Each summer, Electronic Design, the industry’s largest published print magazine, rates the 101 products that garnered the most reader interest in the previous year. For 2012, the ITT APD connector series, which is geared to automotive applications, landed a spot in the top 10.
When compared with all electronic devices, from sensors and switches to motors and motion control components, the APD connector series ranked No. 6, and in the largest single category – interconnects – the series ranked No. 1. The ratings are based on the number of page views components attract on the publication’s Website and on reader votes in an online survey.
“At ITT, we are focused on providing the highest quality products that help meet a broad range of customer needs, from standard electronic components to highly customized solutions designed for extremely harsh environments,” said Anh Phan, vice president, marketing and product management, for ITT’s Interconnect Solutions business. “It’s always an honor when the work of our team is recognized by customers and consumers.”
ITT's Interconnect Solutions business is a global manufacturer and supplier of connectors and interconnects that make it possible to transfer signal and power in an increasingly connected world. Through leading brands such as Cannon, VEAM and BIW, the business serves customers in the telecommunications, aerospace, industrial, oil and gas, medical, transportation and military markets. For more information, visit ittcannon.com/.
ITT (itt.com) is a diversified leading manufacturer of highly engineered critical components and customized technology solutions for growing industrial end-markets in energy infrastructure, electronics, aerospace and transportation. Building on its heritage of innovation, ITT partners with its customers to deliver enduring solutions to the key industries that underpin our modern way of life. Founded in 1920, ITT is headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., with employees in more than 30 countries and sales in a total of approximately 125 countries. The company generated 2011 revenues of $2.1 billion.