Welcome to IC-Tronix Inc!

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IC-Tronix Inc is a fast growing partner for electronic system and subsystem designers and manufacturers when it comes to high performance amplifiers, optical components and characterization and test equipment, from 155MHz all the way up to 110GHz.

In addition, IC-Tronix Inc sources and sells hard to find and obsolete components, and maintains very strong relationships in the electronic component brokerage community around the world. we have the market knowledge and sourcing expertise to quickly resolve electronic component shortages. With established Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS) relationships, we reduce extended lead times by sourcing allocated, obsolete, end-of-life electronic components, and other hard-to-find parts.

Ic-Tronix Inc supports its customers from design to volume manufacturing, including entire Supply Chain Management with a complete range of solutions to choose from.

Trusted and Verified Vendors

All prospective vendors are pre-screened based on a set of criteria that includes product quality, dependability, and service level, as well as conducting periodic on-site visits. In addition, a Dun & Bradstreet report and ERAI screening are completed – providing an additional level of scrutiny that further qualifies the vendor as a potential sourcing partner.

Once a new supplier is added to the “approved vendor list,” we closely monitor all activity during a six-month probationary period. Continual monitoring and grading of each supplier is conducted throughout its probationary period and tracked thereafter through our  sophisticated trading system, based upon the IC Tronix Inc supplier scorecard that includes electronic component quality history, performance and service fulfillment, stock supply/demand, and order history information.

Supply Chain Solutions:

  • Sourcing of electronic components for shortages and obsolescence
  • Inventory management and stock optimization for excess/surplus
  • Bill of Material (BOM) management with analytics
  • Obsolescence management
  • Computing production