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Meritec  Profile

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Meritec  Company Overview

Based in Painesville, Ohio, Meritec provides connectors and cable assemblies to OEMs in a variety of markets in the electronics industry. Meritec products provide cost-effective solutions to the electronic and mechanical challenges posed by increasing signal frequencies and decreasing package sizes. The company offers a full line of standard interconnection products for applications requiring critical control of electrical parameters.

Meritec  Products

The types of products manufactured by Meritec include 2mm HPM (High Performance Metric) Systems, 4X & 12X Assemblies, CP-50 (MXI-2) I/O Assemblies, Custom Cable Assemblies, HSSDC2 Assemblies, Multi Signal Interconnect (MSI) Assemblies, Octopus Fanout Cable Assemblies, PCMCIA Assemblies, Single Signal Interconnect (SSI) Assemblies, Card Edge / Mezzanine Connectors, SCSI Adapters, SMT Sockets, Specialty Connectors, Test Connectors, FPDI-1 Assemblies, LVDS Compatible Assemblies, Power Cable Assemblies, Specialty / Application Specific Assemblies, and ZIF Jumpers.

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