Terminals & Splices for Industrial Automation

Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020    
11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time    
TE Connectivity
Duration: 30 Minutes

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The key to accelerated industrial automation is ensuring the best possible connection to drive productivity. Making a hard-wired connection that lasts is essential to keep your network connection. In this webcast, you’ll learn about the value of the right crimping tools and strategies to build a flexible, robust automation network.

What You’ll Learn: 

  • The importance of crimping with the appropriate tooling to maximize operational efficiency
  • How this skill set optimizes connected systems for robotics and automation
  • How to use effectively use terminals and splices in industrial automation applications


Stacey Main, Regional Product Manager, TE Connectivity

Stacey Main is a Regional Product Manager at TE Connectivity, where Stacey manages closed barrel terminals and splices, identification solutions and ENTRELEC terminal block and din rails portfolios for both the electronic and electrical channels within the United States. Stacey has worked with TE’s Industrial business unit for two years identifying unique solutions to save customers time and money. Previously, Stacey led the development of new product introductions and go-to-market strategies for several global CPG companies.

Karie Bogrette

Karie Bogrette, Product Manager, TE Connectivity

Karie Bogrette is a Product Manager for portable tools at TE Connectivity. With a bachelor’s degree from York College of Pennsylvania, and an MBA from the University of Scranton, she has over a decade of experience with TE’s Application Tooling division. Her areas of expertise include manual, battery, and hydraulic portable tooling solutions that cover the breadth of TE’s connector and terminal portfolio.


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