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Honda connectors interface with SFP transceivers

A new series of Honda compact connectors conforms to the SFP MSA standard, which relates to the interface with downsized small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceivers now in widespread use.

News from Electronicstalk, 28 October 2008

I/O connectors adopt 0.8mm contact pitch

High-density I/O connectors are offered with through-hole and vertical or right-angle SMT terminations and backshells, and can accommodate screw- or latch-locking.

News from Electronicstalk, 8 August 2008

Industrial USB connectors latch into place

Latching USB 2.0 connectors are designed for rugged industrial environments where vibration can be an issue.

News from Electronicstalk, 8 July 2008

Microcoax connector supports high-speed data

Compact coaxial connectors provide economical high-speed wire-to-board connections in low-voltage digital signal applications.

News from Electronicstalk, 12 May 2008

Microcoax connectors enhance flip phones

New flip phones and displays with multi-axis hinges will benefit from Honda's new board-to-microcoaxial connectors featuring the world's smallest pitch of 0.3mm.

News from Electronicstalk, 27 May 2004

PDA style connector delivers industrial robustness

The new BCL series connector system from Honda makes the small size, high integration and robustness of a PDA I/O connector available for a wide range of handheld applications.

News from Electronicstalk, 17 March 2004

Screw locks get a grip on InfiniBand plugs

Honda Connectors has enhanced its InfiniBand I/O connector range by offering optional ANSI SFF-8470 compliant screw locks for extra security and robustness.

News from Electronicstalk, 12 February 2004

Ease of application for Infiniband I/O connectors

Honda Connectors has released its first Infiniband I/O connectors, designed for easy assembly in high-speed differential signal applications.

News from Electronicstalk, 23 April 2003

Hardware interconnects SFP transceivers

Honda has a complete portfolio of small form-factor pluggable hardware for attaching copper or fibre-optic pluggable transceivers and cable assemblies into host equipment.

News from Electronicstalk, 11 April 2003

0.3mm pitch for board-board connector system

Honda claims to have produced the world's finest pitch board-board connector system, with the release of a new ultraminiature 80-way connector on a 0.3mm pitch.

News from Electronicstalk, 21 March 2003

Copper and fibre share the same backplane

Honda Connectors has extended its range of coaxial connectors for fibre-optic backplanes with new versions.

News from Electronicstalk, 22 January 2003

Backplane connectors go online through Farnell

Farnell has expanded its connector portfolio with the signing of a trading agreement with Honda Connectors.

News from Electronicstalk, 15 January 2003

National role for Humphries

Honda Connectors has appointed Stephen Humphries as the new UK Sales Manager, reporting to Steve Neal.

News from Electronicstalk, 22 October 2002

Hard metric backplane connectors run to 6.4Gbit/s

New high-speed differential signal interconnection for next generation 6.4Gbit/s telecomms backplanes and high-speed measurement/control systems has been added to Honda's NCB hard metric series.

News from Electronicstalk, 18 September 2002

Ultrafast connectors for next-generation storage

Honda is to support the next generation communications architecture for high performance storage - Serial ATA - with a new family of 1.5Gbit/s connectors.

News from Electronicstalk, 20 August 2002

Attenuators boost optical connectors

Honda Connectors is extending its MU range of high-density optical interconnection systems with a range of fixed-value attenuators.

News from Electronicstalk, 7 March 2002

Copper and fibre share the same housings

A new range of connectors offers the versatility to readily integrate coaxial and fibre-optic cabling in the same interconnection scheme or backplane.

News from Electronicstalk, 6 February 2002

SM connectors aim for high-datarate integrity

Honda Connectors has a new range of surface-mount connectors specifically designed for high-speed signal interfaces such as Ultra SCSI-320, PCI-X and future Ultra SCSI-640.

News from Electronicstalk, 11 January 2002

Optical convertor adds MU density to SC adapters

New from Honda Connectors are the industry's first conversion plugs for interfacing between modern, high-density MU optical plugs and conventional SC optical adapters.

News from Electronicstalk, 4 January 2002

Adapters mate diferent optical generations

Honda Connectors has introduced with industry's first conversion adapters to interface between modern, high-density optical plugs and conventional optical devices.

News from Electronicstalk, 5 December 2001

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