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Sensing Change: Five HVACR Trends Moving The Industry Forward TE Connectivity
Building owners face federal regulatory pressure to make buildings more efficient, but utility costs may spur increasing investment in HVACR automation.

USB’s Future Builds on Power Delivery (and Still Handles Data) Steven Keeping
The USB spec's emphasis on power delivery has kept it relevant and, with the updates from USB Type-C, current with today's needs.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Sealed-Tight: Waterproof Solutions On A Budget Mouser Staff
Interconnects can make or break an agriculture automation project, but good connectors can make project costs skyrocket.

Shaping Smarter Cities: Simplifying The Tangled Beanstalk: LED Lighting Connections Sprout Up In Vertical Farming Paul Golata
Vertical farming is coming to urban centers, and with it, the need for large LED lighting deployments.

Are Your Selfies Really Cool? Lucas Benson
Demand for data storage is growing exponentially, fueled by everything from storing selfies to company sales figures. Data center priorities are switching to lower power and cooling to handle the increased processing density.

Shaping Smarter Cities:
Solar Roads Pave the Way for a Connected Infrastructure
Mouser Staff
Solar roadway technology has experimental testbeds in Georgia, France, and the Netherlands that aim to provide cheap electricity to the grid in the near future.

What USB Type-C Means for the Upcoming Generation of Consumer Electronics Mirko Bernacchi
When Apple announced its newest MacBook last year with a single, strange, rounded port, it shocked and puzzled the world. How could a laptop with just one single connection interface be usable, and of all the port types available, why did Apple choose USB Type-C, a format barely off the assembly line, with next to no device support?

USB Type-C™ Explained Lynnette Reese
I was intrigued to hear that Benson Leung, a Google engineer working on the Chromebook Pixel, had gone on a one-man crusade to help early adopters of USB Type-C technology (used in the Pixel) to review Type-C cables online to weed out the ones that were not USB Type-C spec compliant. Turns out that this amazing connector that will de-clutter our lives by channeling up to 10 Gbps data and 100W power in one small cable has many not-quite-right cables flooding the market.

Older Forms of Communication are Alive and Well Arden Henderson
Communication workhorses in the industry have been around since the always-underestimated, industrious Neanderthals first used serial and parallel communications to wire up their caves for monitoring fire wood inventories and controlling cave fire pits while the Ice Age raged outside.

Demystifying the RJ Connector Rudy Ramos
The registered connector, better known as the RJ connector and commonly known as a modular connector, is one of the most frequently used connectors, present in almost every business and household in America. Yet, it is also one of the most misunderstood, and frequently plagues its users with doubts as to whether they are using the correct connector for their application.

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