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  • Molex Incorporated
    Watertight Devices
    Watertight Devices

    Global Product Manager, Tony Quebbemann, discusses Woodhead® Molex watertight devices and their various applications.

  • Molex Incorporated
    Molex - Brad® Ultra-Lock® Connectors
    Molex - Brad® Ultra-Lock® Connectors

    The Brad Ultra-Lock Connection System improves on the current M12 design in 3 ways: it is faster, more secure and simpler.


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