Electro-Numerics was founded in 1974 in Irvine, CA, as one of the world's first manufacturers of digital panel meters. Thousands of our original meters are still operating around the clock and around the world. In 1991, we moved to our current location in Temecula, CA. Since that time, we have expanded our digital meter line to be one of the broadest in the industry, from low-cost LCD readouts to our Micro Series of high-performance, programmable meters, controllers, counters and timers. We have also become a preeminent supplier of large-digit industrial displays and sports timing equipment, with digit heights up to 9". In 2000, we acquired CRA Enterprises, designers and manufacturers of custom magnetic components. CRA is now operated as the Magnetic Components Division of Electro-Numerics.
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