Blue Streak Electronics releases line of reman components

Blue Streak Electronics releases line of reman components

The company offers 36 SKUs covering hybrid and fully electric models.

Blue Streak Electronics, a leading innovator in the automotive industry, proudly announces the release of its highly anticipated line of remanufactured automotive driveline power inverters. This groundbreaking product line marks a significant milestone in the company’s commitment to sustainability and eco-friendly solutions within the automotive sector.

Blue Streak Electronics offers 36 SKUs covering hybrid & fully electric models from Toyota, Honda, Nissan, Chevrolet, and Hyundai.  Coverage will be increased to 80 SKUs by the end of this year.

With the growing demand for energy-efficient and environmentally conscious automotive solutions, Blue Streak Electronics has recognized the need for high-quality remanufactured driveline power inverters. These inverters play a critical role in the smooth and efficient operation of electric and hybrid vehicles, converting the DC power from the vehicle’s battery into AC power for the driveline systems and charging the battery.

The remanufactured driveline power inverters offered by Blue Streak Electronics are meticulously restored to their original specifications, adhering to stringent quality control measures. Through an extensive remanufacturing process, these inverters undergo thorough testing, refurbishment, and replacement of key components to ensure optimal performance, reliability, and longevity. As a result, customers can expect a product that performs at par with brand-new power inverters, while also reducing waste and carbon footprint.

“We are thrilled to introduce our new line of remanufactured automotive driveline power inverters,” said Aron Regev, President of Blue Streak Electronics. “At Blue Streak Electronics, we are committed to providing sustainable solutions that meet the evolving needs of the automotive industry. With these remanufactured power inverters, customers can enjoy cost-effective and environmentally friendly options without compromising on quality or performance.”

The automated test equipment as well as test and reman procedures were developed in the last 3 years by a large group of engineers and programmers in our R&D department.

Due to our leading position as a remanufacturer of automotive electronics we were able to overcome the challenges in developing high voltage/high current fully automated test equipment for these complex units.

The launch of this innovative product line demonstrates Blue Streak Electronics ‘s dedication to promoting a circular economy and reducing environmental impact. By remanufacturing driveline power inverters, the company extends the lifecycle of automotive components, reduces reliance on raw materials, and curtails energy consumption associated with manufacturing new parts.

Blue Streak Electronics invites automotive manufacturers, distributors, and consumers to explore its comprehensive range of remanufactured automotive driveline power inverters. By choosing these remanufactured solutions, customers contribute to a greener future while enjoying cost savings and high-performance products.

For more information about Blue Streak Electronics and its line of remanufactured automotive driveline power inverters, please visit

About Blue Streak Electronics: Blue Streak Electronics is a leading remanufacturing company specializing in automotive electronic components. With a commitment to sustainability and quality, Blue Streak Electronics aims to provide eco-friendly solutions while delivering excellent performance and value to its customers.

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