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Recom International Power  Profile

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Recom International Power  Company Overview

Recom International Power serve the electronics industry for nearly 30 years, offering single, dual, and triple output DC/DC converters as standard catalogue products for fast delivery. Our principle markets are in the performance-oriented telecommunications, industrial control, data processing, transportation (incl. avionics), medical industries, military and test equipment although our converters are used in virtually every industry requiring low-to-medium DC voltage conversion in the 0.25 - 100 Watt range.

Recom International Power  Products

The types of products manufactured by Recom International Power include ECONOLINE DC/DC-Converter, INNOLINE DC/DC-Converter, POWERLINE DC/DC-Converter, and POWERLINE AC/DC-Converter.

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