Pomona Electronics product line includes test leads and probes, telecommunications cables, adapters, and IC test clips. Pomona Electronics is a leading supplier of premium grade connectors and components for all broadcast segments, including High-Def, digital video, audio, and home entertainment. Pomona customers benefit from this comprehensive line through excellent design, fit, and performance. Pomona Electronics is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fluke Corporation.
Pomona Electronics is one of the world’s leading producers of test accessories. The company was founded in 1948 as a radio and television service company in Pomona, California (USA). In 1951, the company expanded its business to include the manufacture of vacuum tube adapters and changed its name to Pomona Electronics. It was with the very first product that their name became respected by early tv service technicians and engineers. Soon after, a family of quality accessories was developed to answer a variety of commonly encountered problems; these products form the roots of the Pomona product line as it is known today.
Since then, rapid technological advances in electronics have created new testing challenges. Pomona has responded by developing test accessories for both the electronic and the electrical user, and by expanding its distribution network to a global scope. Through periods of accelerated growth, Pomona has maintained its high standards of quality and market responsiveness.
Today, Pomona is considered one of the industry’s test and measurement accessories experts. As a supplier of accessories to the world’s top test instrument manufacturers, the company’s products are recognized as being of the highest quality, dependability and reliability.
In 1998, Fluke Corporation acquired Pomona Electronics from ITT Industries. Operating as a division of Fluke Corporation, the company will continue as Pomona Electronics and serve its customers and distributors directly from both Pomona, California (USA) and its European headquarters in Eindhoven (the Netherlands). Pomona’s products are sold worldwide and in 1997 the company had annual revenues of about US$20 million.