Harsh Environment Applications News

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New Cables from TE Connectivity

TE Connectivity announced Tuesday it has launched its portfolio of flexible, abrasion-resistant Raychem CANbus (Controller Area Network) high-speed copper cables, offering a ruggedized means of transmitting data at speeds up to 1 Mb/s for harsh environment applications.The high performance 120Ω twisted pair cables are available in constructions that meet SAE J1939 and SAE J1939-11 and -15 requirements. Operating temperatures range from minus 65°C to 200°C (depending on construction).“In addition to designing a cable that is easier to terminate, compared to tape-wrap designs, we offer a

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TE Connectivity: AMP MCP 9.5 Connectors

lines become, the greater the need for quality assurance and repeatability−that was our thought process behind a lot of the design work that went into this connector. Failure is not an option in the field and we want to ensure it’s not an option in manufacturing either.”For harsh environment applications that require a high-power, environmentally sealed two position electrical connector, the AMP MCP 9.5 two position connectors are a reliable solution. AMP MCP 9.5 two position connectors and the entire TE Industrial & Commercial Transportation product portfolio deliver reliable connectivity

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Teledyne Maintains Course

603-474-5571|  E-mail: dgo@teledyne.com   |  www.dgo.com   Teledyne Impulse designs and manufactures high-reliability electrical and optical interconnection systems, motorized power transfer switches, and custom insert molded compression connectors for a broad range of harsh environment applications. Contact:  Teledyne Impulse, 9855 Carroll Canyon Road San Diego, CA 92131; Tel: +1-858-842-3100|  E-mail: impulse@teledyne.com   |  www.teledyneimpulse.com   Teledyne Impulse-PDM is an established supplier and manufacturer of electrical and optical interconnect

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Exploring the Subsea Cable Market

Sales Director, Graham Wilkie of Hydro Group plc, a global design and manufacturer of underwater cables and connectors for subsea, topside and harsh environment applications, details how it has stayed ahead in the rapidly changing subsea cable market.   Thanks to the low oil price, the subsea sector is enduring a challenging period. Operators are being forced to venture into more remote and harsher locations, requiring top tier equipment to meet demanding and dynamic environments.   Systems being deployed require reliable power and communications connections suited to meet these demands.

“When companies have a problem, they’re most likely to get Teledyne involved early in their program, and that’s part of our mantra – ‘Get us involved early and we’ll help you save time and money and make your project more successful.’”  Mike Read, President, Teledyne Oil & Gas

MTR100: Teledyne Oil & Gas (PART II)

bulk cable constructions for over 40 years.  Storm cables are designed to meet demanding performance specifications of mixed geometry multi-cored cable elements under a single jacket for size, space, and performance efficiencies.  Storm produces cables for a broad range of harsh environment applications in the Oil & Gas, mining, heavy equipment, defense and marine markets.   Small run prototype quantities for qualification are available with short lead times.   The MTR100 is Marine Technology Reporter's Annual report on 100 leading companies in the subsea industry

Teledyne Impulse: Making Connections in San Diego

Teledyne Impulse Knows about Making Connections in San Diego’s Blue Tech cluster Teledyne Impulse designs and manufactures high-reliability electrical and optical interconnection systems and connectors for a broad range of harsh environment applications.  According to General Manager, Ray Hom, the company’s products are proven performers in the most demanding applications, which include oceanographic exploration, defense, oil and gas production, nuclear systems, and spacecraft and launch vehicles. Teledyne Impulse is a market-focused business unit of Teledyne Oil & Gas, an

Mike Read, President of Teledyne Oil & Gas

MTR 100: Teledyne Marine Interconnect Solutions

pressure/high temperature feedthrough solutions with the greatest level of long-term reliability for high pressure and/or high temperature applications. Teledyne Impulse Impulse designs and manufactures highly reliable electrical and optical interconnection systems for a broad range of harsh environment applications. Impulse’s proven dry mate, splash mate, wet mate, and custom interconnect solutions are complemented by unsurpassed customer satisfaction, quality assurance and rapid response. Impulse provides  engineering, flexible manufacturing process and dedicated customer support. Impulse-PDM

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OI 2014 Technology Preview

, organizing, analyzing, visualizing, and securely distributing ocean data to partners, clients, and internal teams. OceanTools OceanTools is an independently owned, world leading subsea engineering company specializing in the design and manufacture of subsea equipment.  Deployed in harsh environment applications including subsea survey and ROV operations, OceanTools products are field proven, trusted and reliable.  Visit Stand P110 for: positioning and orientation packages, leak and cement detection, video, optical and image enhancement systems, subsea instrumentation and high precision

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MTR100 '13: Teledyne Impulse, Teledyne DGO & Teledyne ODI

businesses that together form Teledyne Marine Interconnect Solutions bring their impressive technology portfolios and outstanding engineering capabilities to the organization. Teledyne Impulse Teledyne Impulse delivers electrical and optical interconnect systems for a broad range of harsh environment applications. The organization’s comprehensive product line of dry-mate, wet-mate, and underwater-mate products contains metal-shell, rubber-molded electrical, fiber optic, Ethernet and hybrid systems. Teledyne Impulse incorporates these products into custom engineered cable assemblies using

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Meet The "Teledyne Twelve”

in San Diego (CA), Portsmouth (NH), Daytona Beach (FL), and Alton (U.K.). A new 50,000 sq. ft. Technology Center dedicated to the development of advanced technologies was opened in 2013 in Daytona Beach.Teledyne Impulse delivers electrical and optical interconnect systems for a broad range of harsh environment applications. The organization’s comprehensive product line of dry-mate, wet-mate and underwater-mate products contains metal-shell, rubber-molded electrical, fiber optic, Ethernet and hybrid systems. Teledyne Impulse incorporates these products into custom engineered cable assemblies using

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