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What to Look for in CAN Bus Cables and Connectors

Posted by S. Green on Sep 24, 2021 10:18:46 AM

CAN, which stands for Controller Area Network, has been in use for more than 30 years and is increasingly found in passenger vehicles, class 7 and 8 trucks, construction equipment, and off-highway vehicles. Even so, the technology may still be unfamiliar to many automotive upfitters and installers.

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Topics: Terminals & Connectors, CAN Bus

What to Look For in a Heavy-Duty Connector

Posted by S. Green on May 6, 2021 12:42:30 PM


Connectors used for demanding applications such as agriculture, mining, and construction are different than the electrical connectors used in consumer vehicles. Heavy-duty connectors are a unique category of connectors that are built specifically for off-highway applications.

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Important Things to Know about Terminal Blocks

Posted by S. Green on Mar 25, 2021 2:43:33 PM


Terminal blocks or terminal connectors are a simple, useful, cost-effective, and often crucial component in transportation applications. Connecting different circuits can be a time-consuming task, often made easier with terminal blocks. There are several important things to keep in mind to know if these unique connectivity solutions are the right choice for your wiring design.

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Topics: Terminals & Connectors

How to Handle Battery Switching and Circuit Protection at the Same Time

Posted by S. Green on Feb 23, 2021 10:07:31 AM

For the first time, a rotary battery switch and a resettable circuit breaker have been combined into a single product, the Series 53 Branch Disconnect Circuit Breaker from Mechanical Products.

Ideal for use in the marine, RV, truck and heavy equipment industries, the MP Series 53 brings the advantages of a smaller footprint, quicker installation, lower cost, and user convenience. It promises to become a go-to solution for OEMs and upfitters seeking more efficient ways to disconnect and protect primary current and heavy duty mobile electrical equipment.

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A Cooler, Smaller Way to Charge and Isolate an Auxiliary Battery

Posted by S. Green on Feb 8, 2021 11:35:44 AM

InPower has introduced a cool (literally) and efficient new product with its new ABS3 Solid State Programmable Auxiliary Battery Switch.

The ideal solution for charging and isolating an auxiliary battery from a vehicle’s  chassis battery and alternator, the ABS3 uses solid-state contactor technology and ultra-cool, heat-dissipating power terminal technology, all in a smaller footprint than traditional battery isolators and separators.

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