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ODU Connectors returns to Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Show

Posted 22 January 2024

ODU-UK Ltd will be showcasing their latest military connectors at the Southern Manufacturing and Electronics Show, taking place at the Farnborough Exhibition Centre, 6th-8th February 2024.

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It is that time of year again and ODU-UK Ltd are looking forward to returning to the Southern Manufacturing Show, to meet up with customers, old and new and discuss their latest developments.

On display will be connectors and assemblies of all shapes and sizes, across the many markets that ODU serve, such as military, medical, instrumentation and industrial

One exciting development is in fibre-optics for the ODU AMC Series T military connector. This offers excellent transmission characteristics, combining the advantages of a classic Expanded Beam solution (up to 5,000 mating-cycles before cleaning) with high-performance insertion loss of <0.7 dB (single-mode) and <0.3 dB (multi-mode)

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This service ensures rapid availability of the company’s standard products. Within 15 business days, ODU can ship up to 15 modular connectors (ODU-MAC) or up to 150 metal circular connectors (ODU MINI-SNAP / ODU AMC) to its customers worldwide.

To support ever-faster electronics equipment innovation, suppliers sometimes need more than a wide range of standard products, so ODU also provides a rapid response when only a customer-specific solution will neatly solve a specific problem.

The ODU Group is a specialist suppliers of connector systems and employs 2,500 people around the world. In addition to its company headquarters in Mühldorf a. Inn (Germany), it has an international distribution network, production and product development sites in Sibiu, Romania, Shanghai, China, Tijuana, Mexico and Camarillo, USA, whilst supplying via sales offices in China, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Romania, Sweden, UK and the US and through numerous international sales partners.

ODU combines all relevant areas of expertise and key technologies, including design and development, machine tooling and special machine construction, injection, stamping, turning, surface technology, assembly and cable assembly, providing a reliable transmission of power, signals, data and media for a variety of demanding applications including military and security, plus test and measurement.





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