ATI-INTERCO


ATI INTERCO designs, manufactures and commercialises complete connectivity solutions, a range of connectors for printed circuits and interfaces, custom connectors, backshells and a large range of cabling components and circular or rectangular connectors accessories.

From the first design phase we use validated, tested technologies combined in innovative and pertinent ways to ensure the reliability, security and ergonomics of our customers' harsh environment electrical systems.

Our principal markets are civil and military avionics, space, defence, (missiles, marine, ground based & communications), rail transport and signalling, and all industries using electrical connectors in harsh environments.

ATI-INTERCO produces connectors for printed circuits (board to board connectors), modular miniature connectors ( mixed layout connectors with signal, coaxial and power contacts), RF connectors, filtered and shielded connectors.... Our non-catalogue products are designed and manufactured to stringent customer specifications (custom design connectors). It also manufactures backshells for circular and rectangular connectors in standard sizes and to individual customer specifications, junction boxes, a vast range of cabling components, as well as circular connectors and high performance interconnection systems for custom applications.

ATI-INTERCO also develops complete sub-systems to ensure system compatibility and interoperability (military connectors, avionics connectors).

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