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Conversion Devices - CDI  Profile

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Conversion Devices - CDI  Company Overview

Founded in 1979, Conversion Devices (CDI) is commonly known for it's medical power supplies which can be found in a wide range of medical devices from a 200 WATT four output supply for patient eye diagnostics to a 9 output 1KW ultrasound supply. For over 23 years Conversion Devices has delivered cost effective medical power supplies from 60 watts to 5KW. In the 1980s, Conversion Devices was one of the first to offer low leakage, patient contact switching power supplies utilizing industry standard half-bridge topology. Today, CDI provides customers with a broad product line of IEC601 standard and custom medical power supplies.

Conversion Devices - CDI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Conversion Devices - CDI include Open Frame Power Supplies, Multiple Output Power Supplies, and Custom Power Supplies.

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