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San-tron Inc., a manufacturer of RF coaxial connectors and cable assemblies, has completely redesigned its website, www.santron.com, to offer clients, representatives and engineers the opportunity to search San-tron’s extensive product inventory and knowledge base. The streamlined San-tron website navigation has been intuitively reorganized, making it easy to browse the main product lines of connectors, adapters, cable assemblies and turned components. Scrolling features on the homepage deliver the most pertinent information directly to visitors, while links to the latest news are plainly visible. The most notable new features are the Product Finder tool, Part Number Search tool, RFQ form and Knowledge Center page, which serve as great informational resources designed to give visitors the best possible experience when searching for connector solutions.
The Product Finder tool allows visitors to browse through San-tron’s vast database of connectors and adapters. Visitors choose within the criteria of category, series, configuration, style and cable type to narrow down search results from over 2,000 product options to a focused selection of outline drawings. For those who know specific part numbers, the Part Number Search tool brings visitors directly to a specified part. Selected parts can be added to a “shopping cart” system from the Product Finder, which allows for easy submission of multiple inquiries through San-tron’s robust RFQ form.
More helpful information can be found in the San-tron Knowledge Center, which contains various tools, videos and documents ranging from standard specification classifications, to conversion charts, to brochures. With periodic updates and additions of the timeliest materials, the Knowledge Center is an enduring resource for all visitors.
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