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Wall Industries  Profile

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Wall Industries  Company Overview

Wall Industries, Inc., headquartered in Exeter, NH, designs, manufactures and markets a full line of AC/DC and DC/DC power conversion products with an emphasis on modified standard and customized power solutions. With thousands of standard products and a multi-market experience base, Wall specializes in responding to customer needs by providing accessible technical support, design assistance and rapid, quantity-independent turn around product delivery times.

Wall Industries is a subsidiary of Continental Resources, a $250M company that manufactures leases and resells computers, instrumentation and test equipment.

Wall Industries  Products

The types of products manufactured by Wall Industries include AC/DC Power Supplies, DC/DC Power Converters, Desktop Power Supplies, Encapsulated PCB Mount Power Supplies, Medical Power Supplies, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Power Supplies, Point-of-Load Power Supplies, Open Frame Power Supplies, Surface Mount Power Supplies, Through Hole Power Supplies, Wall Mount Power Supplies, Military Power Supplies, and Custom/Modified Power Supplies.

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