Intelliconnect (Europe) Ltd, the UK based specialist manufacturer of RF and cryogenic connectors and cable assemblies announced the appointment of their newly signed distributor for Germany Nucletron Technologies at electronica 2018 last week.
Established for over 60 years Nucletron are a manufacturer and distributor of electronic components and systems for the RF, microwave, EMC and electromechancal markets.
Nucletron will be providing customers in Germany with focussed design support for Intellconnect’s market leading connector range in markets including microwave, defence, industrial, medical and low temperature super-computing.
Intelliconnect is the largest UK based manufacturer of RF, microwave and waterproof connectors and cable harnesses suitable for applications including wearable technology, medical, telecoms, satcoms, military, aerospace, space, general microwave communications, rail traction, oil and gas and marine. Intelliconnect also manufacture the market leading Pisces range of waterproof RF connectors, coaxial adaptors to facilitate inter-series connection and gender change etc. dust-caps and offer value added services.
Their recently launched and fast-growing cryogenic cable assembly business CryoCoax supplies medical, research, test and measurement and the emerging low temperature computing markets.
Intelliconnect’s cable division are specialist manufacturers of affordable, high quality, high frequency microwave cables including triaxial assemblies, semi-rigid, semi-flexible and cryogenic cables as well as standard RG/LMR type products. Cables can be waterproofed to IP68 and include special features including phase matching and ruggedised assemblies for use in harsh environments.
“We are very pleased to add Nucletron to our distribution channel,” comments Roy Phillips, managing director of Intelliconnect. “They have great experience in our core markets and are ideally placed to grow our cryogenic business. Nucletron can offer our customer both design support and product supply from their headquarters in Munich.”