Electronic components distributor Digi-Key Corporation and LEMO today announced the companies have signed an agreement in which Digi-Key will distribute LEMO’s product worldwide.
Offering more than 50,000 combinations of product that continues to grow through custom specific designs, LEMO’s high quality push-pull connectors are found in a variety of challenging application environments including medical, industrial control, test and measurement, audio-video, and telecommunications.
“Engineers are continually faced with the need for connectors to meet the challenges presented in a variety of applications,” said Jeff Shafer, Digi-Key’s vice president of interconnect, passive, and electromechanical products. “LEMO is a leader in meeting this demand with the design and manufacture of their push-pull connectors and we are pleased to offer their products to our global customers.”
“LEMO strives to achieve the highest level of quality and customer satisfaction,” said Dean Pohwala, general manager, LEMO USA, Inc. “With the addition of Digi-Key, we can now offer customers extended customer service delivered with technical expertise, professionalism and speed. We are very happy to have Digi-Key as part of our distribution network and we look forward to a very successful partnership.”
LEMO’s line of high quality connectors can be purchased online from Digi-Key’s international websites.
As the leading integrated Internet-based distributor of electronic components, information about and inventory of millions of products is accessible to customers around the globe, with all products shipped from Digi-Key’s single, North American location. The company’s integrated business model provides product and support information online to help put engineers and procurement professionals in control as they solve tough product development challenges.
The company’s online offerings and resources include: an interactive online catalog; PTM® product training modules; TechZoneSM technology zones; Another Geek Moment videos; Digi-Key toolbar; PurchasingProSM for electronics buyers; TechXchangeSM; a Mobile and Social Center; and a Reference Design Library.