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Circuit Components - CCI  Profile

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Circuit Components - CCI  Company Overview

Circuit Components, Inc. (CCI) manufactures and markets a broad product line of standard and custom transient voltage surge protection products. CCI offers solutions for commercial, residential (whole house surge protection), industrial, data line, telephone and telecommunication applications.

CCI was established as a division of Rogers Corporation in 1978, and became an independent company in 1992.

CCI no longer maintains an active website.

Circuit Components - CCI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Circuit Components - CCI include Custom Bus Bars, Standard Printed Circuit Board Bus Bars and Board Stiffeners, Microsubstrates, and Surge Suppressors.

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