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5/15/2014

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The Harting Han-Yellock 10 connector lineup was designed to add a new, smaller size. This line of modular industrial connectors can fit both rectangular and circular panel cut-outs, allowing direct replacement of circular connectors with a panel cut-out diameter between 28 mm and 30 mm. It joins the Han-Yellock sizes 30 and 60, and comes with either cable glands M20 or M25, top or angled entry. The Han-Yellock line's internal-latched locking/unlocking mechanism for extremely fast field connections has been incorporated into the Han-Yellock10.
 (Source: Harting)

The Harting Han-Yellock 10 connector lineup was designed to add a new, smaller size. This line of modular industrial connectors can fit both rectangular and circular panel cut-outs, allowing direct replacement of circular connectors with a panel cut-out diameter between 28 mm and 30 mm. It joins the Han-Yellock sizes 30 and 60, and comes with either cable glands M20 or M25, top or angled entry. The Han-Yellock line’s internal-latched locking/unlocking mechanism for extremely fast field connections has been incorporated into the Han-Yellock10.

(Source: Harting)

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Cabe Atwell
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Re: A different kind of show
Cabe Atwell   5/20/2014 11:48:19 PM
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That would be an interesting trade show to see. I would be interested in learning more about the Ethernet switches and the right-angle PCI-E connectors.

far911
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Re: A different kind of show
far911   5/19/2014 12:31:35 AM
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These days it is in. As business community find agents or distributors in far areas to handle their product. So that there presence is easily felt every where.

Charles Murray
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Re: A different kind of show
Charles Murray   5/16/2014 7:09:04 PM
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I suppose you're correct in calling it indirect marketing, fdos. That doesn't bother me, per se, but it seems like a foreign concept to me. Usually, I walk around at trade shows and handle the products. I'm accustomed to the direct supplier-engineer relationship.  

fdos
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fdos   5/15/2014 10:20:37 PM
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@Charles: Yes but forcing partnerships means indirect marketing isn't it ? That is the new trend these days. You do not market directly but approach via different modes. 

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A different kind of show
Charles Murray   5/15/2014 5:13:31 PM
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EDS is a different kind of trade show -- it's more about forging partnerships than selling products. It takes a bit of hustle to get into the suites and find out what's coming down the pike in terms of products. Nice work, Rob.

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