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Panduit - ITW Pancon  Profile

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Panduit - ITW Pancon  Company Overview

Formerly Panduit Electronic Connector Division, ITW Pancon is an ISO 9001 supplier of electronic connectivity solutions.

Panduit - ITW Pancon  Products

The types of products manufactured by Panduit - ITW Pancon include Products: ITW Pancon Connectors, including MAS-CON Two-piece Insulation Displacement (IDC) Connectors and Headers, LAT-CON Lateral Entry Ribbon Cable Connectors and Headers, HI-CON-DIN 41612 Connectors, I/O Connectors D-Subminiature Connectors, PANFLEX - Round Conductor Flat Cable, Application Tooling, Switch-con CSF Switch Connectors, Power Tap PCB Power Connectors, and Elettro GIBI Terminal Blocks

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