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IEH Corp  Profile

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IEH Corp  Company Overview

IEH Corporation started in 1937 as a tool and die maker under the name Industrial Heat Treating Company, Inc. As the need for the tube sockets disappeared, IEH became a manufacturer of connectors employing the Hyperboloid contact design. The company's name changed to Industrial Electronics Hardware in June, 1959, and to IEH Corporation in March, 1989. Today, IEH Corporation is engaged in the design, development, manufacture and distribution of high performance electronic printed circuit connectors and specialized interconnection devices. Its products are marketed to original equipment manufacturers and distributors serving the Government, Military, Aerospace, Medical, Automotive, Test equipment, Computer and Commercial Electronics markets.

IEH Corp  Products

The types of products manufactured by IEH Corp include Surface Mount Connectors, Wire Wrap Connectors, Dip Solder - straight through Connectors, Stacking Dip Solder - right angle Connectors, Solder Cup Connectors, Flex Circuit Connectors, Crimp Connectors, Rt. Angle Wire Wrap Connectors, Right Angle Solder Cup Connectors, and Right Angle Compliant Connectors.

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