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Datatronic Distribution  Profile

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Datatronic Distribution  Company Overview

Datatronic Distribution Inc. is the USA operation for Datatronic, Ltd. of Hong Kong. Datatronic Ltd. was founded in 1971 and has been designing and building wirewound magnetics since 1978.

Datatronic Distribution  Products

The types of products manufactured by Datatronic Distribution include Switch Mode Power Supply transformers and inductors, RF magnetics, common mode chokes, gate drive transformers, current sense transformers, pulse transformers, wideband RF transformers, telecommunications transformers and LAN filters.

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