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RadiOhm  Profile

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RadiOhm  Company Overview

Radiohm was founded in 1933 in Montreuil, Paris, to manufacture and sell potentiometers for the radio industry. The originality and quality of our products soon made Radiohm the market leader in France. Soon after the Second World War, Radiohm emerged as one of the leading European brands in the electronics industry.

RadiOhm no longer maintains an active website.

German company, Weltron Elektronik, currently manufactures replacement parts for RadiOhm potentiometers.

RadiOhm  Products

The types of products manufactured by RadiOhm include carbon-film & wirewound potentiometers, rotary/slider/trimmer potentiometers, keyswitches, and keyboard switches.

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