ISE is a medium sized company long time specialized in customer specific designs for generally high frequency inductive components and mechanical modules where inductive components are to be integrated in. The origin of ISE is however medical industry.

ISE was founded as a MBO from PHILIPS Electronics; in 1992 from one of Philips’ divisions specialized in development and production of high tech inductive solutions for Philips’ internal customers.

Although ISE entered many new markets since then, the variety of markets and applications of PHILIPS and her products is still reflected in ISE’s current competences.

Another part of ISE originates from a former division of Imphy SA, specialized in magnetic materials, that became part of ISE end of the nineties. This division is specialized mainly in toroidal products, a construction topology that in many cases – due also to current powder core technologies – has many advantages compared to other transformer building forms.

These aforementioned origins of ISE still form the backbone of her main competences of reliability and providing smart designs for innovative technologies.

As a privately-owned company, ISE wants to contribute to meaningful innovations of her customers.

Our mission

By being involved in part design development for new technologies and through being up-to-date on materials and by applying (self-built) simulations tools, ISE can provide the market with best practice one-to-right solutions and supplying quality components repeatedly.

Our vision

ISE stands for smart, reliable and cost-efficient solutions, developed for long-term partnering customers that provide relevant technologies to the market.


ISE MAGNETICS is part of the Magnetic Domains Group. Another branch in the group concerns PHYNICX Metallurgy, a company specialized in Ni-Fe, Co-Fe and Ni-Co-Fe alloys and their applications, that provide either controlled thermal expansion properties or soft-magnetic properties. The so-called ‘Magnetic Domains’ in metals are responsible for both the soft magnetic as the thermal expansion characteristics of materials.