Electrocube, Inc.

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3366 Pomona Blvd.
Pomona, CA 91768
About Electrocube, Inc.
  • Electrocube is a manufacturer of high grade power electronic passive components with over 56 years of experience. Including Film Capacitors - High Temp & DC Link, RC Networks, Audio Capacitors, custom Hi Rel EMI Filters, custom High Freq. Foil Transformers, TRU's and Current Transformers. Newest acquisition Bishop Electronics, buy Bishop Capacitors from Electrocube.

    Brands: Electrocube, Bishop, Seacor, Southern Electronics, and F-Dyne
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Products by Electrocube, Inc.
  • Electronic Power Components

    Electrocube is a capacitor manufacturer known for its capacitor designs with thousands of precision-wrap and fill, oval/round/flat and epoxy case/hermetically-sealed capacitors. Read more
  • Capacitor Banks

    Features ◾Superior electrical performance/long life ◾Terminated using low-resistance copper bus strips ◾Designed for various mounting configurations ◾Banked to any capacitance value ◾Voltages from 10 to 1,000 ◾Current up to 1000 amps RMS ◾Operating temperatures are 85 °C, 105 °C and 125 °C Read more
  • Seacor Film and Electrolytic Capacitors

    Through its acquisition in 2002, Electrocube maintains the Seacor brand of commodity film capacitors, including electrolytic capacitors and power factor correction banks. Read more