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Hokuriku  Profile

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Hokuriku  Company Overview

Headquartered in Japan, Hokuriku Electric Industry Co., Ltd. has been developing and supplying resistors, electro-mechanical parts, circuit boards, sensors, piezo-electric parts, and module products since its foundation in 1943.

Hokuriku  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hokuriku include Semiconductive Pressure Sensors, Humidity Sensors, Dew Sensors, Force Sensors, DC/DC Converters, Low Power RF Transceiver Modules, TCXOs, Attenuators/IC Substrates for Microwave, Piezoelectric Products, Chip Resistors, Fixed Metal Film Resistors, Fixed Metal Oxide Film Resistors, Fixed Carbon Film Resistors, Trimmer Potentiometers, Variable Resistors, Tactile Switches, Metal Shaft Encoders, Printed Circuit Boards, NTC Thermistors, PTC Thermistors, and Varistors.

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