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Metuchen Capacitors - MCI  Profile

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Metuchen Capacitors - MCI  Company Overview

Founded in New Jersey in 1972, Metuchen Capacitors (MCI) specializes in the manufacture and distribution of military and commercial capacitors.

Metuchen Capacitors - MCI  Products

The types of products manufactured by Metuchen Capacitors - MCI include Epoxy Coated Radial Leaded Ceramic Capacitors, Surface Mount Ceramic Capacitors, Surface Mount Tantalum Capacitors, Switch Mode Power Supply Capacitors, High Voltage Ceramic Chip Capacitors, High Voltage Radial Leaded Capacitors, Ultra High Q-Microwave Capacitors, NPO Ceramic Capacitors, Ceramic Chip Capacitors, 200 Degrees C Resin Coated Radial Leaded Capacitors, Temperature Compensating Ceramic Chip Capacitors, Chip Attenuators, Fixed Thick Film Chip Resistors, Filtered Terminal Blocks, Feed-Thru and Bolt in Filters, Multisection Filters, High Current Surface Mount Filters, High Performance Filtered D-Subminiature Connectors, Chip-on-Board Filtered D-Subminiature Connectors, and Metal Gaskets.

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