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October 13th, 2017

APTA EXPO 2017 - the year of the electric bus


Back from APTA 2017 in Atlanta. It was a great event to continue developing existing relationships and forge new ones ...more



September 15th, 2017

REO-USA at the APTA EXPO 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.


REO-USA is exhibiting at the APTA EXPO 2017 October 9 - 11 2017 in Atlanta, GA.
We are exhibiting our latest technology of Components for Railway applications. ...more



August 29th, 2017

REO-USA at the Corrosion Technology Week (CTW) in Indianapolis, Indiana



REO-USA is participating in the Corrosion Technology Week 2017, September 10-14 2017 ...more



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► REO-USA adds to sales division with Charlie Presley hiring

May 5th, 2015

Looking to expand their presence in a number of manufacturing industries, REO-USA recently hired Charlie Presley as a technical sales engineer. In this position, he will be responsible for establishing name and brand recognition for the company's various product offerings.

Mr. Presley brings to REO-USA 25 of years of experience. He has sold Inductive products for KOA and TDK. He has worked with design groups in both Automotive and Wireless Access products. His customer base included, Delphi, Cisco, Aisin, Diebold and Hobart. He is a Purdue University graduate with an electrical engineering background.

"I am very excited to utilize my experience to further grow REO-USA and also the opportunity to expand my background to include high power applications. I look forward to visiting Germany and acquiring product information to supply me with the tools to share the REO-USA product line with both past and future customers."

Mr. Presley enjoys golf and reading science fiction. He is the father of 2 daughters, both of which are grown. "I look forward to being a grandfather someday".



► New REO-USA Mix'n Match™ Hybrid reactors meet power needs with less weight and space and lower cost

February 26th, 2015

Gone are the days when either-or options such as copper versus aluminum, layer versus disc winding, and a couple of component protection options forced specifying too little or too much reactor for your products.

REO-USA brings you Mix'n Match™ Hybrids, air core reactors that can incorporate both copper and aluminum material, provide different and/or parallel windings and use several protective methods all in a single component tailored to your power, size and weight as well as budget needs. Market-wide introduction of this technology follows years of extensive component design, testing and real-world proving by the Indianapolis firm and its Germany-based parent, REO.

"We're already producing hybrids for U.S. customers in the transportation industry," says Rick Jones, REO-USA Senior Director of Engineering. "In fact, some specs required additional design alterations in our extensive line, which we can easily accommodate. To my knowledge, we're the only manufacturer to offer Hybrid options, certainly a more extensive selection than anyone else. We offer a complete range of standard reactor configurations, all of which adds up to more ways to precisely match specific product performance and budget requirements."

Comparsion of materials of an air choke

While all REO-USA air core reactors provide high linearity, it's easy to see how Mix'n Match Hybrids can provide a happy medium option between Copper- or Aluminum-only. REO-USA fully tests reactors up to 1500 amps, using the highest-range equipment available.



Power, weight, space - matching the most effective Material mix to your needs

In terms of material, many makers offer only copper or aluminum, according to Jones. Each has its own plusses and minuses.
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