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ACT - Associated Components Technology  Profile

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ACT - Associated Components Technology  Company Overview

Founded in 1989, Associated Components Technology, Inc. is a manufacturer of electronic inductors, coils, chokes, transformers and other magnetic components that produce the characteristic of inductance in printed circuit boards. ACT manufactures both surface mount and conventional through-hole types of components.

ACT - Associated Components Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by ACT - Associated Components Technology include Power Inductors, Toroids, Common Mode Inductors, RF Inductors and EMI Suppressors.

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