Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components
Company Overview of PATH Technologies, Inc.
PATH Technologies, Inc. designs, develops, and markets chips that eliminate hazardous electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) generated by cell phones, computers, monitors, and other electronic devices. The company’s Sentinel line of products protects the human body from EMI and EMF from interfering with the bodies own electrical system. The products consist of a single chip set that can be designed into existing electronic products. PATH Technologies, Inc. is based in United States. As of September 17, 2004, PATH Technologies, Inc. is a subsidiary of National Equities Holdings, Inc.
7001 Helmsdale Court
Clarksville, MD 21029-1737
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