Connector Corner

  • April 10, 2019

    SOURIAU-SUNBANK : Interview of Anne-Marie Andrews VP Sales AMERICAS

      Air Electro: What makes SOURIAU different from other connector manufacturers? Ann-Marie: SOURIAU – SUNBANK Connection Technologies is a company that is more than 100 years old and has a very rich history, which in turn has contributed...


  • February 6, 2019

    All About Circular Connectors: Mil-Spec Design Summary

    This blog post is written to fulfill every design engineer’s dream – all about the circular mil-spec connectors in one place. In the following article, we focus on describing the elements of the most common circular mil-spec connector series in...


  • November 26, 2018

    Radiall QLI Connector Series

    Radiall’s QLI connector series is a by-product of its predecessor 7/16. It has specifically been designed to improve the performance and increase productivity of an older bayonet connector series. QLI connectors feature bayonet locking mechanism for the ease of installation...


  • November 1, 2018

    How to Buy Electronic Components – Strategies to Help Source Better

    Sourcing for electronic components to fulfill one’s BOM can often be more challenging then it needs to be. Am I paying too much? Should I be afraid of the counterfeit products? Are my parts coming from the authorized supply chain...


  • October 26, 2018

    Positronic – the Science of Certainty with John Grimm

    Do you wonder what component manufacturers are doing to keep up with the industry demand and shorten current lead times? Air Electro’s Marketing Director, Nemanja Jokanovic, and Positronic’s Global Vice President of Sales and Marketing, John Grimm discuss how Positronic...


  • October 17, 2018

    Glenair Mighty Mouse Connectors – All You Need to Know in One Summary

    Glenair’s Mighty Mouse connectors are the industry standard for reduced size and weight applications. At half the weight and size of the regular D38999 connector, the Mighty Mouse series makes it a perfect choice where weight and space constrains are...


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