Paris Air Show: faster, stronger, lighter connectors
Fischer Connectors is showcasing at the International Paris Air Show (19-25 June) three new products designed to meet customers’ growing needs for faster, more powerful and smaller solutions for their aerospace applications.
On Fischer Connectors’ booth (D165, Hall 4), visitors can discover these innovative rugged connector & cable assembly solutions:
- Fischer MiniMax™ Series USB 3.0 – miniature, high density signal & power – ensures full compliance with USB 3.0 and improves functionality.
- Fischer UltiMate™ High Power – rugged, compact, lightweight – increases robustness in the field and improves integration into applications.
- LP360 – breakthrough wearable connectivity technology with low profile, 360° mating and full cleanability – improves cable management and ease of maintenance.
Also showcased on the booth is the high-performance and easy-to-use Fischer FiberOptic Series. The Series is available with 1, 2 or 4 fibers or in a hybrid version, and ensures premium optical performance even in harsh environments. With IP68 sealing (mated) or IP67 (unmated) and APC & UPC polishing, the FiberOptic connectors are easy to mate, maintain and clean on the move.
These innovations also come with Fischer Connectors’ recently published White Paper on Data Transmission, providing test data on our connectors and cable assembly solutions for HDMI, Ethernet and USB.
Thanks to its dynamic product development teams that work closely with customers worldwide, Fischer Connectors continues to push the limits of innovation. With a growing market presence in the civil and military aviation markets, the company is focusing on meeting future market needs, especially for light weight, high performance and the use of renewable energies, such as in drones and solar-powered planes.
Visitors to Fischer Connectors’ booth can also discover two drones developed by its customers:
They’ll also have a chance to learn about Fischer Connectors’ Official Partnership with SolarStratos, a solar-powered plane designed to fly into the stratosphere in 2019.