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Bulgin updates data connectivity portfolio

Bulgin has announced that it has revised and modified its data connectivity suite of connectors.

Bulgin’s data connectivity suite now includes the following key products:

● The Fiber 4000 Series of simplex and Fiber 6000 Series of duplex circular connectors. Both of these series are suitable for outside broadcast, avionics, FTTX and marine applications, with polyamide molding and IP66, IP68 and IP69K rated seals. They utilise Bulgin’s proprietary 30° locking mechanism and have a rugged construction.

● Highly robust, the PXP4040 USB Type C connectors are available with a wide variety of different cable length options. They support 2-lane USB4 Gen 3 operation (enabling 40Gbps data rates over a distance of 0.8m).

● The PX0896/7/8 Series of CAT 6 connectors, which can be supplied with single-ended and doubled-ended Ethernet cabling, as well as in wire-end options.

All of these connectors have a lightweight but heavy-duty design and leverage in-house innovations that Bulgin has made in relation to their constituent materials. Their long-term operational reliability is totally assured, even when placed into the most challenging of application settings.

Neil Tyler

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