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Lodestone Pacific  Profile

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Lodestone Pacific  Company Overview

Lodestone Pacific is a manufacturer of plastic molded products, and a distributor of magnetic core materials and tape for the magnetics segment of the worldwide electronics industry. Used in tuned radio frequency applications for over 25 years as RF Filter Inductors, Oscillators, and Narrow and Broad Band RF Transformers, these variable assemblies have been proven extremely reliable in military, aerospace, specialty and consumer electronic applications requiring high Q and durability with temperature and time.

Lodestone Pacific  Products

The types of products manufactured by Lodestone Pacific include Cores, Magnets & Ferrites, Terminal Blocks, PCB Mounting, and Transformers, Variable.

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