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BI Technologies - TT Electronics  Profile

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BI Technologies - TT Electronics  Company Overview

BI Technologies has been an innovator and leader in electronic components for 50 years. Today its product line encompasses trimming potentiometers, precision potentiometers, position sensors, turns counting dials, resistor and resistor networks, integrated passive networks, transformers and inductors, hybrid and power hybrid microcircuits, and custom integration of these technologies.

BI Technologies Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of TT electronics, based in the United Kingdom.

BI Technologies - TT Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by BI Technologies - TT Electronics include Potentiometers, Inductors, Microcircuits and Modules, Sensors, Screened Substrates, Turns Counting Dials, Switches, Passives, Discrete.

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