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Amphenol Corporation; Wallingford CT

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Name: Amphenol Corporation; Wallingford CT    (USA)  
Abbreviation: amphenolco
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

Amphenol Corporation; Wallingford CT.
This is the current central location. There are/were other locations, e.g. for the Distribution Division it was 2875 S. 25th Avenue, Broadview, Illinois 60153.

Known as a worldwide leading manufacturer of connectors, cables etc.
Some HAM/CB gear as well as measurement equipment was also produced.

Founded: 1932
Production: 1932 -
History:
Founded in 1932 by Arthur Schmitt in Chicago as "American Phenolic Corporation", the name was abridged to Amphenol.
Starting with tube sockets, then connectors for military equipment in WW2, invention of several wellknown and worldwide used connector types.
Worldwide subsidiaries. ca.33000 employees in 2008. Still active in 2010.

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  67 Stereo Commander 880   Includes: Impedance bridge, Marker osc. RF/Sweep osc. Multipl... 
USA  60 High-Pass-Filter 114-330   Amphenol 114-330 High-Pass-Filter; For TV use. 
USA  70 CRT Commander 855   CRT Tester and Rejuvenator. 
USA  70 UHF Tuner 840-83   Amphenol UHF Tuner 840-83; US FCC UHF TV channels 14 - 83. 
USA  70 Millivolt Commander 870 MPF103  Amphenol Millivolt Commander 870; 

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