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Valor Electronics - Pulse Electronics  Profile

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Valor Electronics - Pulse Electronics  Company Overview

Valor was acquired by Pulse Engineering in 1998.

Pulse, a Technitrol company is worldwide leader in electronic component design and manufacturing. With an extensive line of state-of-the-art catalog products as well as custom capabilities, Pulse is a global supplier of electronic components to OEMs, contract manufacturers and CEMs.

Valor Electronics - Pulse Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Valor Electronics - Pulse Electronics include LAN, Power, Telecom, Excelsus, RF & Wireless, Consumer, Military & Aerospace, Antennas, Automotive, and Connectors.

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