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Military systems need corona-free cables.

April 24, 2014 11:11 AM Published by Gary Paul | Leave your thoughts

Eliminating effects of electrical discharge is key to fast, reliable signal transmission.

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Medical Connector Manufacturers - Which one to use?

February 14, 2014 01:58 PM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

There are hundreds of medical connector manufacturers in the USA alone.  The worldwide value of the medical device interconnect market is...

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Medical Cable Assemblies vs. Military Cable Assemblies

February 14, 2014 01:39 PM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

 

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Problems With Online Cable Assembly Configurators

February 14, 2014 12:49 PM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

Have you ever gone to a car manufacturers website and used the build your own car feature Now, how many times have you printed it out and...

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Why EMI shielding is needed in your cable assembly

February 14, 2014 12:07 PM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

Electromagnetic interference is going on all around us in our everyday lives and we dont even realize it. Have you ever walked by your coworkers...

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Electrical Connector Testing Tips

February 14, 2014 11:36 AM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

Validation tests are an integral part of ensuring the product to send to market meets or exceeds the design expectations. Performing validation...

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5 Hidden Costs of "Cheap" High Voltage Connectors

February 14, 2014 11:00 AM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

Everyone is trying to stretch their dollar a little more these days, especially businesses. So its not surprising that supply chain personnel...

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7 Most Common MIL Connectors and their Specifications

February 13, 2014 05:03 PM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

Should I use a Military Standard Connector in my application?

Yes and no.

Many non-military industries use these connectors because the performance...

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Design Tips for Corona Free High Voltage Connectors

February 13, 2014 04:47 PM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

Corona, also known as partial discharge, is the result of a gaseous ionization inside or at the interfaces of the insulating materials. Failure...

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Design Tips for a High Voltage Cable Assembly

February 13, 2014 03:32 PM Published by Lisa Clayton | Leave your thoughts

When you go to a cable assembly manufacturer with all your requirements and know exactly what you want youre going to save time and money. Just...

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About Caton Connector

Since 1973 Caton has been the preferred souce for high voltage connectors and low voltage assembly solutions. Our products operate at voltages up to 100 kVDC and have partial discharge levels as low as 2 pC at voltages up to 40 kVRMS and 60 kVDC. Our high voltage connector insert configurations have up to 19 conductors, multi-shields and use single, double and triple extruded silicone cable and are built to lengths of up to 300 feet.

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