Cinch division of Bel opens technical office in Toulouse to support the European aerospace industry
June 28, 2012 // Julien Happich
The Cinch Connectors division of Bel Fuse announced the opening of its technical office in Toulouse, France to support the European aerospace industry.
"Together with the recent acquisition of Gigacom Interconnect Ab and its EBOSA expanded beam fiber technology, our new Toulouse technical office in the center of the European aerospace industry advances our strategy to focus on growth opportunities in military and aerospace markets," said Dan Bernstein, President and CEO of Bel. "As part of our initiative to better serve Toulouse-based Airbus and other regional aerospace customers, we also plan to offer engineering and prototype capabilities to ensure that Cinch's European customers receive unparalleled support and service."
Cinch's new technical sales office also will make it easier for local aerospace customers to access support for Cinch's line of Mil-C compliant OMEGA cylindrical connectors and high-performance wire harness assemblies qualified for the critical application of aircraft FQIS (Fuel Quantity Indicating System) products. In addition, the office will provide local support to OEM and maintenance customers in the defense, electronics, and transportation industries throughout Europe. The office is located at Aeropole Batiment 2, 5 Avenue Albert Durand, 31700 Blagnac, France.
Visit Cinch Connectors at www.cinch.comAll news
Ag nanodiscs to boost MoS2's LED performance
April 01, 2015
Researchers at Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering have fabricated a series of silver nanodiscs which ...
MOSTCO demos integration of MOST bus with Autosar
IoT encryption: a revenue driver for CSPs
3D Qualcomm SoCs by 2016
How will deep learning change SoCs?
Electronics printed in France
March 31, 2015
During an industry meeting last week, the French association of printed electronics (Association Française de l'Électronique ...
Sony licenses bonding technology from Ziptronix
Delphi selected to build Audi’s autopilot computer
Medical chip market on 12% CAGR
- High-Speed, Real-Time Recording Systems Handbook
- New Linear Regulators Solve Old Problems
- Intelligent Over Temperature Protection for LED Lighting Applications
- Intel helps to Turbocharge Infotainment Systems Designs
InterviewInfineon: CAN FD success goes at the expense of FlexRay
The faster version of the venerable CAN bus, CAN FD is currently taking off at several carmakers. Infineon's Thomas Böhm, Head of Body / Automotive, believes this could well go at the expense of FlexRay. ...
Filter WizardCheck out the Filter Wizard Series of articles by Filter Guru Kendall Castor-Perry which provide invaluable practical Analog Design guidelines.
Linear video channel
READER OFFERRead more
This month, DecaWave is offering EETimes Europe's readers the chance to win two TREK1000 kits to evaluate its Ultra-Wideband (UWB) indoor location and communication DW1000 chip in different real-time location system topologies.
Worth €947, the kit allow designers to prove a concept within hours and have a prototype ready in days. Based on the two-way ranging scheme, the kit lets you test...MORE INFO AND LAST MONTH' WINNERS...
December 15, 2011 | Texas instruments | 222901974
Unique Ser/Des technology supports encrypted video and audio content with full duplex bi-directional control channel over a single wire interface.