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EDAC Inc  Profile

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EDAC Inc  Company Overview

EDAC specializes in designing customized interconnect solutions for the Communications and Networking, Personal Computer and Data Products, Audio/Video Processing & Broadcasting, and Industrial Control and Automation industries.

EDAC Inc  Products

The types of products manufactured by EDAC Inc include Rack and Panel Connectors, Card Edge Connectors, Ultra Mate Compliant Pin Card Edge Press Fit Connectors, Metal to Metal Connectors, B57 - Telecom Backplane/Data Transfer Connectors, V.35 Telecom/Data Transfer Connectors, PLCC Sockets, Pin Headers & Sockets, DVI - Digital Video Interface Connectors, D-Subminiature Connectors, Cable Assemblies & Adapters, Custom Interconnect Solutionsm RJ45 Modular Jacks, USB & IEEE 1394 Connectors, and WaterProof Connectors.

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