ERNI has discontinued its D-Sub connector portfolio and partnered with Provertha, which will now be manufacturing and selling the D-Sub product portfolio into key markets.
Rudolf Hausladen, group CEO of ERNI International AG, is optimistic about the new partnership. According to a recent article published on ERNI’s website he said: “We are very pleased to have gained Provertha as a professional partner with comprehensive expertise who will manufacture and supply ERNI D-Sub products in the usual high quality. This will allow customers to continue their projects and use ERNI resources that become available for other product lines.”
Provertha has been manufacturing D-Sub connectors for over 25 years, and will continue to develop and expand the D-Sub connector range.
Actum Electronics, a division of the Actum Group, is the exclusive distributor of ERNI products in South Africa. According to Greg Barron, Actum Group director, the Provertha ownership of D-Sub will not impact local customers: “We would like to assure our customers that Actum Electronics will continue to supply D-Sub connectors locally through our own partnership with Provertha. We will uphold the same level of quality and dedicated customer service when supplying this product as before,” says Barron.
About the D-Sub range
The D-Sub/TMC series consists of interface connectors suitable for almost any application. This series offers 9- to 50-pole connectors, five different pin counts and various termination types, which makes it highly flexible and economic. It is available in male and female genders with different termination types, both straight and right angled. This new generation is fully RoHS-compliant.
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