Incon purchased Texas Instruments’ MIL-C-55302 connector line in 1999. Incon is qualified to Defense Supply Center, Columbus’ Qualified Products List in the following MIL-C-55302 slash sheets:



Incon has been providing sophisticated, high reliability, interconnection systems for use by the computer, telecommunications, military and aerospace industries since 1965.

Started in Wakefield, Massachusetts as a division of Transitron, Incon moved to Reading, Massachusetts in 1975. Incon relocated to Phoenix, Arizona in 1983 to become part of Gilbert Engineering. In 1987, a group of connector industry veterans acquired the company and moved it to Hudson, New Hampshire.

In 1999, Incon significantly expanded its MIL-C-55302 product offerings with the acquisition of Texas Instruments’ F-Series connector line.

We have the necessary technology in our facility to provide maximum control in our manufacturing process. This level of control is applied to the manufacture of all of our products.

Our quality system, conforming to AS 9100, and the application of statistical process controls at key points, ensure that our products meet or exceed customer’s specifications and requirements.

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