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Posts Tagged: TE Connectivity

Today’s webinar: Ensuring crimp quality for large gauge wire in EVs

The rapid growth of EVs, HEVs, and PHEVs has led to an increase in the use of large gauge wires and cables, but large wire crimping presents its own set of challenges. Harness manufacturers must take care to ensure quality connections where these cables and terminations perform. This webinar, presented by TE Connectivity, will focus… Read more »

New automotive connector combines signal, power and data connectivity

Connector and sensor company TE Connectivity has launched a new automotive connector that combines signal, power and data connectivity into a single connector. It’s designed for applications in which low-voltage power, signal and data connectors for cameras, displays, antenna connections and sensors are running alongside each other. The Generation Y 68P Sealed Hybrid Inline Connector… Read more »

TE Connectivity’s new connector plating reduces wear on battery terminals

TE Connectivity‘s all-new TENDUR surface plating technology is designed to provide advanced abrasion resistance that allows for consistent high-performance charging over the course of a battery’s lifetime. The technology reduces wear and tear on electrical terminals, which can lead to longer charging times. The newest high-powered charging stations can deliver DC power at currents of… Read more »

TE Connectivity’s GreenSilver contact surface tech claims improved sustainability

TE Connectivity has announced its GreenSilver contact surface technology for connectors, which features a green coating that delivers needed performance while improving sustainability.  The GreenSilver contact surface technology on TE’s new connectors uses less precious metal, less energy and less water, and also helps to reduce pollution by improving performance in EVs. It’s designed to… Read more »

TE Connectivity launches new connectors and charging inlets

TE Connectivity has launched three new products for the hybrid and electric commercial transportation market. The new IPT-HD power bolt connector performs in temperatures ranging from -40 to +125 degrees Celsius and, thanks to its low-contact-resistance design, can withstand excessively high engine-level vibrations. The IPT-HD connector features a new shielding that complies with ISO and… Read more »

Today’s Webinar: Ultra anti-abrasion high-voltage contact plating

Virtually every major car manufacturer around the world is shifting its strategy and placing more emphasis on its battery-powered, hybrid, and plug-in-hybrid vehicle product lines. Consumers want their EVs to recharge more quickly, drive longer distances between charges, and last longer. But electrified vehicles and their systems, including high-powered charging (among others), are extremely sophisticated…. Read more »

TE Connectivity launches power bolt high-voltage connector with new shielding design

TE Connectivity, a manufacturer of connectors and sensors, has introduced the new IPT-HD power bolt high-voltage connector. TE’s IPT-HD power bolt high-voltage connector complies with ISO and LV standards. It offers a new shielding design, and provides low-contact resistance and thicker options for conductor cross-sections used in MCU, E-axle and E-motor applications for EVs operating… Read more »

Trends in hybrid and electric mobility in commercial transportation

Experts predict that by 2040, most forms of transportation will leverage electric motors or cleaner sources of fuel to meet heightened emissions standards. As electrification expands across multiple industries, it must adapt to diverging requirements and unique challenges. Industrial and commercial transportation is a great example with longer routes, ranges or exposure to harsh environments…. Read more »