Linx Technologies Press Release - February 7, 2011
Linx Technologies' Durable Skins Now Available in Black
Merlin, Ore. – February 7, 2011 – Linx Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce that Durable
Skins are now available in black.
Linx Technologies now offers its durable, rubberized OEM transmitter skins in black. The skins minimize the
risk of damage and give your OEM transmitter a distinctive look. They provide enhanced protection from scratches,
bumps, and minor falls for any Linx OEM compact or long-range handheld transmitter. The rugged skin is a perfect
way to protect transmitters in challenging consumer and industrial environments. Custom colors are available for
high volume orders.
Incorporated in April 1997, Linx Technologies is a leading provider within the wireless industry of cost
effective, easily applied, highly versatile RF products. Linx applies its capacity to simplify electronics to a
variety of products and technologies, including low-cost wireless voice, data and GPS modules; interface modules;
OEM RF products; and encoder/decoder ICs. Through its Antenna Factor and Connector City divisions, Linx offers a
wide variety of standard and custom antennas, connectors, and cable assemblies.
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