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Meet Amphenol Invotec at Space Tech Expo Europe - Stand E70

Added 20/09/2019

Amphenol Invotec the market-leading manufacturer of printed circuit boards for the international space sector, will be showcasing its PCBs alongside the extended range of interconnect solutions available from Amphenol for the space sector at Europe's largest B2B space event - the Space Tech Expo in Bremen, Germany on the 19th – 21st November 2019.

As one of Europe’s leading Space events, Space Tech Expo showcases the latest from technical designers, sub-system suppliers, component manufacturers and systems integrators for civil, military and commercial space. The exhibition and conference draw attendance from thousands of industry leaders, decision makers, engineers, specifiers and buyers to meet manufacturers across the supply chain for civil, military and commercial space.  Over the three days, industry experts will share their insights on the most important developments and challenges facing space engineers and manufacturers today.

Amphenol Invotec is working closely with the industry to ensure it is the leading PCB interconnect solution provider for the next generation of space programmes. Amphenol Invotec offers a comprehensive range of PCB technologies, supported by a wealth of “design for manufacture” expertise, all of which is underpinned by a detailed working knowledge of space industry standards.

The Amphenol Invotec team works with some of the most exciting names in the space sector today, ranging from major OEM primes through to second and third subsystem contractors and universities. 

Amphenol Invotec support the complete product life cycle: Design for Manufacture, bread-board, engineering model through to flight model status



European Space Agency approved

•Approved according to ECSS-Q-ST-70-60C in accordance with:

-sequential rigid polyimide (Arlon & Ventec)

-sequential rigid-flex polyimide (Arlon, Ventec & DuPont)

•Member of PCB and SMT Working Groups


Non-ESA programmes and PCB technologies and materials are also supported: