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Adactus AB  Profile

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Adactus AB  Company Overview

Adactus AB was founded 1992 in Stockholm, Sweden. Since the start Adactus has been producing standard and customized telecom and data communication products like AC/DC adapters, connectors, wall jacks, plugs, data and patch cables used in wired networks. In recent years as the market has moved in to the wireless world, Adactus has followed with products particularly aimed for M2M communications, including antennas, antenna cables, RF-connectors and adapters.

Adactus AB  Products

The types of products manufactured by Adactus AB include Connectors, cables, antennas.

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