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Connectors vs. Hardwiring
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Connectors vs. Hardwiring


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Many thousands of equipment manufacturers have switched from point-to-point (hard) wiring to connector-based cable assemblies in factory and process automation and control systems. Adopting progressive connectivity solutions has improved their unit costs and productivity. It allows them to turn around orders and complete installations much faster. With margins under increasing pressure, many OEMs have come to regard these benefits as a must-have. For many of their customers, the principal argument for connector-based wiring over hardwiring ¿ a lower total cost of ownership over the service life of the machine ¿ is equally compelling.


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