PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--I-PEX, a division of the Dai-ichi Seiko group, one of the main global manufacturers of electronic connectors, has announced its participation at the Electronica trade fair to be held in Munich from 8 to 11 November 2016.
Electronica Munich, which takes place every two years, is the leading international event for manufactures of components, systems and applications. For fifty years, it has showcased innovations from the electronics sector. More than 73,000 visitors from 87 countries are expected to attend.
At the exhibition, I-PEX will present its latest products: the Novastack35-HDP connectors and CABLINE-CAII, as well as card-to-card and micro-coaxial connectors for high bandwidth applications up to 20Gbps, such as 3D cameras and high-resolution screens; the FFC/FPC MINIFLEX5-FF connectors and EVAFLEX5-VS auto-lock, used in the automotive and industrial sectors and fully operational up to 125°C and 105°C respectively.
The complete EMEA team from I-PEX will be on hand to welcome visitors and present the full range, including two Japanese engineers based in Paris who are specialized in the design of tailor-made connectors for automobile equipment manufacturers, such as hybrid connectors for motor compartments and vehicle interiors, captors, connectors for lighting (such as LED), etc.
I-PEX distinguishes itself by constantly striving for quality, and offers in addition a range of RF and FFC/FPC connectors that are also used in automotive applications and in applications such as smart meters, household appliances and consumer electronics.
I-PEX is a division of the Japanese group, Dai-ichi Seiko, specialized
in the manufacture and sale of a wide range of high-performance
connectors for various applications, including computers, telephones,
televisions, peripheral equipment, terminal equipment (wired/wireless),
monitoring equipment, as well as equipment for automotive systems.
Founded in 1963, the group is traded on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (Code:
6640) and, in 2015, posted a turnover of EUR 361 million. Dai-ichi Seiko
employs 6,168 staff worldwide; it has 18 production facilities and nine
For further information: http://www.daiichi-seiko.co.jp/english/
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