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Lepco - Leonard Electric Products  Profile

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Lepco - Leonard Electric Products  Company Overview

Founded in 1971 in Brownsville, Texas, Lepco manufactures inductors, transformers and DC/DC converters for industrial applications. The company no longer maintains an active website.

Lepco - Leonard Electric Products  Products

The types of products manufactured by Lepco - Leonard Electric Products include Magnetic Devices & Components, Power Transformers, Power Inductors, Custom Magnetics for Switchmode Power Conversion & Telecommunications Industry, Inductive Devices for Switching Power, DC/DC Converters, Flyback Transformers, Isolation Transformers, and Toroidal Transformers.

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