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Inductive Technologies  Profile

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Inductive Technologies  Company Overview

Inductive Technologies (I-Tech) was formed in 1998 by an acquisition of the design and manufacturing operations of the Magnetics Division from C&K Components, Inc. of Watertown, MA. I-Tech is a sister company of Toroid Corporation of Maryland, established in 1982, and which pioneered the introduction of toroidal power transformers in the U.S. I-Tech offers a complete line of standard and application specific transformers, inductors, chokes and coils, serving the switching power supply, electronics, computer, industrial, and telecommunications markets.

Inductive Technologies  Products

The types of products manufactured by Inductive Technologies include Pot Core Transformers, Toroidal and Pot-Core Inductors, Drum Core Power Inductors, Primary Transformers - T1/ISDN/CEPT, Surface Mount Toroids, Surface Mount Power Inductors, Shielded Surface Mount Power Inductors, Common Mode Chokes, and Current Sensing Transformers.

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