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• • • INDUSTRIAL PLUGS & SOCKETS • • • From PLUG+PLAY to PLUG+GROW


is green house or vertical farm, have the same three criteria. That is, a high IP rating, no opening of LED luminaires or HPS luminaires on site and ease of cleaning. Wieland Electric has the perfect solution for the installation of lighting in horticultural environments with a completely pluggable system with IP66, IP68 and IP69 rated RST plug + play solution. Whether it is energy distribution in the field or a simple interface to appliances, RST reduces


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he environment of a horticulture installation creates very specific requirements for lighting luminaires but all farms, whether it


installation and maintenance time and delivers total flexibility. The RST system is touch-safe, simple to expand and modify and offer very fast and simple installation with state-of-the-art ingress protection that allows predictable costs of operation.


The RST system components ensure the fastest installation possible, with pre-assembled cables for routing or supply of electrical power and pluggable distribution components guarantee a quick and safe installation for HPS and LED luminaires. Connectors interface between conventional and pluggable components without the need for


stripping, dismantling and wiring.


Controlled-environment agriculture (CEA) is the future of produce farming and Wieland has essential solutions for CEA technology. If you would like to see for yourself how much faster a Wieland pluggable installation actually is compared to the traditional wiring system, contact us to receive free samples and try it for yourself and see the link https://wie.li/horticulture or visit the Youtube channel at https://bit.ly/3uoGSP3.


WIELAND ELECTRIC wieland.co.uk


Joule 20 test socket for peripheral IC test


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miths Interconnect, a provider of innovative solutions for critical semiconductor test applications, announced the introduction of its Joule 20 test socket for Peripheral IC Test.


Joule 20 failsafe scrubbing contact technology provides first-class electrical and mechanical performance in testing peripheral ICs for the most demanding communication, consumer, wearable and automotive applications. Its innovative design allows for the housing to be disassembled without removing the socket from the PCB. This enables cleaning and repair to be done without taking production equipment offline, reducing equipment down-time and improving production throughput. “The recent acceleration of the digital age is


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creating a huge demand for new consumer/ commercial electronics, as well as for self-driving vehicles. Integrated circuits become faster and more complex, which requires high test reliability and reduced test time”, says Bruce Valentine, vice president and general manager of the Semiconductor Test Business Unit at Smiths Interconnect. “As IC technology evolves to meet these demands, Smiths Interconnect stands ready to support with solutions like Joule, which provides increased throughput as well as faster, reliable, and repeatable testing of Peripheral Packages (QFN, QFP, and SOIC)”.


Smiths Interconnect’s Joule 20 test socket offers significant differentiating benefits including:


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Drop in socket, matching existing PCB socket footprints


Extremely short signal path, providing high bandwidth up to 20GHz


Very low contact resistance between the chip and the PCB, driving higher test yields


High frequency capability to ensure signal integrity and reliability


Tri-Temp Ready for wide temperature range (from -40 °C to +125 °C)


Long contact life, up to 500K insertions


SMITHS INTERCONNECT smithsinterconnect.com


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