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Automation Systems and Contriols (ASC) is a 100% Australian owned company providing automation solutions for industry. ASC are specialists in fields including Vision Sensors, Machine Automation, Motion Control, Sensors and Controllers. ASC distribute ...
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DC to AC inverters modified and sinewave, Current Transformer, Voltage transformers, Step down transformers, Switch board transformers, Toroidal transformers, Isolation transformers. DC power supplies.
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Torema Australia is the largest manufacturer of toroidal transformers in Australia. Torema Australia can manufacture toroidal transformers from 30va up to 18kva.
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ITC Products' core product range includes linear solenoids, timers, relays, switches, mercury relays and contactors, transformers and power supplies, industrial controls, electro-magnets, and miniature motors.
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Climax Electric has been manufacturing Transformers, Rectifiers, Rewinds, Power Supplies, Mining Transformers and Auto Start for over 60 years
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Ramelec Electronics, a 100% Australian owned Distributor of Electronic Components representing highly regarded market leaders in their respective fields with a nation wide network of Branch offices including technical, sales and support staff.
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Cambridge Transducers is a supplier of measuring instruments to the Electrical and Electronic Industry; including transducers, protection relays, power meters, panel meters, current transformers, electrical measuring and split core C/T's.
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Supplier news
21/11/06 - Torema Australia has released a new range of enclosed indoor isolation transformer, ranging from 100va to 625va.
Torema’s new transformer range.
Supplier news
11/04/06 - TOREMA Australia will be releasing a new range of t3 garden lighting transformers on Stand 811 during National Manufacturing Week 2006 at Sydney's Darling Harbour, from May 30 to June 2.
25% smaller in area than its predecessor.
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04/03/05 - EPCOS, represented in Australia by Ramelec, has made interface transformers for DSL equipment smaller. The improvements were obtained by careful calculation of the magnetic form factor and winding spa

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