Category: AEI Company News / Info

Welcome to Connector Corner by Air Electro Inc.  In the company section of our blog we tackle AEI company news and information.  Air Electro Inc. has been leading the electrical connector, contacts & accessories industry for over 65 years and is the world’s largest stocker of contacts. Based out of Los Angeles, CA and founded by an United States Marine Veteran, AEI provides excellence in the distribution, assembly and manufacturing of electrical connector, contacts and related accessories around the world.  A now third-generation family-owned and operated company that staffs a diverse team of experts, AEI has been solving your connector needs with the highest level of quality control and inspection.

Pegasus – A Tiny All Weather UAS Solution

Pegasus Series The Pegasus Series is Amphenol Pcd’s latest innovation in small, lightweight, rugged connectors. Designed for use in harsh environments, Pegasus builds on the successful Luminus Aerospace connector with the addition of EMI shielding. EMI shielding is provided by electroless copper and nickel plate, with a copper alloy spring finger gasket to ensure shell

NASA Employees Urged to Work From Home Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

NASA chief Jim Bridenstine has urged all space agency employees who can work from home to do so due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, with workers at three space centers testing positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. Last week, an employee at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley tested positive for COVID-19, prompting the

MIL-DTL-38999 Connectors are Ready for the Harshest Environments

MIL-DTL-38999 connectors are miniature, high-density circular connectors made for some of the most demanding conditions and harshest environments imaginable. These electrical connectors have been intentionally designed to meet very strict Mil-Spec requirements set forth by the U.S. Department of Defense to establish an industry standard for performance and reliability. Despite being designed for the military,

Air Electro Partners with ByoPlanet to Help Fight the Spread of the Coronavirus

The novel coronavirus has killed more than 3,300 people worldwide, the vast majority in mainland China. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported the world is nearing 100,000 cases, while Johns Hopkins University says we’ve already surpassed that number. New cases of coronavirus were confirmed in new parts of the U.S. on Friday. Health experts are urging people to continue

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