Altos, CA 94022 % 650-469-3729


E-mail: abusch@kalrayinc.com Web: www.kalrayinc.com


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