TKS transformer terminal for wire cross-sections up to 16 mm


range of RJ45 modular jack solutions now at TTI, Inc.

sourced in Europe through TTI, Inc. The products meet the increasing demand for faster


speeds and greater bandwidth for VoIP, Ethernet, WLAN, medical, and industrial applications. Including the latest RJ magnetic connectors and IP67 rated RJ45 connectors for harsh environments, the devices are available in vertical and right angle format, and are PoE and PoE+ compatible, as well as RoHS and IEC 60603-7 compliant. High performance RJ45 connectors meet Cat5e, Cat6,

and Cat6A specification performance levels per EIA-568-C.2 without external assistance and allow for easy upgrade from Cat5e to Cat6 or Cat6A. Amphenol’s RJ45 modular jack connectors are available

with various shielding options and LEDs. Benefiting from up to 750 mating and unmating cycles and a wide

operating temperature range of -55C up to +85C, the components are fully IR reflow compatible.

TTI, inc.  + 49-8142-6680-0 

LEMO  Stand No. B44

IDEAL Networks launches world’s first handheld Industrial Ethernet network and cable tester

of PROFINET Industrial Ethernet networks, plus standard Ethernet IP networks. The new, rugged NaviTEK IE copper and fibre troubleshooter has been developed to simplify the process of testing both cabling and networks in Industrial Ethernet networks that utilise the PROFINET protocol. Previously, a laptop with specialist software would be required to identify and test network nodes and configuration, which could prove cumbersome in these typically ‘desk-free’ environments. The tester offers all the same features as the popular IDEAL Networks NaviTEK NT Pro, but with a range of additional tools specific to the needs of Industrial Ethernet, where packet delivery time is critical for operation. For instance, the system health check


feature on NaviTEK IE enables frontline technicians to pinpoint potential issues before they become network failures and result in downtime.

IDEAL Networks  01925 428 380 

Now at Mouser: STMicroelectronics STM32WB Ultra-Low-Power Wireless Microcontrollers


ouser Electronics, Inc. is now stocking the STM32WB wireless microcontrollers from STMicroelectronics (ST). Supporting Bluetooth®

5.0, ZigBee 3.0, and OpenThread connectivity, the dual-core STM32WB microcontrollers are ideal for a broad range of Internet of Things (IoT) applications, including wearable devices, home security products, smart lighting, fitness and medical devices, industrial appliances, and asset tracking. ST’s STM32WB wireless microcontrollers, available from Mouser Electronics, are based on ST’s low-power STM32L4 microcontroller, and offer a rich peripheral set with power-conscious performance. Centered around a 64 MHz Arm® Cortex®-M4 application processor core and an Arm

CortexM0+ network processor core, with up to 1 Mbyte of on-chip flash and 256 Kbytes of SRAM, the microcontrollers integrate a 2.4 GHz radio transmitter optimized for low power consumption and high RF performance.

Mouser 30 MARCH 2019 | ELECTRONICS  (817) 804-3800 

DEAL Networks has launched NaviTEK IE, the first purpose built handheld network tester, designed for commissioning, preventative maintenance and troubleshooting

Space is the final frontier for Newbury Electronics' PCBs

• "An excellent producer of quick turnaround quality hardware."

• Adapting to meet the needs of a niche market is key to the flourishing relationship

Newbury Electronics recently supplied boards to

European Engineering & Consultancy (EECL), for use in the development of a space borne GPS receiver. Dr Kieniewicz, founder EECL, said; "The space borne RF

front end is for a cutting-edge GPS receiver that will give a spacecraft millimetre positioning accuracy. This and other projects require a degree of prototyping to ensure the best possible performance and having a partner that we can rely on to keep to budget is extremely important. We use Newbury Electronics for all the prototype runs as they are an excellent producer of quick turnaround, quality hardware. Other benefits are the option to generate a quotation online instantly and submit my design on a given day with the option to expedite it quicker if necessary. Many small components are not labelled, such as capacitors, so you must rely on the manufacturer to not mix up part lines."

Newbury Electronics  01635 40347 


mphenol ICC's broad range of I/O registered RJ45 modular jack and RJ magnetic solutions can now be

Amphenol ICC’s broad

connections to implement power supply of specific devices or machinery in a larger system. Their hinged cover elements open wide and can be fixed in place when opened to enable comfortable, time-saving soldering of the coil ends. The new, two-pole TKS 16 terminal like all terminals from this series can be mounted directly on a core with integrated receptacles or on aluminum 10 x 2 mm DIN rails. The proven clamping yoke system accomplishes a secure, vibration-resistant connection. The closed housing design ensures touch safety in compliance with DGUV provision 3. The terminals are available in orange or gray polyamide PA 6.6 UL94 V-0. The PMC SB 7,5 and PC-SB 7,5 quick marking systems are available for labeling the terminals.




EMO will be exhibiting an extensive range of standard off-the-shelf rugged multi-pin

connectors at this year’s Security & Policing exhibition, being held at FIVE, Farnborough on 5-7th March 2019. The company’s display will include the latest high-

powered addition to the M Series range of miniature high-density ratchet locking circular connectors suitable for equipment used in harsh environments. These products offer customers, space and weight saving benefits without compromising in areas such as performance, reliability or functionality.

 01903 234543 

ONTA-CLIP adds a transformer terminal for wire cross-sections up to 16 mm2 to its TKS series. The terminals are used to adapt coil ends to screw

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