Rayconnect engineers are working on how best to run these connectors, which currently have a power supply and are heated by a thermistor. "The goal is to minimize energy consumption and reduce the circuit heating time in order to offer a more economical alternative than externally heated connector systems proposed by competitors," the company said.
Rayconnect provides fluid handling quick connectors to the automotive and heavy-duty truck industries. Based in Rochester Hills, Mich., Rayconnect designs and manufactures connection solutions for fluid transfer systems, including fuel, fuel vapor, engine coolant, oil, air and refrigerant.
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