Amphenol Fiber Optic Products is a premier manufacturer of optical interconnect products. Headquartered in Lisle, Illinois, the company is a division of Amphenol Corporation, a Fortune 500 company with over sixty years of experience in providing total interconnect solutions to customers throughout the world.
Amphenol's experience in fiber optics dates back more than twenty years when the company developed the first industry standard connector, the SMA. The product line rapidly expanded to include other popular connector types, cable assemblies and optical couplers. Today, Amphenol Fiber Optic Products is an ISO 9001 certified company providing complete fiber optic interconnect solutions. A broad product offering includes fiber management systems, cable assemblies, adapters, attenuators, couplers and wavelength divison multiplexers for use in virtually any fiber optic application.
Amphenol's dedication to service and quality is known throughout the industry. Amphenol's manufacturing facility is equipped with the latest automated polishing machines and various inspection, testing and monitoring equipment to ensure that customers receive the best service with the highest quality products. With sales offices and distributors in every industrialized nation, Amphenol Fiber Optic Products is a global company well-positioned to serve the needs of our customers worldwide.
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