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SMEC Inc  Profile

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SMEC Inc  Company Overview

SMEC was founded in 1987 as a manufacturer of surface-mount passive components.  Major manufacturers in telecommunications, automotive and consumer electronics across the globe trust SMEC for the timely delivery of top quality resistors, capacitors, inductor chips, ferrite beads and related components.

SMEC Inc  Products

The types of products manufactured by SMEC Inc include Thin Film Melf Resistors, Thin Film Chip Resistors, Multilayer Chip Inductors, Wound Inductor Chips, Ferrite Chip Beads, Thick Film Chip Resistors, Multilayer Chip Capacitors, Engineering Prototypes, Tantalum Chip Capacitors, and Chip Resistor Networks.

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