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American Power Devices - APD  Profile

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American Power Devices - APD  Company Overview

American Power Devices, Inc. (APD) is a private company based in Lynn, MA and manufacturer of all types of Diodes. The company does not maintain an active website.

American Power Devices - APD  Products

The types of products manufactured by American Power Devices - APD include Military and commercial diodes, zener diodes, temperature compensated diodes, rectifiers, current regulator diodes, small signal diodes, four layer diodes, computer switching diodes and transient voltage supressors.

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