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Hirose  Profile

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Hirose  Company Overview

Hirose was founded in 1937 in Tokyo, Japan. HIROSE develops and manufactures a vast range of over fifty thousand different types of industrial connectors that require advanced technology and a high level of specialization.

Hirose  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hirose include Optical Devices, Radio Frequency Devices, Rectangular connectors, Circular connectors, Optical Fiber connectors, PCB-to-PCB connectors, Coaxial connectors, Ribbon Cable connectors, PCB-to-wire connectors, Telephone-modular connectors, PC card connectors, Automotive connectors, FFC and FPC connectors, I/O connectors, and Flat panel LCD connectors.

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