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Semitec  Profile

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Semitec  Company Overview

Semitec USA Corp is a subsidiary of Ishizuka Electronics Corporation (Semitec Japan). Semitec was founded in Tokyo in 1958 and is one of the world's leading manufacturers of NTC thermistors temperature sensors.

Semitec  Products

The types of products manufactured by Semitec include Thermistor, Temperature sensor, Non Contact Sensor, Power Thermistor, transient voltage suppressor, Gas tube arrester, metal oxide varistor, Thermopile, and CRD diode.

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