August 2015 - Marine Technology Reporter

MTR 100: Fischer Connectors

Posted by Irina Tabakina

Chemin du Glapin 20
St. Prex, Vaud, Switzerland 1162
T: +41218009595
E: d.rochat@fischerconnectors.ch
W: http://www.fischerconnectors.com
CEO/President: Dominique Glauser
No. of Employees: 400

For more than 60 years, Fischer Connectors has been innovating to help device manufacturers attain rigorous quality objectives with high performance push-pull connectors and cable assemblies that work effectively under pressure in harsh environments.
Fischer Connectors’ marine product lines – like the Fischer Core Series and UltiMate ranges – have been designed and tested to withstand extreme conditions. They have waterproof sealing to IP68/IP69 mated and unmated. Their three independent sealing barriers minimize permeation and ensure long-term reliability over a wide temperature range. Their ability to withstand high shocks and vibrations, and resist corrosion, has been demonstrated on MOD70 racing yachts, and SUBSEA TECH’s Mini-ROV Observer 3.2 – a robot for deep sea inspection.
Miniaturization is the key to packing more functionality into smaller devices. The Fischer MiniMax Series, a high-density miniature signal and power solution, is ideal for capturing high-resolution images, sound or video while braving wind, rain and shocks. It is available in 19 and 24 pin configurations, with a choice of push-pull, screw lock and quick release locking systems. The Fischer FiberOptic Series provides robust optical performance, making it ideal for large data transfer in harsh environments. These connectors are especially easy to operate, clean and maintain.
 

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