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BEAVERTON — Micro Power Electronics purchased Redmond, Wash.-based SelfCHARGE for an undisclosed sum. Micro Power, known for making custom battery systems for makers of portable medical, rugged handled computing and data collection equipment, including military applications, was a leader in the development of lithium battery systems. The company has expanded at such a rate during the last 20 years that it is now the fastest-growing supplier of custom battery systems in North America. SelfCHARGE is known for their battery chargers, docking stations and battery packs.


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