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Broadcast Connectivity Solutions Featured in InBroadcast Magazine

New products and innovations on the horizon from LEMO included in the April issue

Broadcast cable

LEMO continues to offer the highest quality connection solutions to the broadcast market for outdoor harsh environments and in-studio or indoor use applications. Some of the most recent and notable include the 3K.93C hybrid electrical fiber optic self-latching connector, the …

Underwater Cable Considerations

Key factors that will influence your custom cable design to ensure fail-proof performance

Underwater Cable and Connectors

For cable systems, a choice of water-blocking conductors, tapes, and fillers work to not only prevent leaks, but to create a barrier in case of cut, abrasion, or severe damage. Unlike many cable assemblies, which use a jelly filler as …

LEMO Innovation Lab – Shaking Up the Robotics Industry With ROVENSO

LEMO connector solutions power ROVENSO’s robust, agile robot designed to perform in extreme environments for disaster relief

ROVéo Fire, a game changing tool for disaster relief

Together, ROVENSO and LEMO put together this video to introduce the new ROVéo Fire, a game changing tool for disaster relief. This robot is faster, more robust, and extremely agile all while being powered by LEMO solutions. Watch the video…

Conductor Material Without the Confusion

Learn the differences between copper, alloys, steel, fiberoptic, and tinsel wire

Copper, Alloys, Steel, Fiberoptic & Tinsel Conductors

Choosing the right materials for your custom cable can be a daunting task. To help clear up the ambiguity and to get you started on choosing an appropriate conductor type, we have laid out some information below on the eight …

Retractiles. Coil Cords. Slinkies. Curly Cords.

Learn the many benefits of the cable with many names…

Retractile Cord

There are numerous applications and unique environments that can benefit from a retractile cord rather than a common straight cable. Here are a few examples that we come across quite often: