ADVERTORIAL TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION New On-Vehicle Data Connector from Amphenol Improves Vehicle Diagnostics Global marine electronics

specialist brings DeviceNet specification cables &

connectors to wider market

upon DeviceNet specification. This makes their robust and reliable ‘cable and connector’ range available to the wider electronics industry for use in any industrial application that uses DeviceNet. CEO of Actisense, Philip Whitehurst, said: “We originally


developed our range of NMEA 2000 cables and connectors for the marine sector that we have served for over two decades. These products, however, have a much wider potential and have been celebrated as amongst the most robust, hard-waring, and reliable on the market. We hope to develop closer relationships in the wider electronics sector so that we can share our award-winning products with them and to also collaborate with their industry knowledge to build ever-smarter solutions.” For more information about the A2K network range

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he A2K Network Range from global award-winning marine electronics manufacturer, Actisense, is built

offers industry-standard, on-vehicle data plug connectors that are designed for vehi- cle diagnostic and data communication. The AT circular connector (ATC) series will per- form in the most demanding applications in heavy duty trucks and buses. The new 3 and 5 pole standard electrical


plugs will improve the quantity and quality of options offered by the ATC series. While the 9 pole provides a J1939 solution of receptacle/contacts/accessories. SAE J1939 is a specified type of controller area net- work (CAN) that defines the communication pathways for vehicle networks. Through a series of microprocessors, a CAN intercon- nects every device and establishes a common link between each other. This new connector gives reliable support on CAN systems and helps electrical devices to communicate with each

other. Applications include GPS tracking and CAN data communications for diagnostics of vehicle engine speed, tem- perature, oil temperature and exhaust emissions. The round receptacles feature simple jam nut mounting for quick assembly and a smaller flange that saves space

on mating panels. The heavy-duty industrial connectors are environmentally sealed against moisture and contami- nants. They feature a reverse bayonet coupling design that allows for quick mating and un-mating – withstanding more

than 100 mating cycles. The RoHs compliant connectors work with industry standard size 16 contacts and are made from high quality cop-

per alloy. Nickel and gold plating are available. AT circular connectors have an operating temperature range of -55°C to +125°C.

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getting a clear visualisation of the area of interest with suffi- cient resolution to be able to detect the smallest faults. A straight 2D image could mask issues where the correct low angle image can see them easily. Equally CT isn’t always the answer as the part in question may be in the middle of a large board. In this circumstance a high resolution reduced angle CT could give you the required images. Our Nordson Dage Quadra 7 system, with 100nm resolution, full CT and tomosynthesis capability, can image

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