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Mag Layers  Profile

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Mag Layers  Company Overview

May Layers was founded in 1990 in Taiwan. Mag Layers provides a wide range of products, including ferrite chip beads, inductors, common mode filters and arrays.

Mag Layers  Products

The types of products manufactured by Mag Layers include Low Temperature Cofired Ceramics, Multilayer Chip Beads, EMI Filters, Multilayer Chip Inductors, Wire Wound Inductors, and Leaded Inductors.

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