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Amphenol Connex Connector  Profile

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Amphenol Connex Connector  Company Overview

Amphenol Connex Connector Corporation designs, manufactures and distributes world-class RF connectors, interfaces, crimp tools and accessories. Amphenol Connex offers literally thousands of products with options, types and configurations provided by only the largest connector companies. Modifications to existing designs, technical support, engineering assistance and custom packaging are all available. ISO9001 and UL approvals are standard. Amphenol Connex's complete range of RF interconnect products are used in industries such as automotive, cellular, telecom, networking, and instrumentation.

Amphenol Connex Connector  Products

The types of products manufactured by Amphenol Connex Connector include 7/16 Connectors, BNC Connectors, D-Sub Connectors, FME Connectors, MCX Connectors, MMCX Connectors, SMA Connectors, SMB Connectors, SMC Connectors, TNC Connectors, Twin BNC Connectors, Type F Connectors, Type N Connectors, UHF Connectors, Between-Series Adapters, Shielded Terminations, and Strain-Relief Boots.

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