New SubConn 13 Pin Low Profile Power and Ethernet Connector

SeaDiscovery.com
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
SubConn 13 Pin Low Profile Power and Ethernet Connector

The MacArtney Group introduced its new 13 Pin SubConn Low Profile Power and Ethernet Connector.

Building on the SubConn Ethernet Connector program, the new SubConn Low Profile 13 Pin Power and Ethernet Connector offers a unique set of benefits for operators of underwater systems and equipment.

In a world where underwater industry operators and developers are continuously pushing the boundaries of what remotely operated and autonomous systems can do underwater - technology advancements and design optimizations in materials, control systems, sensors and not least data and power transmission are the order of the day. Such advances allow, for instance, smaller and more compact ROVs to become increasingly capable and effective at tasks that would previously require much larger vehicles.

At the heart of the development of these compact and capable underwater systems is an accelerating demand for evenly compact, yet still effective and reliable connectivity solutions. The new SubConn 13 Pin Low Profile Power and Ethernet Connector is developed and manufactured specifically to accommodate these increasing demands.

Like the existing standard size SubConn Power and Ethernet Connector, the new 13 Pin Low Profile version provides Gigabit data speed, signal and power transfer for underwater instruments in one connector. Moreover, the connector comes with an appurtenant special designed SubConn Combined Power and Ethernet Cable.

While allowing ROVs and other underwater systems and equipment to be powered through the same cable and connector as used for data transfer, the entire solution works to make data and power transmissions faster and less expensive. When one adds the design optimization capacity provided by the low profile layout of the new SubConn connector - operators will gain the opportunity assemble more streamlined and effective underwater systems, with sensors, sonar heads and other types of equipment producing less drag.

The new SubConn Low Profile Power and Ethernet Connector was tested at MacArtney's in-house ISO 9001 certified test facilities to run Gigabit Ethernet at water depths up to 6,000 meters.

The new SubConn 13 Pin Low Profile Power and Ethernet Connector, along with the appurtenant cable can be ordered from stock through several worldwide MacArtney locations.

www.macartney.com
 

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