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James Electronics - Custom Magnetics  Profile

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James Electronics - Custom Magnetics  Company Overview

James Electronics, established over 50 years ago, is located in Chicago, Illinois. In 1972 James Electronics entered the telecommunication transformer and power supply business which has become the key focus of the company ever since. Custom Magnetics, a custom transformer manufacturer located in North Manchester, Indiana, acquired James Electronics in July 2002. James Electronics, an ISO9001 certified company.

James Electronics - Custom Magnetics  Products

The types of products manufactured by James Electronics - Custom Magnetics include Laminated Transformers, Ferrite Core Transformers, Toroidal Transformers, R-core Transformers, Standard Transformers, Inductors, Coils, External DC Regulated Power Supplies, External DC Unregulated Power Supplies, External AC Power Supplies, and Modular Power Supplies.

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