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Digi-Key to distribute PRECI-DIP technology

01 Oct 2013

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Digi-Key has entered a deal to become a global distributor of PRECI-DIP products, including its spring-loaded technology. PRECI-DIP products are used in various fields, such as industrial, data processing, military/aero, medical, telecommunication, automotive, IT, and others.

PRECI-DIP's designs use a combination of components, such as socket contacts with multi-finger clips, spring-loaded contacts, and PCB connectors that include headers, sockets, as well as materials suitable for high-speed equipment. Separated components and their cam-set driven screw machines give them flexibility to lower MOQs, reducing product and tooling costs.

"We are pleased to distribute PRECI-DIP's spring-loaded technology, which will give our customers a cost-effective and reliable solution to their mating cycle, high shock and vibration, and board-to-board connection needs," said Tom Busher of Digi-Key. "The addition of Digi-Key as a key distributor of our products provides our customers with the ability to quickly receive delivery of PRECI-DIP parts in the USA and worldwide. Digi-Key supports our commitment to meet the design needs of a diverse customer base through an easy-to-use and flexible channel," said Tanguy Tronel, PRECI-DIP Director of Worldwide Sales and Marketing.

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