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Illinois Capacitor  Profile

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Illinois Capacitor  Company Overview

Founded in 1935, Illinois Capacitor is a leading manufacturer and developer of miniature aluminum electrolytic, metallized film and film capacitors for electrical applications.

Illinois Capacitor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Illinois Capacitor include Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors, Organic Semiconductor Capacitors, Film Capacitors, Power Film Capacitors, Ceramic Capacitors, Aluminum Polymer Capacitors, and Super Capacitors.

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