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SRC Devices - Nascom  Profile

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SRC Devices - Nascom  Company Overview

SRC Devices is a world leader in the design and manufacture of high quality reed switches, reed relays and gas discharge tubes. SRC Devices was formed by the acquisition of the dry reed switch organization from Clare Inc. in 2001, in combination with the existing reed relay and gas discharge tube surge product lines acquired from Sumida America Corporation.

SRC Devices is now Nascom.

SRC Devices - Nascom  Products

The types of products manufactured by SRC Devices - Nascom include DYAD Reed Switches, Mini DYAD Reed Switches, Ultra Mini DYAD Reed Switches, Molded DYAD, Molded Mini DYAD, Molded Ultra Mini DYAD, and High Performance Reed Switches.

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