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Italian Railway Exhibition To Feature Carriage Interconnect Systems

ITT Cannon Electronic Components : 27 May, 2010  (New Product)
ITT is attending Ferroviaria 2010 in Turin to demonstrate single connector for use between carriage to the railway industry
Italian Railway Exhibition To Feature Carriage Interconnect Systems
Global connector manufacturer and supplier, ITT Interconnect Solutions, will be showcasing its latest connector specifically developed for the rail industry on Stand no. 708 at Ferroviaria in Turin, Italy, from June 8 – 10, 2010. Italy’s only rail exhibition focuses on rolling stock, infrastructure and communications and is expected to attract a large number of international purchasers and industry experts.

ITT ICS’s new VEAM CIR-M12 Databus connector has been specifically designed to enable different data types to be transmitted between railway carriages via a single connector. Ethernet, MVB, WTB and video lines can all be bundled within the same interconnect, so diverse data feeds such as engine diagnostics, brake controls, environmental conditioning, passenger display systems, networking and lighting control all pass through it. The innovative design was achieved by integrating four conductor wires and the associated braid from shielded cables into new Quadrax QXM12 contacts, mounting them into FRCIR circular bayonet connector hardware and utilising a special plastic insert to group the multiple contacts and their cables together. The CIR-M12 Databus connector can withstand operating temperatures of -40 to +125degC.
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