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RDI Electronics  Profile

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RDI Electronics  Company Overview

RDI, Inc is an ISO-9001-2000 certified manufacturer with over 700 employees worldwide. RDI's 90,000 square foot Shenzhen, China manufacturing facility offers in-house tooling smt & thru hole pcb assembly, tooling, injection molding, zinc die-casting, and final product packaging capabilities. RDI has an experienced engineering department available for outsourcing including RF/electrical engineering, gerber design, firmware development, industrial design, HTML programming and software/hardware Quality Assurance programs.

RDI Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by RDI Electronics include Audio Alerts, Pezo Audio, Speakers, Headsets, Microphones. Potentionmeters, Switches, Jacks & Plugs, Cables, Connectors, and Receptacles.

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