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Belling Lee - BLP Components - Dialight  Profile

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Belling Lee - BLP Components - Dialight  Company Overview

BLP can be traced back to 1952 with the forming of Magnetic Devices. In 1977, Magnetic Devices joined forces with Pye Electro Devices (manufacturers of the PED Solenoid) and in 1983 was renamed PED. 1992 was the year that UK market leader PED merged with Belling Lee, a world class manufacturer of fuses, fuse holders, filters and connectors, to form BLP. Also during this year a series of mergers and acquisitions lead to BLP becoming a key part of the Dialight plc of companies.

BLP still manufactures products under the Belling Lee brand name alongside electromechanical solutions based on solenoid technology derived from PED.

Belling Lee - BLP Components - Dialight  Products

The types of products manufactured by Belling Lee - BLP Components - Dialight include Fuses, Fuse Holders, Filters and Connectors.

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