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Meritek Electronics  Profile

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Meritek Electronics  Company Overview

Meritek Electronics' USA operations opened for business in early 1993. The company's Taiwan-based manufacturing locations had already been operating for some twenty years, and had previously sold into the North American market under private label sales arrangements with various well-known component companies. Since the mid-1990s, Meritek has been offering its Capacitor, Resistor, Varistor, and Fuse products under its own brand name.

Meritek Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Meritek Electronics include Capacitors, Resistors, Inductors / Networks, Varistors (MOV), Fuses, Temperature Sensors/Assemblies, Polymer PTC's (Resettable Fuses), Gas Tube Surge Arrestors, and Discrete Components.

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