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Electronic Devices - EDI  Profile

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Electronic Devices - EDI  Company Overview

Electronic Devices (EDI) was established in 1951 in Brooklyn, New York as a manufacturer of low voltage selenium rectifiers for the home entertainment market. The company moved in 1960 from Brooklyn to New Rochelle, NY and in 1963 moved to its present location in Yonkers, NY. EDI's product line consists of a range of highly specialized silicon rectifiers, standard and special high voltage assemblies, rectifier bridges, surface mount devices and diode arrays.

Electronic Devices - EDI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Electronic Devices - EDI include Standard Recovery Bridges, PCB-Mount Bridges, Chassis-Mount Bridges, Fast Recovery Bridges, Ultra-Fast Recovery Bridges, 3-Phase Bridges, Commercial-grade Bridges, Axial Lead Rectifiers, Fast Recovery Rectifiers, Ultra-Fast Recovery Rectifiers, High-Voltage Assemblies, and Custom Products.

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