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Midtronics announces the acquisition of Intra Technologies

WILLOWBROOK, Ill. -- Midtronics, Inc. announces the acquisition of Intra Technologies, a producer of power manageme...


WILLOWBROOK, Ill. — Midtronics, Inc. announces the acquisition of Intra Technologies, a producer of power management solutions used to improve the efficiency and cost of DC power systems.

All of Intra Technologies’ products utilize their proprietary patented MOSFET semiconductor switch, which can manage extremely high electrical current while generating small amounts of heat in a cost and size efficient packaging. Intra’s solid-state products provide protection from battery power loss, over current, overheating, short circuit and other power issues encountered in vehicle applications.

“Intra Technologies is the technical leader in the markets it serves,” says Steve McShane, president and CEO of Midtronics. “Combining their products and technologies with Midtronics expertise will strengthen Intra’s position, and expand the markets for Midtronics’ traditional battery testing, monitoring and charging products.”

McShane also says the combined strengths of Intra and Midtronics will lead to advanced power system management solutions. This includes further enhancement of inGEN, our intelligent battery monitoring system, to include power management, by providing control of circuits to ensure energy efficiency, safety and driver comfort.

“The combination of Intra with Midtronics will create the most technologically advanced integrated energy management systems available anywhere in the world,” says McShane.

Intra Technologies serves the transportation, UPS, marine/off-highway, and military/aerospace industries. For more information on Intra visit www.intra-tech.com.


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