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Hamlin Electronics  Profile

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Hamlin Electronics  Company Overview

Hamlin Electronics was formed in 1949, producing position and movement sensor solutions for its many automotive, industrial and consumer product applications. For many years Hamlin has been acknowledged as a world leading reed switch manufacturer. In 2003, Hamlin signed an agreement with industry leading Swiss, programmable Hall sensing element manufacturer, Micronas. The agreement gives Hamlin unique level of access to Micronas products, engineering and support to aid the implementation of Hall effect technology in many of its automotive and industrial sensor products.

Hamlin Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hamlin Electronics include Reed Sensors, Hall Sensors, Optical Sensors, Reed Switches, Reed Relays, and Solid State Relays.

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