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C D Technologies  Profile

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C D Technologies  Company Overview

C&D Technologies, Inc. produces and markets systems for power conversion and the storage of electrical power, including industrial batteries and electronics. The company offers products in three major categories - reserve power systems, electronic power supplies and material handling systems, enabling customers in the telecommunications, data transmission, infrastructure computer systems and utilities markets to maintain critical operations during power outages.

C D Technologies  Products

The types of products manufactured by C D Technologies include DC-DC Converters, AC/DC Power Supplies, Power Rectifiers, Inductors, Transformers, Batteries, Racking and Cabinet Systems.

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