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Joyin Co Ltd  Profile

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Joyin Co Ltd  Company Overview

Joyin Co. Ltd., located in Taiwan, was established in 1984 and is a professional manufacturer of ceramic components: varistors, NTC thermistors, absorbers and resonators. The company was certified to ISO 9002 in 1994, and was approved as an IECQ Manufacturer in 1997. Joyin's entire series of varistor and thermistor products have UL approval and a majority of the products have CSA, VDE and IECQ approval as well.

Joyin Co Ltd  Products

The types of products manufactured by Joyin Co Ltd include Metal Oxide Varistors, NTC Thermisters, CPTC Thermistors, Resonators, Ceramic Multilayer Capacitors.

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