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Omron  Profile

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Omron  Company Overview

Omron founder Kazuma Tateisi, a brilliant inventor and determined salesman, tried his hand at a knife-grinder and trouser press before launching Tateisi Electric Manufacturing Co. in 1933 based on a need by hospitals for faster X-ray timers. The 3-employee factory grew into Omron Corporation, today a US$5.5 billion plus global leader in sensing and control components with over 25,000 employees spread out across 35 countries.

Omron  Products

The types of products manufactured by Omron include Relays, Connectors, Switches, and Sensors.

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Standard Microcircuit Cross Reference

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