Fischer Connectors in the Race with MOD 70
Quality, performance, reliability, resistance, speed, efficiency and reaction are the attributes of great champions. They are also the characteristics of the range of connectors and cabling solutions designed by the Swiss manufacturer, Fischer Connectors, official supplier of Multi One Championship (MOD 70).
Leader in design, manufacture and distribution of circular push-pull connectors and high-precision cabling solutions, Fischer Connectors has an in-depth global experience of cabling solutions for harsh environments. The company supplies solutions that respond to the specific needs of numerous demanding applications including ocean racing conditions.
After several successful experiences with well-known skippers such as Ellen MacArthur and Stève Ravussin, Fischer Connectors is once again in the race. Stève Ravussin, industrial director of the MOD 70 project and skipper of MOD 1 Race for Water, explains that he has certainly chosen “Swiss quality”, but above all “a partnership that can respond to the needs of an industrial project that requires state of the art manufacturing procedures and a complete quality control system, essential with respect to the monotype requirements”.
The large range of connectors and cabling solutions provided by Fischer Connectors is perfectly adapted to the needs of electronic marine equipment in particular in racing conditions: easy to connect and reliable, they add to the performance and reliability of navigation systems, central processors (wave technology processors), GPS, CPU, wind angle indicators, speed, rudder angle, etc…
About Fischer Connectors: Fischer Connectors has been designing, manufacturing and distributing high performance connectors and cable assembly solutions for almost 60 years. Known for their reliability, precision and resistance to demanding and harsh environments, Fischer Connectors’ products are commonly used in fields requiring faultless quality, such as medical equipment, industrial instrumentation, measuring and testing devices, broadcast, telecommunication and military forces worldwide. Primary design and manufacturing facilities are located in Saint-Prex, Switzerland, with subsidiaries and distributors located worldwide