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Maida Development Co  Profile

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Maida Development Co  Company Overview

Founded in 1947 by Francis X. Maida, the Maida Development Company is a leading manufacturer and supplier of high quality components for the electronic industry. Maida's zinc-oxide varistors are used in many applications that require protection against transients induced by lightning struck power lines. Maida also manufactures a complete line of high voltage ceramic disc capacitors, safety capacitors, NTC ceramic thermistors used for in-rush current limiting and temperature sensing applications, and PTC thermistors for over-current protection applications.

Maida Development Co  Products

The types of products manufactured by Maida Development Co include Zinc-oxide varistors, ceramic disk capacitors, and PTC and NTC thermistors.

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