Displays, printers, pointing devices, disk drives, and other input or output computer devices.
Cable assemblies are collections of wires or cables banded into a single unit with connectors on at least one end.
Cable assemblies services manufacture custom, connectorized cables such as coaxial, fiber optic, and multiconductor products.
Computer cables are used to connect monitors, keyboards, printers, hard drives, and other peripherals to computers.
Computer mouse and other pointing devices are used to control the screen-based movement of a cursor or icon on a visual computer. This category includes mice, trackballs, and touch pads.
Computer printers and plotters are used to output industrial data in printed form.
CRT monitors use cathode ray tube technology to display output from a computer.
Data storage media is used to record and store large-scale data from computer systems.. Examples include optical disks and magnetic tapes.
Data storage systems are used to store, protect and manage computer data. Many types of disk drives and tape drives are available.
Display filters and films are designed to filter, enhanced and/or protect monitors or flat panel displays (FPD).
Ethernet cables are designed to support Ethernet, a standard protocol for the connection of computers in a local area network (LAN). They use twisted pair cables and modular connectors, and are designed to run at 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, or 1 Gbps.
Flash memory cards provide electrically erasable, programmable, read-only memory (EEPROM) that can be erased and reprogrammed in blocks instead of one byte at a time.
Flat panel displays (FPDs) are thin, flat, electronic devices used to display data. They are commonly used in notebook computers. Most styles include the housing and ports necessary to connect them to a computer.
Hard drives are integral, non-volatile, electronic data storage units inside computers. Traditionally, hard drives were hard-wired into computers. Removeable hard disks and drives are also available.
Image scanners are devices that scan two-dimensional (2D) objects and convert them into digital images.
Industrial joysticks use potentiometric, inductive or photoelectric sensing systems and/or switches to translate joystick motion into an output signal.
Industrial keyboards are peripheral hardware devices that include alphanumeric keys, electromechanical buttons, or sensors that users press to interface with a computer.
Ink cartridges and toner cartridges contain pigment for use in printers, fax machines and copiers.
Ink jet printers project electrically charged droplets of ink onto a page. Types of ink jet printers include thermal and piezo.
Kiosk and POS printers are used with kiosks and point-of-sale (POS) systems such as electronic cash registers (ECR) and electronic funds transfer (EFT) devices.
KVM switches are hardware devices that allow IT personnel to use a single keyboard, video monitor, and mouse (KVM) to control more than one computer at a time.
Label printers are used to print a variety of labels or adhesive stamps. Most label printers are capable of printing bar codes.
Laser printers use a laser beam to produce an image on a drum that is rolled through a reservoir of toner. The beam is picked up by the charged portions of the drum to fuse the image onto paper.
Liquid crystal display (LCD) modules are used at the component level in place of less efficient displays such as cathode ray tubes (CRTs). These modules do not include housing and must be incorporated into a larger instrument or system.
Magnetic shielding includes products and raw materials for shielding instruments and equipment from magnetic fields.
Medical cable assemblies are designed to connect medical and laboratory instruments and equipment. They transmit power and/or data and usually have an abrasion-resistant jacket that provides relatively low surface friction and mechanical durability. Many are designed with a high degree of flexibility to avoid kinking, and temperature-resistance to withstand autoclave sterilization. Some are disposable.
Memory modules are computer chips used to add memory to a computer.
Network cables are used in the transmission of data across networks. Choices include Fibre Channel, FireWire or IEEE 1394, GPIB, serial, parallel, patch, SCSI, Ethernet and USB.
Optical storage media contains digital data that is written to and read by a laser. Product categories include compact disks (CD) and digital video disks (DVD).
Card guides are attached to backplane motherboards to allow the insertion or mounting of computer cards.
Pendant stations are sophisticated, handheld terminals that are used to control robot or machine movements from point to point, within a determined space. They consist of a hanging control console furnished with joysticks, push-buttons or rotary cam switches.
Printer mechanisms are used in kiosks, lottery machines, ticketing machines, and cash registers. They include thermal, laser and dot matrix printing technology.
Projection screens are used to display images from overhead and video projectors.
Projectors receive data from a computer or video source and project this data onto a screen via internal light sources, power sources and converters.
SCSI cables are used for high-speed bus connections between small computers and intelligent peripherals such as hard disks, printers, and optical disks.
Serial cables are used for the serial transmission of data. They support communication standards such as RS232, RS422, and RS485, as well as Fibre Channel, IEEE 1394 or FireWire® (Apple Computer, Inc.), and universal serial bus (USB).
Sound cards are computer expansion cards that enable audio inputs and outputs. They connect to the computer via the internal bus or an external connection.
Teach pendants are a specific type of industrial pendant. They are devices equipped with switches and dials used to control a robot's movements to and from desired points within a determined space.
Touch screen displays are user-friendly input devices. The user touches the screen and the input is communicated directly to the computer.
Touch screen sensors are composed of a transparent touch surface surrounded by a sensor array that provides positional information to a processor.
Trackballs are computer pointers resembling an inverted mouse. The pointing ball is rotated with the thumb, fingers, or the palm of the hand.
USB cables are designed specifically to connect devices that use the universal serial bus (USB) protocol. They are used to connect personal computers (PCs) and peripherals such as mice, keyboards, printers, digital cameras, and mass storage devices. USB cables are also used in factory environments, sometimes with a locking mechanism, for connecting USB industrial I/O devices to computers.
Vacuum fluorescent displays (VFD) provide high brightness, wide viewing angles, and relatively low cost.
Video cables are used for the transmission of video signals, including monochrome, composite and component color video signals.
Video cards are used to regulate the data displayed on computer monitors.