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Corning Cabelcon  Profile

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Corning Cabelcon  Company Overview

Corning Cabelcon A/S, manufacturer of the original Cabelcon connectors and Corning RF-connectors, was founded in 1983 and has been the fastest growing coaxial connector manufacturer in Europe. Today, Corning Cabelcon is Europe's largest supplier of coaxial connectors and accessories for CATV, and together with Corning Gilbert Inc., is the largest manufacturer of connectors for CATV in the world.

Corning Cabelcon  Products

The types of products manufactured by Corning Cabelcon include 75 Ohm Products: trunk and distribution connectors, splice connectors, splice reducers, jumper cables, adapters & terminators, bulkhead connectors, compression connectors, and crimp connectors; 50 Ohm Products: RF connectors, RF adapters, RF receptacles, RF jumpers, RF crimp connectors, and DualStrip tools.

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