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HVR Advanced Power Components  Profile

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HVR Advanced Power Components  Company Overview

HVR Advanced Power Components, Inc. is an affiliate of HVR International Ltd., the major world-wide supplier of ceramic-carbon resistors. Based in Jarrow, England since 1963, HVR International began as Morganite Resistors, and later became Allen-Bradley Electronics. The HVR identity began in 1991, aiming to expand the range and variety of ceramic composite resistor applications. HVR Advanced Power Components, Inc. was established in the U.S. in 1993 to provide expanded services and broader product range to U.S. customers.

HVR Advanced Power Components  Products

The types of products manufactured by HVR Advanced Power Components include Non-Inductive Ceramic Resistors.

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