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Powertron Converters - Martek Power  Profile

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Powertron Converters - Martek Power  Company Overview

Powertron Converters Ltd is a company recently formed as a continuation of the activities of Powertron Ltd, which was founded in 1971.  Products include high-specification, reliable, rugged and cost-efficient switch mode power supplies, DC-DC, AC-DC converters and DC-AC inverters, generally within the range 5W to over 1kW.

Powertron Converters was acquired by Martek Group in April, 2007 to form Martek Powertron.  Subsequently, Martek Powertron changed its name to Martek Power.

Powertron Converters - Martek Power  Products

The types of products manufactured by Powertron Converters - Martek Power include switch mode power supplies, DC-DC, AC-DC converters and DC-AC inverters.

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