PulseR becomes iNRCORE and Expands Its Magnetics Products for Industrial Markets

iNRCORE, the new name for PulseR, has launched a line of industrial-grade magnetic components as it expands beyond its traditional focus on military markets. The company announced its name change in July, following a buyout in February by an investment firm pledging new funding and aggressive growth plans for the company. 

Long a specialist in military-grade magnetic components, the newest additions to its growing lineup are product families of industrial-grade ethernet transformers, planar transformers, shielded drum core inductors, common mode chokes, current sense transformers and others that the company will roll out over the duration of 2020. With ISO-9001 qualified production, lead-free options, and competitive pricing, they are designed for high-performance projects that don’t require military-grade design but can’t afford to sacrifice on quality and dependability, said the company. Applications include medical, rail, EV charging, downhole, power grid and solar. 

It began doing business as iNRCORE, LLC on July 1 with the new name and brand but a continued commitment to design and manufacture magnetic components that deliver high-speed, mission-critical signal and power in the harshest operating conditions. 

“This year, we determined that the next step in our evolution is to invest in our brand and align it with the exciting growth we have planned for our business,” said Sarah Harris, president & CEO. In February, The Jordan Company, a private equity investment firm in Chicago, acquired a majority stake of PulseR, with plans to provide funding for growth and expand the business. 

New name on the building in Bristol 

Based in Bristol, PA, the company also has offices in China and Singapore.  Formerly the military and aerospace division of Pulse Electronics, it was spun out as a separate company and became known as Pulse Ruggedized when Yageo acquired Pulse Electronics in 2018. See www.inrcore.com