Gore unveils high speed data cables for prototyping & evaluation

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WL Gore now offers new design options in the company’s sample inventory of GORE High Speed Data Cables to continue to meet aerospace industry needs and new protocols.

The expanded sample inventory includes eight new part numbers ranging from OM4 fibre optics 1.8mm Simplex, CAN Bus shielded pair, Ethernet specialty quadrax, and shielded twisted pair.

Gore recently streamlined the company’s business offerings with more efficient ordering and manufacturing processes to deliver reliable solutions quickly to OEMs and users.

Complimentary samples of Gore’s pre-qualified solutions can be shipped within two business days (48 hours) from the date of the request from WireMasters in the US and Air Cost Control in Europe. Aircraft OEMs can validate and support low-rate production using Gore’s standard high data rate cables in their specific applications with lower technical and business risks to their programmes.

Customers can fill out a short online form to receive their complimentary samples.

Gore offers an extensive portfolio of copper and fibre optic solutions that support the latest open-source architectures and high-speed data protocols, such as IEEE 1394 FireWire, Ethernet, Fibre Channel, HDMI, USB and more.

GORE High Speed Data Cables are available in various durable, compact, and routable designs with proven installed and lifetime performance in civil and defence aircraft.




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