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Futaba  Profile

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Futaba  Company Overview

Futaba Denshi was established in 1948 as a manufacturer and seller of receiver vacuum tubes. Utilizing vacuum tube technology, Futaba began manufacturing fluorescent tube displays. In 1962 Futaba began producing radio control equipment as well as press and punching die components, establishing what still remains as two of the company's primary divisions. Today, Futaba Corporation is recognized as a world leader in the manufacturing of flat panel Vacuum Fluorescent Displays (VFD), VFD modules, field emission displays (FED) and industrial and hobby radio control systems.

Futaba  Products

The types of products manufactured by Futaba include Vacuum Fluorescent Display Modules, LCD Emulator Modules, and Custom Designed Modules.

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