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Tepro-Vamistor  Profile

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Tepro-Vamistor  Company Overview

Tepro was originally incorporated in 1968. It was an acronym for Thom Electronic Products. In 1980, Tepro was acquired by Electro Technik Industries, Inc (ETI). Under ETI management, Tepro expanded from almost exclusively wirewound products into metal film and networks as well.

In 1992 ETI purchased Vamistor Inc. a resistor manufacturer located in Severville, Tennessee. This increased the amount of resistive capabilities available to ETI including carbon film resistors. In the years that followed, the resistor group of ETI has evolved into Tepro-Vamistor.

Tepro-Vamistor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Tepro-Vamistor include Power resistors, Precision resistors, Metal film resistors, Carbon film resistors, Chassis mount resistors, Zero ohm jumpers, Surface mount resistors, Wirewound resistors, Line feed protectors, Current shunt resistors, Chip resistors, Resistor networks, High voltage resistors, and Thick film resistors.

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