Timbercon serves all branches of the U.S. Military, and our engineered custom fiber optic cables, harnesses and systems are used in high-reliability applications from ruggedized deployable reels to custom harness for next-generation military aircraft.
Timbercon got our start in fiber optics by serving the datacom industry with our rugged Armadillo loopbacks. Today, our fiber optic and electrical product lines range from standard patch cables, couplers and splitters to network simulation modules and custom high-density breakouts.
Timbercon offers a suite of fiber optic solutions and customizable products for medical applications ranging from probes and scopes to high-reliability medical device interconnects and retinal illumination, and everything in between.
Timbercon serves many different industrial markets, including research & development labs, oil and gas, utilities, automotive, manufacturing test and sensing, and more. Whether you’re an OEM in need of a high quality fiber optic solution designed and built for mass production, or a distributor in need of a high quality fiber optic products, Timbercon has the in-house resources to design, build and deliver the exact fiber optic solution you need.
“Timbercon listened to our fiber needs and worked closely with us to design and build multiple prototypes to ensure we were pleased with the final design. Larger competitors of Timbercon are cumbersome to work with in comparison.”
Mechanical Design Engineer, Defense Contractor
“Timbercon was able to deliver what we needed and the cables we do have seem very robust and working well.”
Design Engineer Lead, Global Technology Leader
“We think Timbercon is doing an exceptional job and it’s very refreshing to work with a vendor that actually knows what they are doing.”
Telemetry Engineer, Government Agency
“As we both expected, the excellent ribbed strain relief boots [Armadillo LC-LC cable assemblies] are holding up well in both of our factories — with no failures to-date. This is a great improvement compared to standard LC-LC fiber where we experienced some fallout and lost test time.”