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Fischer Connectors Inc.





Company Headquarters

1735 Founders Parkway
Suite 100
Alpharetta, GA 30009
United States

Company Description

Fischer Connectors designs and manufactures reliable, high performance circular connector solutions for medical devices. Our products are ideal for use with medical electronic equipment. Sterilizable, disposable, reusable, and hybrids—even custom. Cable assembly options include silicon and low-friction coatings. ISO 13485 certified facilities.

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