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Electronics Manufacturer Unveils New Web Site

Article-Electronics Manufacturer Unveils New Web Site

Originally Published MPMN September 2005


Electronics Manufacturer Unveils New Web Site

Shana Leonard

Electronics manufacturer C&D Technologies (Tucson) has redesigned its Web site. The company is a supplier of such products as isolated and nonisolated dc/dc converters, dc/dc and ac/dc power supplies, front-end rectifiers, inductors and transformers developed to support system silicon in power applications, digital panel meters and meter accessories, and a range of a/d and d/a converters.

The site’s features include product descriptions, on-line purchasing options, and downloadable product datasheets. Visitors who download a specific datasheet are given the option to automatically receive, via e-mail, any future specification updates for the part chosen. The site also presents customization query pages in order to cater to specific need of its clients.

In addition to basic product information, a variety of support features are offered. The customer support page provides access to services ranging from technical support to requests for free samples. Another page provides information on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances directive.

“This Web site is a single, on-line resource that brings together information on all of our products and technologies, and saves engineers and purchasers valuable time in identifying and sourcing solutions for their applications,” says Rob Hill, vice president of global marketing communications for the firm’s Technologies Power Electronics Division.

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