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BEL Valves

BEL Valves invests £250,000 to future proof business

North East manufacturer BEL Valves has invested £250,000 over the last 18 months to future proof the business as part of its sustainability plans


Discover LEMO’s new leading-edge High Power connectors

LEMO is thrilled to announce the expansion of its field-proven M series portfolio with new configurations for High Power requirements, available as of March 31st, 2022.

FPT Industrial


FPT Industrial and its partner and distributor Frydenbø Industri AS will together be attending Nor-Shipping 2022, the biennial fair dedicated to marine technology innovation and sustainable solutions held at NOVA Spektrum in Lillestrøm (Oslo, Norway) from 4 to 7 April 2022. The main event at the shared stand (Hall D, Stand D05-30) will be the unveiling of the keel cooling configuration of the recently launched C16 600 marine engine for commercial vessels.


Moxa Unveils Its Next-generation Industrial Networking Solutions to Help Futureproof Industrial Automation

Moxa Inc., a leader in industrial communications and networking, announced the launch of its next-generation industrial Ethernet switches, the EDS-4000/G4000 Series. The EDS-4000/G4000 Series includes 68 models that will help Moxa’s customers build futureproof industrial networks to strengthen operational resilience in industrial spaces such as power, transportation, maritime, and factory automation.

Fischer Connectors

Fischer Connectors’ solutions support the transmission of sensor data for the wind-powered SP80 boat setting out to reach the phenomenal speed of 80 knots, and thereby break the long-standing world sailing speed record of 65.45 knots

During the development of its boat that is now close to its final design phase, the SP80 team has chosen Fischer Connectors for the data-transmission solutions interconnecting the various sensors that will equip the boat and its pilot to break the world sailing speed record. The technical challenge is to sail at a speed of 80 knots (148.16 km/h), powered only by the wind. This is 14.55 knots faster than the record of 65.45 knots (121.21 km/h) set in 2012.

Fischer Connectors

High speeds in ever-smaller footprints: new connectivity solutions featuring high-density miniaturization power up data transmission in reduced-scale electronics

The Swiss-headquartered Fischer Connectors Group continues to push the boundaries of high-density miniaturization in connectivity. Its ultra-miniature, rugged series of connectors, cable assemblies and electronic solutions has been extended to help engineers add more functionality and meet high-speed data acquisition and transmission requirements in applications with extreme limitations in space, even in harsh operating environments.

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