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HiTRON  Profile

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HiTRON  Company Overview

HiTRON Electronics Corporation was founded in 1980 as a world class exclusive manufacturer of Power Supplies. We specialize in standard, modified standard and custom products. HiTRON's prodcut line ranges from less than one watt up to more than 1,000 watts. It includes state-of-the-art switchers, traditional linear power supplies, and PCB mount modules, designed for data processing, telecommunications, data networking, computer peripherals, process control, medical and instrumentation applications.

HiTRON  Products

The types of products manufactured by HiTRON include Internal Switching AC/DC Power Supplies, Internal Switching DC/DC Converters, External Switching AC/DC Power Supplies, External Traditional Linear AC/DC Adapters, Car Cigarette Plug Switching DC/DC Adapters, CompactPCI Switching AC/DC Power Supplies and DC/DC Converters, DIN-RAIL Switching Industrial AC/DC Power Supplies, On-Board & Chassis Mount AC/DC Modular Power Supplies, On-Board Baseplate DC/DC Converters, On-Board Encapsulated DC/DC Converters, 19" Rack Eurocard Switching AC/DC Power Supplies, and 19" Rack Eurocard Switching DC/DC Converters.

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