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GradConn Interconnect  Profile

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GradConn Interconnect  Company Overview

Gradconn Interconnect is a Taiwan- and China-based company providing a full range of high quality board connectors in 0.8mm, 1.0mm, 1.27mm, 2mm, 1.27mm x 2.54mm and 2.54mm pitches. An excellent range of SIM card connectors and holders have been developed to complement the PCB connector product line.

GradConn Interconnect  Products

The types of products manufactured by GradConn Interconnect include 0.8mm PCB connectors, 1.0mm PCB connectors, 1.27mm PCB connectors, 2mm PCB connectors, 1.27x2.54mm PCB connectors, 2.54mm PCB connectors, and SIM card connectors.

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