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About Magna-Power Electronics:
Magna-Power Electronics, Inc. was founded in 1981, initially focused on contract research and development in the fields of power electronics and magnetics. Magna-Power Electronics, under pressures of quick design cycles, developed a strong capability for designing and prototyping custom power supplies and manufacturing magnetic components in small volumes. Our customers, seeing the quality of our workmanship, demanded production quantities of our designs. To satisfy this need, Magna-Power Electronics evolved into a products based manufacturing company.
Magna-Power Electronics applied its strength in engineering to create dc power processing products using modular building blocks. The building blocks were made interchangeable so that systems could be configured per customer requirements. Investment in inventory and tailoring production for system level manufacturing have made Magna-Power Electronics a leader in providing high-power, cost competitive dc power supplies.
With decades of experience, Magna-Power Electronics has honed its product line to provide robust current-fed power conversion along with user friendly sophisticated microprocessor control. Magna-Power Electronics' products can be found around the world processing power for national labs, industrial sites, and universities. Our products have evolved by listening to our customers and working with them to find solutions to their problems. Our continual growth is based upon our innovative engineering, superior manufacturing methods, and dedicated employees. Today, all engineering and manufacturing is performed in Flemington, NJ.
Magna-Power Electronics products are proudly made in the USA at the company's vertically integrated, company designed and owned 73,500 ft2 headquarters in Flemington, New Jersey. All engineering, manufacturing and North America product servicing is performed at the company's headquarters.
What does "Made in the USA" mean to Magna-Power Electronics?
Magna-Power Electronics utilizes vertical integration in its manufacturing process for complete control over quality, lead-time and cost of its made-to-order products. As the company has grown, more operations have been brought internal to the company. Today, processes internal to the company include:
- Research and development
- Magnetics winding
- Magnetic core manufacturing
- Full sheet metal operations
- Cable harnessing
- Powder coating
- Laminated bus bar fabrication
- Air- and water-cooled heat-sink manufacturing
- Printed circuit board assembly
- Final assembly, testing, and burn-in
Vertical integration enables Magna-Power Electronics to manufacture a very broad line of sophisticated electronic products, while still maintaining an industry leading two (2) week lead-time on products 1.5 kW to 15 kW. Housing engineering and manufacturing teams in the same facility forces strong collaboration between the two teams for continual process and product improvements.
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