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More Answers From Thomas Detjen
Head of Sales and Marketing at Alysium-Tech GmbH
- Email: t [dot] detjen [at] alysium.com
- Tel: 49 173 5803588
Hi, There seems to be an abundance of manufacturers making USB3.0 Micro B connectors with locking screws, yet I am having trouble finding USB3.0 Micro B receptacles with locking threads. Can you advise me a manufacturer that does or do I need to design my own? I am looking for a vertical smt receptacle.
Hi Barry, as Ron mentioned correctly, on the application side the screwlocking is always handled through the housing, never with screwlocking attached to the receptacle. Why? If you would have an SMT receptacle (specially when it comes to an vertical type) the leverage effect through the screwlocking between Assembly + receptacle could (would!) be much too high and would lift of or destroy the receptacle. if you need further assistant, please feel free to contact us. regards, Tom
How is data transmitted over camera link affected by using cable lengths longer than the 10 meter limit typically specified? Is it just that the highest frame rates cannot be realized, but lower frame rates are possible? Or is it that the image integrity is compromised?
Hi Kathy, i agree with Cliff and Ron. However, the results in the end can differ, depending on the Camera + FG + Cable MFR (!) you have choosen. So, depending on the complete application, with Full Configuration, 10Tab, etc. there are max. - stable - cable length of ~14M possible, in some combination it will end up with much shorter cable length. Of course you can choose also to go with Active cables, which might be solution for your application, but increases mostly some other pain points - and if its only in the overall costs. ;) If you need any further assistants, please feel free to contact us at any time. Thanks, Tom Alysium (firstname.lastname@example.org)