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Citel  Profile

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Citel  Company Overview

Founded in 1936, Citel manufactures a complete line of surge protectors for AC power, telephone, data and RF coaxial lines. Citel surge suppressors have been especially designed to provide an effective solution to Broadband Wireless, Telecom, Automation Control Instrumentation and Security Market industries. Citel manufactures AC surge protectors, RF coaxial lightning arrestors, telecom line surge protection, data line surge suppressors.

Citel  Products

The types of products manufactured by Citel include Telephone and Data Line Surge Protection, Power-Over-Ethernet Surge Protection, 100Mbps - Category 5/5E Surge Protection, 1000Mbps - Category 5E/6 Surge Protection, RS485 Surge Protection, RS232 Surge Protection, T1/E1 Surge Protection, DC Surge Protection for Telephone Lines, Leased Lines Surge Protection, Pipe Fitting Surge Protection, AC Power line - DIN Rail, Telco/Datacom - DIN Rail, Power Supply Protection - DIN Rail, Miniature Surface Mountable Gas Tubes, Two-Element Gas Tubes, and Three-Element Gas Tubes.

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