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Ralec Electronic  Profile

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Ralec Electronic  Company Overview

Ralec's principal activities are manufacturing and selling resistor, electronic parts and equipment and vacuum machinery. It also provides investment services. Products include thick film resistors, thick film low-ohmic chip resistors, thick film array-concvex, thick film chip array-concave, thick film chip resistors network, glossary, recommend land pattern design, packaging method and laboratory kits.

Ralec Electronic  Products

The types of products manufactured by Ralec Electronic include Thick Film Chip Resistors, Thick Film Low-Ohmic Chip Resistors, Thick Film Chip Array-Concvex, Thick Film Chip Array-Concave, and Thick Film Chip Resistors Network.

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