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Fujitsu extends product portfolio with connectors from Neltron

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Fujitsu Electronics Europe is extending its line card portfolio to include products from Neltron Industrial.

The Taiwan-based company manufactures ROHS compliant connectors of various types. With this partnership, FEEU is seeking to widen the range of its offerings and to create new synergies between them, strengthening its role as a Value Added Distribution Partner for the EMEA market.

Neltron offers a broad range of connector types, including board to board, wire to board, wire to wire, FPC/FCC, IDC connectors, shrouded header, USB connectors and jumpers. 

Waterproof cable connectors are also part of the portfolio. The manufacturer additionally provides custom designs for projects that require tailored solutions.

Neltron is certified under ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO/TS 16949. This commitment to the highest standards makes their products suitable even for demanding applications in markets like automotive and industrial.

Axel Tripkewitz, president of FEEU, says: “Connectors can be found almost everywhere in electronics. By adding Neltron products to our portfolio, we can now provide our customers with this essential component type.

“The new partnership also goes in line with our ‘best-in-class’ approach. Our goal is to offer only carefully selected, leading applications and to provide our customers with a global gateway to all the products and services that are necessary to make their innovation project a success. Neltron therefore is a perfect fit.”

Various synergies arise between Neltron’s offering and FEEU’s existing line card portfolio.

Pin pitch scales from 0.5mm up to 5.08mm allow usage in both high current power supply cables and the smallest low-power IoT devices.

As a Value Added Distribution Partner, FEEU not only offers a wide range of products and services for these application types, but also employs experts who help customers identify the solutions that best fit their individual requirements.

This speeds up the process of scouting for and finding new products and services, ultimately leading to a shorter time to market.


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