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AEM Inc  Profile

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AEM Inc  Company Overview

AEM, Inc. (formerly American Electronic Materials, Inc.) was founded in 1986 and began its first commercial activity in 1988. Today, AEM's products are used globally for circuit protection and EMI signal filtering in the telecommunication, PC, consumer electronics, automotive, and aerospace industries.

AEM Inc  Products

The types of products manufactured by AEM Inc include Military & Commercial Fuses, Commercial Circuit Protective Components: SolidMatrix Multilayer Monolithic Chip Fuses, and Multilayer Varistors. Inductive Components: Multilayer Ferrite Chip Beads, Multilayer Ferrite Power Beads, and Multilayer Ferrite/Ceramic Inductors. High-reliability Components & Services: High-reliability Current Limiting Micro-fuses & Fusistors, High-reliability SMT Fuses, High-reliability Ferrite Chip Beads & Inductors, Turn Key COTS Up-Screening Services, and Tin Whisker Mitigation.

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