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Modern industrial machinery requires an increasing number of sensors to boost their performance,
With the latest advances in industrial automation, sensors and actuators have become an essential element in just about every manufacturing assembly line.
For billions of people across the world struggling to get affordable and reliable high-speed internet access, full-fiber broadband is the stuff dreams are made of.
Whether it’s compensating for temperature-dependent electrical changes, or ensuring equipment doesn’t overheat, there’s almost always a need to know whether your system is blowing hot or cold.
We take it almost for granted that every time we pick up a mobile phone, switch on a computer, or even a smart TV, that we will be instantly connected to the internet in the blink of an eye.
Whether it’s at the top of a communications mast, on a building site or at the bottom of the sea, optical fiber can now be found just about anywhere. These delicate strands of glass fiber are the ideal way to transmit information over vast distances
Since it was first introduced in 1996, the Universal Serial Bus (USB) standard has become the interface of choice for an enormous range of computing and communications applications, both for data transfer and for charging.
At the speed of light, it carries huge quantities of data at the speed of light – optical fiber is everywhere. Overtaking copper wire as the medium of choice, fiber carries data as pulses of light. It does, however, come with its own challenges.
The photoelectric sensors market is expected to boom to more than $2 billion by 2025. They have uses in plenty of different applications and industries. They also have some significant advantages over other sensors.
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For most of us living in the city, superfast broadband deals are thrown around like it's nothing, but for those that live in rural areas, it's not quite the same.
All of a sudden, USB Type C connectors or USB-C as they’re now being called, are being championed as a one-size-fits-all solution for charging and transferring data between devices. The question is though, is USB-C really any better?
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There’s a lot of talk about fiber optics and fiber optics networks and broadband, but the way they can be constructed is where the real conversation starts.