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Engineered Components  Profile

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Engineered Components  Company Overview

Founded in 1968, Engineered Components Company supplies standard product lines of toroidal inductors, active and passive delay lines and specially designed modules to the instrument, communication, radar, aerospace, computer, memory, computer peripheral and military markets.

Engineered Components  Products

The types of products manufactured by Engineered Components include L-C Delay Lines, Frequencey Multiplier Modules, Logic Delay Lines, Multi Logic Delay Lines, Programmable Logic Delay Lines, Logic Delay Modules, Double Logic Delay Modules, Pulse Generator Modules, Noise Filter Modules, Square Wave Generator Modules, Timing Modules, Four-Phase Clock Modules, Encoder/Decoder Modules, Inductors, Transformers, and Power Modules.

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