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Schaffner  Profile

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Schaffner  Company Overview

Schaffner is the international leader in electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), focusing on high-growth sectors such as automotive, industrial electronics, consumer goods and telecommunications. The Schaffner Group develops, produces and markets standard and customer-specific components, modules, test systems and test facilities.

Schaffner  Products

The types of products manufactured by Schaffner include EMC Filters, RFI Suppression Chokes, Feedthrough Components, Power Quality, Pulse Transformers, Automotive Solutions, and Customized Solutions.

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