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Marwell Corporation  Profile

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Marwell Corporation  Company Overview

Founded in 1979, Marwell Corporation is a privately-held company based in Mentone, CA. The company is a leading supplier of meter socket adapters for electric KWh meters. Marwell's products are key to a variety of fast-growing markets, including Automatic Meter Reading (AMR), utility home automation, whole house surge protection and the general simplification of Kwh meter installations in the United States and worldwide.

Marwell Corporation  Products

The types of products manufactured by Marwell Corporation include Electric meter adapters for the electric utility industry.

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