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Applied Cost

In cost accounting, the expense of an activity or product, allocated according to a predetermined formula. These costs may or may not be based on the costs that the activity or product actually incurs.
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Innovation and technological leadership demonstrate Molex's commitment to designing interconnection systems that help customers reduce time to market and lower total applied costs.
The one-piece molded body with preloaded IDT terminals and cable guide removes the need for a separate upper housing, terminals or an insertion tool, which significantly reduces applied costs.
The 3644 cable also features color-coded pairs that provide easy identification that helps reduce applied costs to customers.
mPm DIN valve connectors simplify the manufacturing process and reduce overall applied costs for hydraulic, pneumatic and electromagnetic drive systems.
The entire AWT management team will remain intact, and we continue to focus on the mission of providing solutions that help reduce our customers' Total Applied Costs.
The technology also enables greater processing flexibility, including wide cure parameters and better flow characteristics, to reduce inherent applied costs for garage and entry door manufacturers.
Available with tin, gold or silver contact finishes, the MX150 all-in-one plug and receptacle housings lower applied costs by eliminating the need to handle and crimp individual wire seals.
All consumers are looking for products and processes that meet environmental regulations, require lower energy consumption, generate lower total applied costs, and produce a higher return on assets.
Increased PCB retention strength - roughly three times as strong as typical BGAs - that reduces stress on solder joints, increases compliancy and lowers applied costs.
has introduced several new products that enhance the UV printing experience by improving printing efficiency and lowering applied costs.
The solder-tail and compliant-pin electrical interfaces provide module design flexibility and lower applied costs by eliminating the need to purchase, handle and crimp individual wire seals.
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