OSI Optoelectronics Introduces Cable and Harness Assembly Services

Custom cabling and harness products for medical and military applications

May 19, 2014 - Hawthorne, CA - OSI OptoElectronics (OSIO) (www.osioptoelectronics.com), an OSI Systems Company and global supplier of high performing standard and OEM photodiodes, high power light sources, and turnkey solutions, is proud to introduce cable and harness assembly services. The company now manufactures a wide variety of custom cabling and harness products for medical and military applications. OSIO provides complex braided and shielded harnesses with multi-terminations, over-molding, strain reliefs, and Mil-Spec connectors. All assemblies can be made to meet or exceed the latest medical or military standards. Cable and harness assemblies can also be supplied as plug-in units or OSIO can integrate the customers' electro-optical components, PCBAs, or sub-assemblies.

OSIO offers a broad range of cable assembly services from low-volume, complex hand-assembled harnesses to high-volume, semi-automated lines using automated wire cutting and stripping, splicing, transfer molding, auto-crimping, complex harnessing, connector over-molding, and strain-relief molding. Eubanks equipment, crimpers, mold presses, and Branson sealers combine with OSIO's mechanical assemblies using plastic, metal, ultrasonic welding, and/or IP65-75 sealing processes to deliver highly reliable harnesses and cables for critical applications.

For more information about OSI's new harness and cable manufacturing services for military and medical markets, please visit: www.osioptoelectronics.com/.

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