RECOM Launches New Catalogue for Full Power
The power supply specialist, with its headquarters in Germany and technical support centers in New York, Singapore and Austria, offers a one-stop-shop solution in power conversion. The new simplified catalogue is especially targeted at the demands of design engineers, providing comprehensive yet uncluttered information about the RECOM product lines.
In combination with RECOM's different regional Websites (i.e., www.recom-electronic.com; www.recomasia.com or www.recom-power.com for US), the company offers a worldwide network of distributors and representatives. Besides strengthening its portfolio, RECOM has also significantly widened its worldwide distribution network.
For a free copy of the new catalogue and to find out more information about RECOM, please log in to one of our websites.
RECOM Electronic GmbH & Co. KG
Incorporated in 1975 RECOM Electronic GmbH originally was a supplier for high precision metal-film- resistors and networks, becoming a pioneer for miniature DC/DC-converters in the mid 1980's. Today RECOM is a leading supplier of converters in the power range from 0.25 Watt to 60 Watt and above.
Our core focus- development & design, production and marketing span three continents - America, Europe and Asia, thereby ensuring close proximity to our customer base worldwide. Our continued quality improvement is significantly enhanced by RECOM being the first converter manufacturer having been awarded the prestigious TS 16949 certification.
Leading international corporations have selected RECOM as their strategic supplier for power supplies. The continued expansion of our international presence makes RECOM an important partner for the global industrial automation industry, aerospace, medical, transport and communication.
The RECOM group of companies is committed to continue to be at the forefront of technological developments. Please consult our webpage: http://www.recom-electronic.com.
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