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PIC Wire & Cable           

By | August 1, 2013
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PIC Wire & Cable recently rebranded its interconnect product lines under the PICMATES™ family name with product offerings for network, communications, data transfer and high frequency cable demands.
With more than 40 years of success in recognized aerospace programs worldwide PIC provides electronic cables, connectors and cable assemblies for military, corporate and commercial applications including TCAS, GPS, Satcom, IFE, radar, and displays — serving OEMs, System OEMs, MROs, avionics system designers and operators, and program managers.

PIC specializes in engineering the most effective cabling solution for a given application. PIC products are designed and manufactured to meet the stringent electrical and mechanical performance criteria required for advanced electronic applications like low loss, EMI immunity, light weight and high temperature.

Ensuring world-class quality and reliability is a top priority at PIC, as well as making their customers’ jobs easier.

“Our products employ the latest technologies to meet our customers’ application needs and — more importantly — to ensure consistent superior quality. Certain materials and manufacturing processes will not be used regardless of cost savings. By working closely with our customers, from the first call to our technical sales team through to delivery and post-sale support, we can deliver the most effective product with minimal lead times,” said Jim Griffin, president and CEO.

The firm’s Engineering and Design Services provide rapid prototyping and development while its Collaborative Technical Pre-Sales Assistance Team aims to improve platform and system performance and lower total costs.

PIC’s website includes selection guides, specifications, termination instructions, FAR burn test results and technical papers on cable design, application and construction.

Contact Information

PIC Wire & Cable
Phone 800-742-3191
Visit www.picwire.com
Sales@picwire.com

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