ETCO Introduces Connectors & Terminals that are Designed for Critical Robotic Medical Devices

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Custom fabricated electrical connectors and terminals manufactured to OEM specifications from virtually any alloy that can also be inlaid or edgelaid with precious metals are being introduced by ETCO Incorporated.

ETCO Connectors & Terminals are supplied loose or on reels for use with various automated attachment systems.

ETCO Connectors & Terminals are supplied loose or on reels for use with various automated attachment systems.

Permitting OEMs to meet design requirements for critical robotic medical devices, ETCO Connectors & Terminals are manufactured to specification from virtually any alloy and can also be inlaid or edgelaid with precious metals.

ETCO Incorporated has introduced new custom fabricated electrical connectors and terminals manufactured to OEM specifications from virtually any alloy that can also be inlaid or edgelaid with precious metals.

ETCO Connectors & Terminals for robotic medical devices are manufactured to specification from virtually any alloy and can be inlaid or edgelaid with precious metals to achieve specific properties. Permitting OEMs to meet design requirements for critical robotic medical devices, they are supplied loose or on reels for use with various automated attachment systems.

Available in sizes from 0.008” to 0.090” thick with +0.002” tolerances, depending upon materials and design requirements, ETCO Connectors & Terminals can include discrete over-molding and other special character-istics. Parts can also be made for other medical equipment including mobility units, monitors, hospital beds, MRI systems, and CT scanners.

ETCO Connectors & Terminals for robotic medical devices are priced according to configuration and quantity. Price quotations are available upon request.

For more information contact:

ETCO Incorporated
Sean Dunn, VP Marketing
3004 62nd Avenue East
Bradenton, FL 34203
(800) 689-3826
Email: sdunn@etco.com
http://www.etco.com

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