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Fecom - Fema Electronics  Profile

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Fecom - Fema Electronics  Company Overview

Fecom Corporation, an extended arm of Fema Electronics Corporation (the oldest original LCD company in the U.S.), was established in 1985 to provide customers with a wide range of front panel components - silicon keypads, membrane switches, and metal front panels and chassis. Later, Fecom expanded its product line to include thermal management products, such as heat sinks and CPU coolers. Fecom has also developed unique battery testers for household and hearing aid batteries.

Fecom - Fema Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Fecom - Fema Electronics include Heat Sinks & Cooling Solutions, Silicone Rubber Keypads & Connectors, Plastic Injection Molds & Parts, Flexible Printed Circuits, Membrane Switches, Printed Circuit Boards, Metal Front Panels & Enclosures, and Hearing Aid & Household Battery Testers.

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