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Bishop Electronics  Profile

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Bishop Electronics  Company Overview

Bishop Electronics was founded in 1977 in California, manufacturing film capacitors out of the following dielectrics: Mylar, Polycarbonate, and Polypropylene.

Bishop Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Bishop Electronics include Metalized Polyester Capacitors, Polyester & Foil Capacitors, Metalized Polycarbonate Capacitors, Metalized Polypropylene Capacitors, Polypropylene & Foil Capacitors, and Resistor - Capacitor Networks.

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