Everett Charles Technologies to Exhibit at Space Tech Expo 2016


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Everett Charles Technologies (ECT) will exhibit its leading probe and connector solutions for the military and aerospace market at the upcoming Space Tech Expo scheduled to take place May 24-26, 2016 at the Pasadena Convention Center, California.

At Space Tech Expo, ECT will showcase its leading portfolio of probes for RF and high current applications, a comprehensive offering of battery probes that feature highly consistent electro-mechanical characteristics and the most flexible and reliable compliant connector solutions.

ECT supports a wide range of industrial test applications with high performance RF and high current probes. Leveraging advanced probe designs and materials, ECT’s RF and high current probes are known for excellent electrical performance combined with reliable mechanical characteristics.

ECT battery probes are used in a wide range of applications that include docking stations, data transmission, PCB interposers, and contacts for connector assemblies for medical, mil/aero, transportation and more. ECT battery probes ensure consistent, long-life, low-resistance, compliant electrical and mechanical connections. ECT’s versatile line of battery interconnect probes provide design flexibility to match performance, cost, and assembly requirements. In addition, these products can be modified or custom designed to meet specific project requirements.

ECT’s Compliant Connector solutions offer superior durability in for a wide range of high cycle life applications. The spring probe based solutions can maintain consistent electro-mechanical characteristics in excess of million cycles. When mating planer tolerances pose a challenge or longer reach is required, spring probe based connectors ensure best performance. ECT Compliant Connectors are available in configurable off-the-shelf versions or as fully customized designs based on their flexible architecture.

About Everett Charles Technologies (ECT):

ECT (headquartered in Fontana, CA) is the world's leading manufacturer of POGO ® contact probes for a wide range of applications including industrial, medical, military, connectors and testing bare and loaded printed circuit boards. R&D programs address engineering and materials issues that will affect Contact Solutions for the next decade. Methods for maintaining electrical continuity in miniature probes, improved spring technologies, and probe head geometries are under continual review. ECT POGO ® contacts are marketed worldwide through sales offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. ECT is a company of Xcerra™ Corporation, which provides capital equipment, interface products, and services to the semiconductor, industrial, and electronics manufacturing industries. Xcerra Corporation offers a comprehensive portfolio of solutions and technologies, and a global network of strategically deployed applications and support resources.

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