Monday, January 29, 2007

L-com Connector Chart

What do you call this connector?(

Like any industry, the connectivity industry has its jargon and unique terms. Among the more frustrating is the complicated names of connector types. Do you need a BNC or an RCA? Do you have a DB15 or an HD15? What the heck is the difference between a MD6 and a PS/2?

Fortunately, one of L-com's more popular pages on its web site,, is the connector chart page. This is a free page that anyone can access to see pictures of connectors next to their names. Need a closeup? Click on any of the pictures and you can get a blown-up version to compare to your own product.

The connector chart is just one of the free educational benefits to L-com's web page, which includes tips, tutorials, video tips, educational newsletters, and white papers. On top of that, you can get CAD models, engineering drawings, and more details on most of our products for free as well! So, even if you're not ready to buy connectivity products, if you have an interest in them our site is worth a visit. Check it out here:

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