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To assist customers who have a need to streamline their supply chain and logistics, Delta Electronics Manufacturing now offers a broad range of coaxial cable assemblies and other connector-related, value-added component subassemblies.
Delta’s cable assemblies, incorporating flexible, semi-rigid and hand-formable cables, range in size from microminiature to large, high-power types. They cover the spectrum of market needs from high-volume, low-cost assemblies to high-performance, low-volume categories.
These assemblies are tailored to meet the requirements of many applications, such as Telecom & Networking; Test & Measurement; Medical; Automotive; Military (using Delta’s MIL-PRF-39012 QPL connectors); Radar & Communications; Consumer Electronics, and many others.
In addition, Delta makes it easy for customers to specify their cable assembly requirements with its unique and innovative Cable Assembly Designer. This tool on the company’s website allows customers to visually build cable assembly drawings, specify markers, testing and other requirements, and send the drawing and specs to Delta via e-mail for quotation. The customer receives an e-mail confirmation including the drawing and specifications as well. The Cable Assembly Designer works completely within the visitor’s browser, with no plug-ins or other special software required.
Delta’s other Value-Added offerings include Connectorized attenuator housings; Connectorized filter housings; Custom-machined, connectorized housings for almost any component; In-house electroplating to military or commercial specifications, on its new state-of-the-art, environmentally-friendly, automated plating line; Connectorized antenna assemblies and transmission lines; and other subassemblies and components.
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