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CoEv Magnetics - TE Connectivity  Profile

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CoEv Magnetics - TE Connectivity  Company Overview

CoEv Magnetics, based in Reno, NV, is a broadline manufacturer of magnetic devices. CoEv Magnetics is now a part of Tyco Electronics.

CoEv Magnetics - TE Connectivity  Products

The types of products manufactured by CoEv Magnetics - TE Connectivity include Integrated RJ45 Connector-magnetic Solutions, Switch Mode Power Supply Transformers and Inductors, Custom Power Inductors and Chokes, Ethernet Magnetic Modules, Power Toroid Inductors, Industry Standard Drum Cores, Digital Telecom Line Interface Transformers, Broadband Signal Splitters and Filters, and T1/E1 Line Interface Modules.

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