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Melcher - Power-One  Profile

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Melcher - Power-One  Company Overview

Melcher Inc. was a leading supplier of high-reliability DC/DC power products throughout Europe. Melcher Inc. was acquired by Power-One, Inc. in August, 1998. Power-One was founded in 1973 to manufacture AC/DC products. Power-One's products refine electricity into the many voltage and reliability levels needed to power high availability infrastructure systems. Power-One has evolved over 30 years into an industry leader, competitive on a world-class level.

Melcher - Power-One  Products

The types of products manufactured by Melcher - Power-One include DC/DC Converters, AC/DC Power Supplies.

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