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Packard-Hughes Interconnect - Delphi  Profile

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Packard-Hughes Interconnect - Delphi  Company Overview

Delphi Connection Systems, formerly Packard-Hughes Interconnect develops and manufactures products, such as high-density, rugged electrical and fiber-optic connectors, electronic assemblies, flexible circuits, and cable assemblies. Delphi's success has been in the harsh environment fiber-optic connectors being used in the broadcast industry. High density electrical connectors have been designed in major suppliers of instrumentation, industrial and aerospace applications.

Packard-Hughes Interconnect - Delphi  Products

The types of products manufactured by Packard-Hughes Interconnect - Delphi include Electrical connectors, Fiber-optic connectors, Flexible circuits, Electronic assemblies, MIL-C-28840 Connectors, MIL-C-28748 Connectors, MIL-C-28876 Connectors, MIL-C-85028 Connectors, MIL-C-39029 Connectors, and MS29504 Connectors.

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