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CII Technologies - TE Connectivity  Profile

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CII Technologies - TE Connectivity  Company Overview

CII designs and manufactures high performance signal level and mid-range Relays to perform in a wide range of extreme environments in aerospace, military electronics and commercial applications. The CII product line includes one of the industry's largest listings of QPL products. CII Relays are currently qualified to MIL-R-39016, MIL-R-28776, MIL-R-28750, MIL-R-5757, MIL-R-83726, MS27245, MS27247, MIL-R-6106 and MIL-R-83536.

CII was acquired by Tyco Electronics in 2001 and is now a brand in the Electromechanical, Solid State Relays & Contactors business unit of Tyco Electronics.

CII Technologies - TE Connectivity  Products

The types of products manufactured by CII Technologies - TE Connectivity include Communication/Signal PC Board Relays, High Performance Solid State Relays and Power Controllers, High Performance Time Delay Relays, Low Signal High Performance Relays, Mid-Range High Performance Relays, Sensors, Monitors & Protective Relays, Solid State Relays & Input/Output Modules, and Time Delay Relays and Timing Modules.

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