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Densei-Lambda - TDK Lambda  Profile

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Densei-Lambda - TDK Lambda  Company Overview

Densei-Lambda was founded in Japan in June, 1978. From development and manufacturing to maintenance service as a power supply specialist, Densei-Lambda is involved in all areas of the power supply industry. Densei-Lambda offers both switching power supplies and uninterruptible power systems (UPS). Densei-Lambda became a wholly owned subsidiary of TDK group in March, 2008.

Densei-Lambda - TDK Lambda  Products

The types of products manufactured by Densei-Lambda - TDK Lambda include Stand Alone and PC Board Mounted Switching Power Supplies, Noise Filters, and Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS).

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