Delco Electronics Corporation was founded in 1909 by Charles Kettering and Edward A. Deeds in Dayton, Ohio. In his garage, Kettering developed the first inductive discharge, high-energy spark ignition system on a vehicle he was building himself. In 1909, over 5,000 of these ignition sets were sold to Cadillac and thus was born the Dayton Engineering Laboratories Company (Delco).Eventually the Kettering/Delco ignition system became the predominant ignition system for automobile, truck, and early aircraft engines, until the 1960s with the invention of the electronic capacitor discharge ignition. The company’s history of innovation runs still deeper. In 1911, Kettering invented the first viable electric starter, derived from a cash register motor, which were used by Cadillac in 1912. In 1915, he invented the Delco-Light, a portable internal combustion power and light generator intended for those without access to the electrical grid system. In 1918, General Motors acquired United Motors Company which contained Delco, among other manufacturers. In 1985, GM merged Delco Electronics with Hughes Aircraft to form Hughes Electronics Corporation as an independent subsidiary. In 1930, Delco developed the Cold Carburetion System, an auto carburetion system functioning as both a standard carburetor and a fuel injection system. In 1956, the company invented a transistorized hybrid signal-seeking car radio using both vacuum tubes and transistors in its circuitry. In the 1970s, Delco began major activities into automotive electronics and produced the first dashboard car radios. In 1997, GM went through a major reorganization and Delco’s businesses were split amongst different entities, including Raytheon, DirecTV, and GM’s Delphi Automotive. Although no longer an independently operating company, Delphi continued the use of Delco’s branding name and it currently remains as ACDelco, an automotive parts brand. ACDelco offers an extensive range of parts for automobile applications including: batteries, filters, spark plugs, brakes, air conditioning, alternators & starters, shocks & struts, and much more. ASAP Semiconductor, through its proprietary website Just Connectors, is a comprehensive procurement resource devoted to connectors. Explore variety of Delco connector parts and components for use in various applications that will suit your needs. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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Headquartered in Plano, Texas and incorporated in 1959, Diodes Inc. is a global manufacturer of a vast array of application specific standard electronics, including diodes, rectifiers, transistors, MOSFETs (metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors), protection devices, functional specific arrays, single gate logic, amplifiers and comparators, Hall-effect and temperature sensors; power management devices, including LED drivers, AC/DC converters and controllers, DC/DC switching and linear voltage regulators, and voltage references; and specialty devices including USB power switches, load switches, voltage supervisors, and motor controllers.The company’s product portfolio contains over 9,250 products ranging from discrete semiconductor to analog to standard logic, complex discrete, and silicon wafers. Their titular product, diodes, are available as switching diodes (single, dual, triple, quad, dual-dual), Zener diodes (with tolerances down to +/- 2.0%), low leakage diodes, and Schottky diodes. The company maintains manufacturing facilities and design centers all over the world including Texas, California, Taiwan, England, and Germany. Their wafer fabrication sites are located in Missouri, Manchester, and China. Diodes Inc.’s is qualified under the QS-9000, ISO-9001:2008, TS16849:2002, and ISO 14001 certification standards. Additionally, the company’s supply chain is protected under the C-TPAT (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism). With a workforce of 6,151 strong, Diodes Inc. reported $827 million in revenue for fiscal year 2013 and manufactures for approximately 240 OEM (original equipment manufacturer) and EMS (electron manufacturing service) vendors. Diodes Inc. has diverse target end-markets including consumer electronics (33% of sales), computing (28%), industrial (20%), communications (16%), and automotive (3%). If you’re in the market for connectors and other connector-related components, Just Connectors (a proprietary website of ASAP Semiconductor) is a leading distributor of all things connectors. We stock a vast inventory of Diode Inc. connector parts that are obsolete, rare, or current and are confident we can fulfill your procurement requirements. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you..

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Fluke industrial testing equipment
Working out of Everett, Washington, Fluke Electronics is a prominent manufacturer of industrial testing equipment. The company provides testing and troubleshooting solutions to the manufacturing and service industries with every new office, retail operation, bank, hospital, or manufacturing facility being a potential client for Fluke. Fluke Electronics was founded in 1948 by John Fluke—a former General Electric employee and former roommate of David Packard, co-founder of Hewlett-Packard. Since 1998, Fluke has been operating as the Test & Measurement Division of Washington, D.C.-based Danaher Corporation. Field applications of Fluke Electronics technologies include:
  • Bosch Group : The multinational automotive engineering firm Bosch Group faced a challenge where its networking team struggled to collaborate on projects and issues due to systematic overload. Bosch had seven overburdened network managers located in three different facilities being responsible for the IT support of 40 facilities across Germany. To address this problem, the Bosch team incorporated Fluke’s Optiview XG Network Analysis Tablet to streamline the work done by its IT department.
  • Micronas : Zurich-based Mircronas is a global designer of semiconductors. With facilities spanning the globe in Austria, United States, China, and Holland, Micronas faced the challenge of handling heavy data loads—mainly from inter-site traffic stemming from very large CAD files. Micronas needed a network monitoring solution for the traffic on its WAN. Using Fluke’s NetFlow Tracker and NetWatch, Micronas’ Windows Systems and Infrastructure team can determine which specific line is loaded, and why it is loaded.
In addition to servicing civil sector clients, Fluke Electronics has landed the following federal contracts:
  • In 2014, the US Naval Sea Systems Command in Corona, California solicited US$1.4 million worth of Fluke Model 720A high voltage dividers.
  • In 2013, the US Air Force Materiel Command bestowed a US$1.1 million contract for Fluke to upgrade the automatic test equipment calibrator electronic system that supports the Air Force’s cruise missiles.
  • In 2009, the Naval Inventory Control Point awarded Fluke Electronics a US$14.6 million firm-fixed-price contract to produce voltage standards for the general purpose electronic test equipment weapons system to be completed by 2014.
  • In 2008, the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division granted a US$11 million contract for 475 Fluke 5700EP calibrators.
Via our proprietary website Just-Connectors, prospective customers of ASAP Semiconductor can browse our latest inventory of Fluke Electronics connector parts. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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Delta Electronics Connectors
Delta Electronics, based in Beverly, Massachusetts, was established in 1955 and remains a family-owned business – passed down for three generations. The company specializes in RF (radio frequency), microwave, and millimeter wave connectors for a number of applications, including communications, military, avionics, wireless LAN, RFID, medical, and microwave devices (amplifiers, switches, filters, isolators, circulators, and power dividers). The company is certified in AS9100/ISO9001 and is ROHS compliant. They also have military-ready product lines which meet or exceed specifications of MIL-PRF-39012 and MIL-PRF-55339. Delta also boasts full vertical manufacturing capabilities with CNC (computer numerical control) machining and a new, state-of-the art electroplating facility. Additionally, Delta maintains vector network analyzer capability of up to 65 GHz and the most recent design and analysis tools, including Ansoft HFSS. Delta Electronics began as a supplier of machined components for the commercial and aircraft industry, with a focus on BNC and N connectors, and has since vastly expanded its product portfolio and offerings to include cable assemblies, connectorized subassemblies and component housings, SSMC microminiature connectors, high frequency connectors, and much more. The company also established a wholly-owned manufacturing facility in Nanjing, China in 2008. Delta Electronics’ connectors come with options. The products can be finished with your choice of gold, silver, passivated, nickel, or albaloy plating. They offer connectors in a variety of frequencies, from DC up to 65 GHz; in a variety of sizes, from microminiature, subminiature, and miniature to medium and large. If you’re in the market for connectors, including from Delta Electronics, Just Connectors is a one-stop shop for all your procurement needs. Just Connectors is a division of ASAP Semiconductor, a leading distributor for parts in the aerospace, industrial, and electronics industries. Browse extensive inventory of Delta Electronics connector parts. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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radio frequency RF
Based in Plain-view, New York, Aeroflex is a global manufacturer of radio frequency (RF) and microwave integrated circuits for the telecommunications, avionics, military, and medical markets. Founded in 1937, Aeroflex employs a team of 2700 workers across 16 facilities, 650 of whom are engineers dedicated to research and development. In May 2014, Aeroflex was acquired by British firm Cobham plc for US$11.46 billion. For the fiscal year 2013, Aeroflex operated with a backlog worth US$259 million. Roughly 28% of Aeroflex’s sales come from federal agencies.

Under the Aeroflex/Weinschel name, Aeroflex offers the following interconnect solutions:

  • Fixed Attenuators: Handles up to 50 GHz f frequency and 1000 W of power.
  • Programmable Attenuators: Comes in single and multi-channel arrangements.
  • Digital Attenuators: Can be controlled by USB or TTL interfaces.
  • Manual Step Attenuators: Works over large attenuation ranges.
  • Continuously Variable Attenuators: Works without interrupting the circuit.
  • Switch Units: Provides bus control of programmable step attenuators.
  • Mechanical Phase Shifters: Ideal for hard-to-reach connections in condensed settings.
  • DC Blocks: Permits RF power to flow without interruption.
  • Terminations & Loads: Processes up to 1000 W of power.
  • Power Splitters & Dividers: Ideal for RF and wireless connections.
  • Coaxial Adapters: High repeatability and precision.
  • Planar Crown Connectors: Provides multiple connector options and quick replacement of damaged connections.
  • Planar Blindmate Connectors: Engineered to endure harsh environments for a long operational life.

Aeroflex supplies the following major US defense contractors with its interconnect solutions:

  • Boeing
  • General Dynamics
  • Honeywell International
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Northrup Grumman
  • Raytheon
  • United Technologies

Aeroflex performs the following work for the federal government:

  • In 2013, the Marine Corps Systems Command awarded Aeroflex a US$15.2 million increase to an existing US$56.6 million contract to sustain the Ground Radio Maintenance Automatic Test Systems (GRMATS). Based on the Aeroflex 7200 platform, GRMATS is a digital, software-defined automatic radio test system used for diagnostic purposes.
  • In 2012, the Naval Surface Warfare Center procured US$11.5 million worth of arbitrary waveform generators (AWG) and other electronic components from Aeroflex to support the US Navy’s expeditionary electronic warfare systems.

ASAP Semiconductor is a leading distributor of all types of connectors, heat sinks, cable applications, and various components used in aerospace industry. Through our proprietary website, get all Aeroflex Corporation connector parts and components for use in various applications that will suit your needs. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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AirBorn cable and board-mount connectors
Headquartered in Georgetown, Texas, AirBorn, Inc. is a leading producer of electronic connectors for the military, aerospace, civil aviation, and medical markets. Certified to ISO 9001, AS9100, and ISO 13485 specifications, AirBorn got its start in 1960 by manufacturing interconnect products for important legacy companies like Motorola, Texas Instruments, Lockheed Aircraft, Boeing, and Burroughs.AirBorn’s array of cable and board-mount connectors includes the following series:
  • D-Sub Backshells: Used with D-Subminiature and MIL-DTL-24308 connectors, the D-Sub family of backshells relieve strain and provide entryways for wires at 45 and 90 degree angles.
  • HD4 Series: The HD4 family of high-data connectors are ideal for when female interfacing is needed. Possessing four rows and seven columns, these connectors give room for six 4X interfaces.
  • Micro (M) Series: Manufactured to MIL-83513 standards, the M Series of metal and plastic connectors come in sizes ranging from 9 to 100 contacts---allowing customers to customize their termination methods.
  • microQUAD Series: Engineered to process LVDS (low-voltage differential signaling) bus signals such as Ethernet, IEEE 1394, and serial rapid IO, the microQUAD family of female and male connectors are MIL-83513 certified.
  • microSI Series: Manufactured out of metal, the microSI family of high-data connectors are ideal for when signal integrity is needed.
  • Nano (N) Series: Made to MIL-32139 standards, the N Series of metal and plastic connector are ideal for tight spaces.
  • R Series: Designed to meet MIL-55302 standard, the R Series of plastic connectors come in sizes ranging from 11 to 600 contacts.
  • RC Series: The RC family of connectors are stackable and perform high-density duties.
  • RCII Series: Deriving from the RC family, the RCII Series is also stackable and has an aligned contact field.
  • RZ Series: For applications needing a one-piece contact system, the RZ family of solder-less connectors is ideal.
  • verSISeries: Designed to work in extreme environments, the verSI family of open-pin connectors are ruggedized and come in male and female options.
  • W Series: Manufactured to MIL-55302 standards, the W Series of connectors range from 1 contact 200 contacts models.
The following major companies utilize AirBorn’s interconnect products:
  • Boeing
  • L3 Communications
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Thales
  • Honeywell
  • Amphenol Aerospace
  • Rockwell Collins
  • Goodrich
  • Raytheon
  • BAE Systems
AirBorn has manufacturing locations in the following domestic and international locations:
  • Akron, Ohio
  • Addison, Texas
  • Lake City, Pennsylvania
  • Little Falls, Minnesota
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • Winnsboro, Texas
  • Taunton, Massachusetts
  • Toronto, Canada
Via our proprietary website Just-Connectors, ASAP Semiconductor is a premiere provider of AirBorn, Inc. solutions. Prospective customers can browse our extensive stock of AirBorn, Inc. connector parts ranging from backshells to plugs to receptacles and more-at Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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Fischer Connectors
Headquartered in Saint-Prex, Switzerland, Fischer Connectors is a premiere provider of push-pull circular connectors and cable assemblies. Established in 1954, Fischer’s extensive, 60-year history in the electronics field includes creating the world’s first hermetic connector in 1965. Certified to the standards of ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO 14001, ROHS, and REACH, Fischer Connectors is engineered to withstand harsh operational conditions-be it high humidity, g-force, rain, vibration, temperature, salt or shock. Fischer Connectors is a key supplier to a number of global Future Soldier Programs-a multinational undertaking by the United States and its allies to produce the most technologically advanced ground forces. The modern era’s network-centric and data-intensive battlefields require lightweight, reliable, and rugged connector configurations for use on uniforms, armed vehicles and other land-based platforms. The following Fischer product lines are built to withstand the pounding of a battle environment:
  • Fischer UltiMate
  • Fischer Rugged Flash Drive
  • Fischer Core Series
  • Fischer MiniMax Series
  • Fischer FiberOptic Series
Field applications of Fischer Connectors include:
  • SCORP Robot: Swiss firm Novatiq designed SCORP--a Micro Unmanned Ground Vehicle (MUGV)—for military reconnaissance purposes. The SCORP is throwaway robot meant to fit into a soldier’s backpack and thrown into buildings or onto rough terrain. As such, SCORP is integrated with Fischer’s connectors which offer robust performance in punishing environments.
  • Scorpion Rugged Battle Management (RBM) notebook computer: Integrated with the Fischer Core Series family of connectors, the Scorpion computer from Florida-based DRS Tactical Systems is specifically designed to meet the demanding MIL-STD-461E (EMI) and MIL-STD 810E (Environmental) requirements a warzone calls for.
Via our proprietary website Just-Connectors, clients of ASAP Semiconductor can explore our extensive stock of Fischer Connectors solutions. To request a quote, please contact the sales team through Through our proprietary website, explore all types of FISCHER connector parts for use in various applications that will suit your needs. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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Marathon Norco

Marathon Norco Aerospace Inc is a solutions provider for aircraft power needs by supplying engine, emergency power, APU starting, ground support, engine, and battery maintenance. Their large range of mechanical hold open rods, special coupling devices, and other well-known products have been supplied to many clients within the commercial and military aerospace industries. In addition, they have supplied medical, industrial, and other commercial applications. Other commonly-made Marathon Norco products are as follows:

Mechanical Products

  • Struts and supports
  • Actuators
  • Couplex
  • Fasteners
  • Interlocks

Christie Product Line

  • Power supplies
  • Battery chargers/analyzers
  • Battery management systems
  • Miscellaneous battery products

Marathon Norco Aerospace originated from Marathon Battery Company, incorporated in 1923. Their main business was producing, as their company name entails, was producing carbon-zinc dry batteries and cells. They gained a foothold in the industry due to their efforts in supplying military batteries during World War II and the Korean War, which earned them the Army and Navy “E” award for excellence, a very coveted honor. Marathon Norco began developing a rechargeable sintered plate nickel-cadmium battery in 1948 and subsequently became the first US company to manufacture these batteries in 1949. 3 years later, they began producing these nickel-cadmium batteries for the US Army Nike Missile program and the Atomic Energy Commission, which were used initially in missiles and later for aircraft applications. Their batteries were approved by the US Air Force Strategic Air Command for use in the B-47 bomber fleet not long after that.

Throughout the 1960s, Marathon Norco continued research and development into battery technology, unveiling several new product lines. In more recent decades, they acquired several notable companies that have helped them achieve their current size. In 1981, Marathon acquired Flite-Tronics, an inverter manufacturer. They also acquired Christie Electric Corp in 2000, a manufacturer of equipment that support the DC power market. This provided them with a very strong product line that they continue to supply today.

Through ASAP SEMI proprietary website, look into all ,a href="">Marathon Norco connector parts and components for use in various aerospace applications that will suit your needs. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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OMRON is a worldwide manufacturer based in Kyoto, Japan. The company was established in 1933, in a time when the manufacturing industry needed an increase in productivity, which was crucial for its success. OMRON was originally called Tateisi Electric Manufacturing Company, but the name was changed in January 1959.

OMRON began with its founder, Mr. Tateisi, manufacturing X-ray machines that were tested and proved to be effective in hospitals. His first large client was Dai Nippon X-ray Manufacturing Co. who requested many orders. The success of the X-ray machine helped dictate the future of other technological developments for the company. Today, OMRON is a manufacturer of automation components, equipment and systems.

OMRON supplies products and services in the following sectors: • Industrial Automation • Electronic Components • Automotive Electronics • Social Systems • Healthcare

With all of its current business sectors, Omron had gross sales of 730 billion dollars for the fiscal year 2013 and employed 36,842 people worldwide. Its largest business sector is industrial automation, which consists of 38% of OMRON’s business, for Fiscal 2013. The second largest business segment is the electronic and mechanical components business, which consists of 13% of OMRON’s business. The industrial automation sector consists of the following product lines: automotive radio components, driver monitor sensors, electric power steering, integrated control units, and switch and control components.

ASAP Semiconductor is a well-known distributor of all OMRON’s connector parts, boasting a comprehensive inventory of both current and obsolete product lines as well as the capabilities to procure any parts we do not have. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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Goodrich was an aerospace manufacturer before becoming a subsidiary of the multinational conglomerate, United Technologies Corporation, UTC. Goodrich was originally founded as the B.F. Goodrich Company in 1870 in Akron, Ohio. The company was founded by Dr. Benjamin Franklin Goodrich as a manufacturer of tires and rubber material.  Over the years and different ownership, Goodrich expanded its product offering. Before the company was acquired, Goodrich offered actuation systems, aero structures, aircraft wheels and brakes, electrical power systems, engine components, engine control systems, engineered polymer products, ISR systems, undercarriage/landing gear, sensors and integrated systems. One of their largest business transactions before becoming a part of UTC was opening a 13-acre manufacturing site in Rzezow, Poland. The manufacturing facility was an investment that cost approximately US $50 million dollars. The facility was an investment made to support Goodrich’s landing gear business, with a possibility to support other Goodrich businesses. UTC completed the $18.4 billion acquisition, including $1.9 billion in liabilities, in July 2012.  Goodrich stock holders were paid $127.50 for each share.  UTC first announced the proposal of the acquisition in September 2011. The ending settlement and agreement was for Goodrich and the existing UTC subsidiary, Hamilton Sundstrand, to be combined and operate as one unit. The acquisition of Goodrich has been one of UTC’s largest investments. Back when the acquisition was made, it was estimated that UTC would generate $350 million to $400 million a year in cost savings.  At the time of the merger, UTC had to cut back on in spending to pay for the debt it acquired. The long- term prediction for the company was for UTC to have an even stronger position in aerospace programs and future aftermarket revenue. ASAP Semiconductor is a leading distributor of all types of connectors, heat sinks, cable applications, and various components used in aerospace industry. Through our proprietary website, get GOODRICH Corporation connector parts and current UTC product lines for use in various applications that will suit your needs. Please contact us today at if you have a demand for any of these connector parts or call us toll free at (714) 705 4780 and one of our knowledgeable sales person will assist you.

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