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Telegartner  Profile

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Telegartner  Company Overview

Founded in 1945, Telegartner now stands for innovation, modern production processes, competence and expertise in the fields of electromechanics and electronics. The original small enterprise has grown into a world-wide active combine specialising in component parts as well as finished products for telecommunications and datacommunications.

Telegartner  Products

The types of products manufactured by Telegartner include DataVoice Outlets, Modular System AMJ/UMJ, Patch Panels and Distributors, Connection Modules Cat.7, Patch Cords and Plugs, sPATCH, OCS Open Cabling System, UCT-Wiring Tester, Industrial Ethernet, actiF-Active Components, FO Connectors, FO Fibre Pigtails, FO Patch Cords, FO Ready-to-install Fibre Optic Links, FO Outlets, FO Patch Panels, FO Wall Boxes and Splice Boxes, FO Termination Tools, TAE Equipment according to DIN 41715, AMS-Automatic Multi Switch, Connectors according to DIN 41 618 and DIN 41 622, LF Connectors 10-way according to MIL-C-10544, 2- and 3-way Connectors according to MIL-P-642, MIL-J-641, and Binding Posts KL 58, KL 65.

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