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Coiltronics - Cooper Industries  Profile

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Coiltronics - Cooper Industries  Company Overview

Coiltronics, based in Florida, is a manufacturer of inductors and transformers used in electronic filtering applications requiring high frequency magnetics.

Coiltronics was acquired by Cooper Industries, Inc. in August, 1997, and is now part of the Bussmann division of Cooper Electronic Technologies.

Coiltronics - Cooper Industries  Products

The types of products manufactured by Coiltronics - Cooper Industries include Transformers, Inductors, Chokes and Coils, including Toroids, E-Core, EMI, RFI, SMT, SMD, and Steel Laminated.

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