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Dah Hsing Electronic - KOA Speer  Profile

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Dah Hsing Electronic - KOA Speer  Company Overview

Dah Hsing Electronic Co Ltd was established in Taiwan in November, 1967 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Japanese passive component manufacturer KOA Corporation. Dah Hsing still operates today as a subsidiary company.

Dah Hsing Electronic - KOA Speer  Products

The types of products manufactured by Dah Hsing Electronic - KOA Speer include SMD Resistors, Leaded Resistors, Resistor Networks, Trimmer Potentiometers, Thermistors, Thermal Sensors, Inductors, Noise Suppression Components, Fuses, Varistors, and Surge Absorbers.

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