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Ruf Electronics - Bourns Sensors - Bourns Automoti  Profile

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Ruf Electronics - Bourns Sensors - Bourns Automoti  Company Overview

Ruf Electronics has been playing a leading role in the design, development and manufacture of potentiometric sensors since 1949. Through those years of experience Ruf has built its reputation as an expert for selecting the optimum combination of components to ensure maximum reliability and durability throughout the life of the sensor. Ruf Electronics was acquired by Bourns, Inc. in 2004 and became a part of the Bourns Automotive Division formed in 2005.

Ruf Electronics - Bourns Sensors - Bourns Automoti  Products

The types of products manufactured by Ruf Electronics - Bourns Sensors - Bourns Automoti include Automotive Sensors and Components for the Electronic Industry.

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