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Kaschke KG  Profile

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Kaschke KG  Company Overview

Kaschke KG GmbH & Co. has been one of the leading companies in the production of soft magnetic ferrites and inductive components since being founded in 1955. Kaschke products are exported to more than 35 countries worldwide and are focused in the following application areas: Lighting technology, Automotive electronics, Consumer goods, Industrial electronics, Entertainment, and Telecommunications.

Kaschke KG  Products

The types of products manufactured by Kaschke KG include Switched Mode Power Supplies (SMPS), PFC Chokes and Coils, EMC Chokes, Current Sensors, Trigger Transformers, Current Transformers, LED Chokes, Common Mode Chokes, Differential Mode Chokes, Bobbins & Casings, and Ferrite Cores.

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