Eggtronic

Modena 41126

COMPANY OVERVIEW

About Eggtronic

Eggtronic specializes in highly integrated mixed signal controllers designed for high-performance wired and wireless power converters.

Contact

Via G. Campagna, 8
Modena 41126
Italy
https://www.eggtronic.com/
+39 059 787 8110

More Info on Eggtronic

Eggtronic is a truly disruptive worldwide power electronics company, founded and headquartered in Modena, Italy, with branches in Silicon Valley, California, Taipei, Taiwan, and Shenzhen, China. Eggtronic's patented semiconductors and archtectures are redefining the future of eco-friendly, power-dense, and cost-effective wired and wireless power converters.

Advanced research in the field of power conversion and wireless power transfer is the beating heart of Eggtronic laboratories. Our engineering team has earned over 300 internationally recognized patents to date and counting.

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