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e-Tech Connector Training - Knowledge Database For Quick Reference


The links below provide information on electrical concepts, industry standards and Xmultiple products.

Connectors consist of three major components including the terminals (contacts), housing and shielding. Shielding is optional however most connectors integrated to printed circuit boards have shielding to reduce Electomagnetic Immissions (EMI). As you review the various connector types on our website you will see there are many different terminal and housing designs. Xmultiple manufactures our connectors with many processes to create our typical connectors of stamped metal contacts and molded plastic housings.

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Tin Whiskers Information
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How can we protect our RJ connectors in harsh
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Dual RJ45 Connectors. Each RJ45 is equal to two RJ45 connectors
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What is the IEC and ISO.
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I have a 10GB design requirement and have EMI issues.
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The EMI fingers
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We want to combined the RJ45 connector with the USB connector
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What is the REACH Compliance?
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Xmultiple SFP and SFP Plus Products for 10GB and Fibre Channel 8GB
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Xmultiple Product Stocking Programs
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X-Power1 Rechargeable Battery USB Cable
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Xmultiple Search Engine is A Powerful Website Tool
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SFF (Small Form-Factor) and SFP (Small Form-Factor Pluggable)
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SFFand SFP+ EEPROM and A2h Information
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China RoHS Compliance and Status
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DecaBDE Information
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What Industries does Xmultiple serve.
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Connectors- Suggest PCB Layout Examples - Center Line for Holes
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Hi-Pot - (What it means)
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LED Resistor Calculations
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X-Sealant Questions Regarding Application and Use
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3D Drawing Request
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System Integrity
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Crosstalk for RJ Connectors
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Return Loss for RJ Connectors
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EMi/RFI Connector Suppression and Reduction
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CAT3, CAT4, CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6, CAT7 and CAT7a
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Testing Services for Xmultiple Connectors and Cables
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Contact Pinouts
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What is the Reference Plane for RF Connectors
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SMT connector assemblies
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PPM Defective Rate Measurement
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Moisture Sensitivity Levels (MSL)
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How do I get access to the PNC System?
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Guideline for PCB Layout for Magnetic Connectors
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Power Inductors Specification
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RoHS 5 and RoHS 6
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What is the Mean of "MAP" for Retail Products
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What is ABS Material?
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LED Color Spectrum
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LED Color Chart
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LED Polarity Chart
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Contact Pin Plating Numbering
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Part Status Definitions
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PoE Roadmap
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Suggested RJ Connectors
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USB 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 Information & Transfer Rates
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ElectroStatic Discharge Procedure (ESD)
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RF Connector Definitions

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Applications Xmultiple RJ Connectors Are Used For By Series
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Differences between RJ45, RJ46 and RJ48
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ISO 9001-2008 Contents and Auditing
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Transformer Bobbin Definitions and Information
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TUV VDE, UL and CE Certification
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Standards Groups and Associations 
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Xmultiple Terms and Conditions
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DCR Definition ( Direct Current Resistance)
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ELV and RoHS Directives
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50 Ohm verses 75 Ohm Coaxial Connectors
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Material Declarations for Xmultiple Products
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Plan-Do-Check-Act - "PDCA" Quality Process Cycle
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RJ Male Plug Standard Documents
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Gage R&R Definition
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Xmultiple Core Competency
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Employee Quality Cortrol Guide
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Xmultiple Quality Objectives
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Xmultiple Lot Traceability
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Cost of Quality
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Xmulltiple Document Control
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RJ12 verses RJ45
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Shield Material - Phosphor Bronze
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Balanced Line - Twisted Pair Wire
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How Power-Over-Ethernet (PoE) Works
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GR 1217
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Statistical Process Controls
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Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
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What is NapCap?
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How to Measure Creepage Distrance for Connectors
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10GBase-T
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How to Remove RJ45 Shielding
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What is Palladium and Nickel Palladium Plating?
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PFOS Compliance Letter
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Contract Manufacturers
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Press Fit RJ45 Connectors - Suggested Drill Hole Size
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What is ELV Compliant?
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Delivery Duty Unpaid - Seller and Buyer Responsibilities
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TIA/EIA T568A verse T568B Standard for RJ Wiring?
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PoE- Up to 51W of DC Power
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How REACH Works?
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LED Polarity Information and Testing
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DisplayPort Verses HDMI
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DisplayPort
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Ethernet Cable Network Testers
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Using Xmultiple PCN System
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Access CAD Models
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Loopback Plugs
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10GB Full Duplex Only
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D-Sub Connectors
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Aluminum Cover for SMT RJ Connector Assembly
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National Electrical Code (NEC)
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MC4 Solar Connectors and Current
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Xmultiple Shelf Life Policy
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Rating IP67 and IP68 for Waterproof Connectors
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Soldering Methods for Xmultiple Terminal Blocks and Header Connectors
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Cable Glands
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Antennas Component Tuning

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Reliability Testing of RJ Connectors
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European Union Law - Eur-Lex
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PoE 802.3at Features
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USB 3.0 Power
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Power USB Delivery
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ISO 14001 Standard for Environment Management
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10G RJ Connectors
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Top 10 Tips to Choosing Connectors for Your Requirements
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Rated Current
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Open Circuit Inductance (OCL)
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Printed Circuit Board and Plated-Through Hole Information
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Electronic Modeling Information
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NAFTA Certificate of Origin
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Connector Market
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Difference between horizonal and vertical pin layouts.

 

 

 

 

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