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The Expanding Market of Electronic Sensors

Posted by Bead Electronics on Sep 27, 2022 12:29:38 PM

Did you know that in 1877 the first phonograph was created by Thomas Edison? It would spark further technological advances that would lead to CD players. Phonographs are an example of how sensors on the needle detect movement, converting it to a signal and sound.

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Topics: Electronic Pins, Custom Connectors, Bead Electronics, Medical

The Production Part Approval Process for Automotive

Posted by Bead Electronics on Sep 14, 2022 9:31:23 AM

Did you know that every vehicle coming off an assembly line carries approximately 150 pounds of electronic and electrical wiring and circuitry? That's a lot of connectors and contact pins that are expected to work without fault for years.

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Topics: Electronic Pins, Contact Pins, Custom Connectors, Bead Electronics, Quality Standards, Automotive, Production Part Approval Process (PPAP)

3 Tips To Consider When Ordering Connector Pins For Your Assembly

Posted by Bead Electronics on Aug 22, 2022 11:00:00 AM

Connector pins come in various designs and sizes to cater to the electronic (i.e., low-level signal) or electrical (i.e., power) connectivity needs in interconnect applications in multiple industries.

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Topics: Electronic Pins, Custom Contact Pins, Swaging, End to End Contact Pins

Electronic & Electrical Connectors in Communication Applications

Posted by Bead Electronics on Aug 16, 2022 12:03:07 PM

Today, most workers use at least three separate devices to communicate. The ability to connect with anyone, anywhere, is essential to businesses in the modern era. When communication issues occur, it affects production, customer satisfaction, and so much more.

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Topics: Electronic Pins, Contact Pins, Custom Contact Pins, Custom Connectors, Bead Electronics, Communication

5 Problems With Automated and Semi-Automated Pin Insertion Machines

Posted by Bead Electronics on Jul 19, 2022 11:00:00 AM

The global pin insertion machine market is expected to reach over $240 million by 2026, while manual pin insertion is expected to reach around $55 million.

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Topics: Electronic Pins, PCB Contact Pins, Contact Pins, Custom Connectors, Bead Electronics, Swaging, End to End Contact Pins

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