Alpine Electronics 5,000 Sq. Ft Facility in the heart of Silicon Valley Since 1992 Alpine Electronics has been stocking genuine LEMO® Swiss connectors in San Jose, CA. Many of our technical staff members have been working with the LEMO® product line since 1979. As members of the LEMO® manufacturer’s rep network for more than twenty years, many of us have visited LEMO® manufacturing plants in Switzerland and the US. We have been given extensive product training by LEMO® employees over the years. When we say we are experts, we can back it up.  We are unique in that we specialize on the LEMO® product line as opposed to multi-line distributors whose resources (intellectual and financial) are spread out.
LEMO® has, by far, the broadest range of push-pull self-latching connector solutions of any connector manufacturer in the world, with over 75,000 (and growing) connector combinations. LEMO® connectors are high quality, precision; application-specific interconnects with many permutations and available options.  When you have the need for mission-critical connections, your needs will be met with LEMO®! 
By specializing on LEMO® we are able to concentrate our resources to better serve you, our customers, to find the correct and available LEMO® solutions for your needs. We routinely ship orders the same day they are received from our extensive Silicon Valley locally stocked LEMO® inventory.

Two Alpine Electronics employees smiling and holding a certificate that says "Pit Master Award, Silicon Valley Pig Jig, 3rd Place Overall" Alpine Electronics Competes in the Pig Jig

On Saturday, October 5th, 2019, Alpine Electronics competed in the second annual Silicon Valley Pig Jig BBQ competition and took third place overall. We scored Top Ten in all three categories (Ribs, Tri-Tip and Wildcard) according to KCBS rules, beating out 25 other competitors! $350,000 was raised to support Nephcure Kidney International.

NephCure Kidney International’s mission is to accelerate research for effective treatments for rare forms of Nephrotic Syndrome, and to provide education and support that will improve the lives of those affected by these protein-spilling kidney diseases.