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Weitronic  Profile

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Weitronic  Company Overview

Weitronic Enterprise Co. Ltd., based in Taiwan, is a quality manufacturer of connectors for computer systems, computer peripherals, telecommunications equipment and industrial instrumentation.

Weitronic  Products

The types of products manufactured by Weitronic include Future Bus Connectors, Eurocard DIN41612 Connectors, Board to Board connectors, Female Headers, D-Sub Connectors, IC Sockets, Centronic Connectors, USB Connectors, IDC Headers, Hard Metric Connectors, FPC/FFC Connertors, Pin Headers, Mini Jumpers, PLCC Sockets, Dip Switches, Edge Card Slots, IDC Plugs & Sockets, and Wire to PCB Interconnections.

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