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CDM Electronics to showcase at RSSI exhibition

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CDM Electronics, a distributor of electronic connectors and cables, will showcase its extensive portfolio of railway connectivity products and value-added cable assemblies at the 2016 Railway Systems Suppliers Inc. (RSSI) 56th Annual Exhibition at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Tex. on June 28-30, 2016.

CDM will present its comprehensive offerings of connectors and interconnects designed to “optimize the efficiency and safety of rail-specific connectivity, as well as to assist OEMs' speed time-to-market.” Parts include circular, Ethernet, USB and RF connectors from such leading manufacturers as Amphenol PCD, Binder, Clements National, CONEC, Eaton Corporation, Sumitomo and Winchester Electronics, as well as intercoach Ethernet and power transmission jumper cables. Also featured are semi-custom RF assemblies utilizing Times Microwave LMR series of flexible, low loss coaxial cables. All value-added cable assemblies are manufactured by J-STD-001 and IPC-620 certified operators at CDM's ISO 9001:2008 and UL Listed facility. Notably, CDM's value-added contract services incorporate design and logistics, CAD capabilities, bar coding, labeling, laser marking and serialization. Most assemblies are RoHS-Compliant.

CDM's state-of-the-industry interconnect technologies and solutions are widely employed in the broadest spectrum of commercial, industrial, military train control, communications and power transmission applications. They are frequently specified for use in systems providing critical locomotive and trackside RF signaling, Automatic Train Control (ATC)/Positive Train Control (PTC), on-track collision avoidance systems, high-speed Ethernet data transmission, WLL, GPS, WLAN, WISP, WiMax, SCADA, interior lighting systems, and alternative energy signaling.

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