Demo box from TE Connectivity showcases future of advanced packaging

MUNICH, 22 March 2012. TE Connectivity introduces The Future Unleashed Demo Box, which offers high-reliability connectivity solutions for integrated wire cable and advanced connector applications during Avionics Europe 2012 in Booth B14.

The demo box showcases product applications in three main areas:

The input/output panel features the latest in nanominiature and microminiature, fiber-optic, RF, and high-speed copper connectors.

The power distribution area demonstrates a range of high-reliability relays and contactors suitable for the rigors of mission-critical operations. These devices range from signal level to high current.

The card cage area features a wide variety of board level interconnects as well as a selection of signal-level relays. The high-speed interconnects include industry-standard VPX VITA 46 backplane connectors, VITA 66 fiber-optic models, and also VITA 67 multi-position RF modules.

Additional connectors include the Fortis Zd backplane connector, the new VITA 61 Mezalok stacking connector, and the scalable, multimedia HSR (high-speed ruggedized) backplane.

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