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December 05, 2012

Molex Debuts Quick-Turn Line Cable Assemblies



By Raju Shanbhag
TMCnet Contributor



Offering quick order processing and shipping on custom length optical cable assemblies, Molex (News - Alert) has unveiled Quick-Turn Line (QTL) Cable Assemblies.

Quick-Turn Line Cable Assemblies offer users a reliable service for conventional commodity-style cables, with quick delivery at competitive prices. Molex’s QTL cable assemblies offer rapid delivery opportunities for users who require cables for various purposes.

This includes completing an urgently needed optical equipment installation; testing active devices; or deploying a small- to medium-sized volume of cables for inventory requirements.

For design flexibility in data and telecommunications applications, which consists of central offices, routers, servers and test equipment, Molex QTL cable assemblies are available in custom lengths (up to 100m). Various cable options are available for conventional style Molex single mode and multimode FC, SC, LC, Industrial LC and multi-fiber cables.

This includes MTP 12 and 24 ribbon fiber and breakout assemblies.

To provide the best performance, Molex optical QTL cable assemblies are equipped with RoHS compliance. They also have the IL/RL factory certification.

With credit card payments accepted for ease of ordering and fastest shipping options, QTL cable inquiries can be quoted and processed immediately.

“QTL cable assemblies provide industry and networking engineers with a trusted source for expedited delivery of custom length optical cables at competitive prices,” said Eve Leal, program manager, Molex. “QTL cable assemblies are the ideal solution for customers requiring cables for test labs and completing urgent optical equipment installations.”

Recently, the company expanded its micro-SIM card socket portfolio for mobile device manufacturers. Micro-SIM push- push card sockets provide improved contact and advanced card-retention features to prevent accidental ejection, and are designed for smart phones, tablet PCs, GPS watches and other space-constrained applications.

The push-pull socket versions provide anti-shorting and card polarization abilities. A new card-tray version offers retention assurance and ease of user card insertion and extraction, the company has stated. 

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Edited by Braden Becker
 
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