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ETAL Group  Profile

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ETAL Group  Company Overview

The Profec Group is a leading supplier of inductive components for telecommunications and power electronics applications. The Group's customer base encompasses a wide range of electronic equipment producers including telecommunications systems suppliers and network terminal manufacturers. The Group comprises three business units that design, manufacture and market electronic transformers: Profec Technologies Oy in Finland Profec Technologies Ab in Sweden Profec Technologies Ltd As of January, 2008, the Profect Group completed its merger with EG Magnetic Technology Components AB and is operated under the name ETAL Group.

ETAL Group  Products

The types of products manufactured by ETAL Group include Through Hole Transformers, Surface Mount Transformers, High Impedance Pick Off Transformers, xDSL Transformers, Power Inductors, RF Inductors, Common Mode Inductors, Standard & Custom Magnetics.

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