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Ty-Ohm Electronic Works  Profile

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Ty-Ohm Electronic Works  Company Overview

TY-OHM was established in 1958, the pioneer of resistors manufacturer. The company produced Carbon Film and some Wire Wound resistors in the beginning. In 1970 they cooperated with a Japanese company, Japan Resistor Mfg.Co.,Ltd. (JRM), to produce metal oxide film resistors and wire wound resistors type SQ & QH. In 1975 the company took further technical cooperation with an American company named Kidco Inc. to manufacture precision metal film resistors. In 1985 they marketed resistor networks & fusible resistors. High-tech SMD components of chip resistors and chip resistor networks were developed in the 1990s. From year 2001 the company developed power SMD resistors.

Ty-Ohm Electronic Works  Products

The types of products manufactured by Ty-Ohm Electronic Works include SMD Resistors, Wire Wound Resistors, Fusible Resistors, Film Resistors, Shunt Resistors, Non-Inductive Resistors, Metal Glaze High Voltage Resistors, and VR Rheostats.

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