Rugged Connector Market Challenges Analyzed in Updated Topical Report Published at MarketPublishers.com02 Mar 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Rugged connectors can be designed specifically for duty in harsh environments, or a commercial-grade connector can be modified to survive harsh environments. A wide variety of rugged and ruggedized connectors are now being utilized from pole to pole. What factors are driving the demand for rugged and sealed connectors? What new types have recently been introduced into the market? What does the future of the industry look like? What specific design enhancements enable a connector to perform in harsh environments? How is the degree of sealing and resistance to mechanical forces quantified? What new rugged and ruggedized connectors have recently been introduced into the market? Answers to all these key questions and many more are available in the report.
Updated market research report “Rugged Connectors Meet Emerging Application Challenges” drawn up by Bishop & Associates provides in-depth analysis of connectors used in environmentally challenging environments. It identifies the key characteristics of rugged and ruggedized connectors, thoroughly examines market segments. Data provided for each market segment includes critical performance attributes, connector types, typical applications, applicable industry standards, list of major suppliers, and technology/application trends. Furthermore, forecast through 2016 by product type and region with 5-year CAGR is also provided.
Market segments utilizing rugged connectors include: aerospace, agricultural, broadcast TV, civilian and military surveillance, embedded computer, geophysical exploration and production, heavy transportation, industrial, marine, medical, military, nuclear, portable test equipment, renewable energy, telecom, test and burn-in sockets.
Rugged Connectors Meet Emerging Application Challenges
Published: February, 2012
Price: US$ 4.950,00
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