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Captor Corp  Profile

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Captor Corp  Company Overview

Established in 1965, Captor Corporation designs and manufacturers a broad range of both standard of-the-shelf and custom EMI and EMC filtering products, including EMI/RFI filters, inductors, coils, feed-through capacitors and EMP modules.

Captor Corp  Products

The types of products manufactured by Captor Corp include Captor TEMPEST Filters for MIL-STD-461 applications including switching power supplies and secure data processing equipment; Captor High Current Feedthru Capacitors, in AC and DC models from 0.1uF to 5.0uF capacitance: Signal line filters, Power line filters, Multi-circuit filters, PCB-mount filters, Power entry modules and Filtered connectors.

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