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CALEX Mfg  Profile

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CALEX Mfg  Company Overview

Founded in 1963, CALEX Mfg. Co. is a privately held company with corporate headquarters located in Concord, California. Calex is ISO 9001:2000 registered and fully complies with the quality and reliability requirements of manufacturing companies throughout the world. The company's 5-year product warranty is a key factor in customer's decision to desgin-in Calex's products.

CALEX Mfg  Products

The types of products manufactured by CALEX Mfg include Surface Mount DC/DC Converters: Single Output Non-isolated, Single Output Isolated, and Dual Output Isolated; PCB Through Hole Mount DC/DC Converters: Single Output Non-Isolated, Single Output Isolated, Dual Output Isolated, Triple Output Isolated, and Quad Output Isolated; DIN Rail Mount DC/DC Converters: Single Output Isolated; and Custom DC/DC Converters. CALEX also offers over 150 models of single, dual and triple output low wattage AC/DC linear supplies in PC board or chassis mount configurations, as well as a full line of DIN mount signal conditioners, modular strain gage and load cell signal conditioning equipment, PLC I/O Modules, DC alarms, and amplifiers.

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