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Molex Embedded Vision – Mouser and Molex

When designing advanced applications such as embedded vision, connectors are one of the last things on most engineers’ minds, But the selection of the correct connectors for the job can be a make-or-break decision in the success of your product. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Tony Ciapetta and Chris Slinkman from Molex about selecting the best connectors for embedded vision design.

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