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Power Innovations - Bourns  Profile

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Power Innovations - Bourns  Company Overview

Power Innovations is a specialized bipolar silicon manufacturer, which designs, manufactures and supplies high performance TISP(R) Telecom Overvoltage Protectors, Transistors, Darlingtons, Thyristors, and The Fluoractor. In May 2000 Power Innovations was acquired by Bourns, Inc. Bourns, Inc. serves a broad range of markets, including telecommunications, computer, industrial, instrumentation, automotive, consumer, audio, and medical.

Power Innovations - Bourns  Products

The types of products manufactured by Power Innovations - Bourns include TISP(R) Telecom Overvoltage Protectors, Transistors, Darlingtons, Thyristors, and The Fluoractor.

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