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Amber Industries  Profile

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Amber Industries  Company Overview

Amber Industries, Inc. based in Carrollton, Texas, specializes in AC Power Line and Data Line Transient Suppression Devices. Amber Industries transient suppressors are currently being successfully used in diverse applications: batch control, process control, lab equipment, instrumentation, measuring equipment, computers, microprocessor controlled equipment, medical equipment, and SCADA systems, and feature the following approvals: UL 1449 Recognized for USA, UL Recognized for Canada, CE Certified for Europe IEEE-587 A & B.

Amber Industries  Products

The types of products manufactured by Amber Industries include Transient Suppression Devices for AC Power, DC Power, Data Line and Extreme Environment protection.

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