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Tocos Electronics  Profile

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Tocos Electronics  Company Overview

Tocos was established in 1957 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tokyo Cosmos Electric Co., Ltd. (TOCOS), a worldwide supplier of electronic components specializing in quality potentiometer products.

They offer a wide range of products in areas such as telecommunications, instrumentation, automotive technology, computer peripherals, consumer products, and the military.

Tocos Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Tocos Electronics include RSC24 Series, G32 Series, G43 Series, GV4 Series, VG025CHXT, VG035CHXT, Thru-Hole Trimmers, Standard Panel Control Models, Long-Life Panel Control Models, Encoder Models, Attenuators, Slide Potentiometers, and Custom Panel Control Models.

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