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Farnell Relay Products - Multicomp  Profile

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Farnell Relay Products - Multicomp  Company Overview

Farnell Relay Products, a longtime relay supplier, changed its name in October, 1996 to Comptech and added DIP switches, rectifiers and transient voltage suppressors (TVS) to its existing relay product lines, all of which now carry the Multicomp brand name. Comptech serves OEMs in the telecommunications, industrial controls, automotive, computer peripherals and consumer products industries and is a division of Premier Farnell plc. Over time, the Comptech name was dropped, and the product lines are now marketed solely under the Multicomp name.

Farnell Relay Products - Multicomp  Products

The types of products manufactured by Farnell Relay Products - Multicomp include Relays, DIP Switches, Rectifiers and Transient Voltage Suppressors.

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