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HH Smith - Abbatron  Profile

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HH Smith - Abbatron  Company Overview

HH Smith is a manufacturer of quality connectors, test accessories and hardware. HH Smith also specializes in the design and manufacturing of custom coaxial connectors, cable assemblies, and other special products.

HH Smith, Inc. was founded in 1946.

In 1968 North American Philips Company purchased HH Smith. In 1986 Philips organized the HH Smith business unit under its subsidiary company, Dialight.  For several years, HH Smith was known as Kulka Smith.

In 1988, NTT Inc purchased HH Smith.  Over the course of several years, NTT merger HH Smith, Mextron and Wallable with the resulting business group retaining the HH Smith name.

In December 2001, Abbatron LLC purchased the assets and rights to all products of HH Smith and is now located in Meadville, Pennsylvania. 

HH Smith - Abbatron  Products

The types of products manufactured by HH Smith - Abbatron include Test Accessories, Connectors, Spacers/Standoffs, Plugs, Jacks, Posts, and Hardware.

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