Manncorp Turnkey Solution is Key

September 2010
SMT: Surface Mount Technology;Sep2010, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p58
The article offers information on Sensaphone Inc. which is a leading manufacturer of remote electronic sensors. As stated, Sensaphone was founded by Kenneth E. Blanchard 25 years ago and now has brought its own surface mount technology (SMT) assembly of remote monitoring systems in house with the help of Mancorp's Turkey Solution. Sexaphone's line of products include, 86 devices, each built with individual circuit boards.


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