History

History

Leading in EMI/RFI shielding interconnection systems for 40 years

2019
40 years company anniversary.
2018
Presentation of the first HD-diagnostic plug with flex-rigid-PCB.
2017
the diameter range of crimped cable glands is extended up to more than 30 mm.
2014
Inotec introduces a standardized test procedure for traction and torque resistance of cable-specific crimp flange assemblies.
2011
Inotec presents the first generation of M12 circular connectors fully compatible with the Inotec crimp flange system.
2008
Our patented coding system for D-Sub connectors sets standards for a robust and reliable coding without requiring additional installation space.
2006
The D-Sub range has been broadened by further profibus connectors and impedance-controlled special connectors.
2003
Inotec celebrates the inauguration of the new building at our site in Lauffen expanding the R & D department and the EMC laboratory.
1999
Inotec introduced the series MSE/F for DIN 41612 connectors on 19” PCB racks. Since then the patented crimp flange system is also available for this key application in railway technology.
1997
We developed and presented the first D-Sub connectors with integrated BUS system.
1993
Expanding our production space we relocated our company from Heilbronn to the new facilities in Lauffen am Neckar.
1985
The company name changed into Inotec electronics GmbH. Resulting from the continuous expansion of our product lines, we are meanwhile offering the largest range of EMI / RFI shielding full metal hoods for D-Sub connectors.
1981
We developed the first EMI/RFI shielding full metal hood for D-Sub connectors combined with a 360° contacting of the cable screen: The Inotec “Crimp Flange System”.
1979
We commenced with the manufacturing and distribution of connectors and individual developments according to customer requirements.