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LEMO Connector

Definition - What does LEMO Connector mean?

A LEMO connector refers to the various push/pull connectors created by Switzerland-based LEMO that are useful in diverse hardware setups. A range of LEMO connectors are used for panel and coaxial connections and in fields like telecommunications and research.

Techopedia explains LEMO Connector

Some projects use LEMO connectors because they comply with standards such as those provided by the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) for specific purposes. Some universities and research laboratories use LEMO connectors for highly advanced and expensive research machines such as oscilloscopes. These connectors may also be used for high-voltage projects or for more prosaic uses, such as in a conventional Ethernet setup. In general, these products are well regarded by tech professionals for their good design and advanced engineering.

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