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Wickmann - Littelfuse  Profile

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Wickmann - Littelfuse  Company Overview

The WICKMANN Group was headquartered in Heinrich Industrie, Essen, Germany and consisted of the Wickmann, Efen and Pudenz brands of circuit protection products.

The Wickmann Group was acquired by Littelfuse, Inc. in August, 2005.

Littelfuse develops and manufactures devices that protect electronic circuits and applications from harm caused by overcurrent and overvoltage events. Littelfuse offers the broadest line of circuit protection products in the world for both overcurrent and overvoltage applications, such as computers, wire harnesses, cell phones, telecommunications equipment and central offices, appliances, skyscrapers and satellites. Littelfuse is the leading global provider of circuit protection devices for the automotive industry and the third largest producer of power fuses in North America.

Wickmann - Littelfuse  Products

The types of products manufactured by Wickmann - Littelfuse include innovative Circuit Protection Fuses, Holders & Accessories for the Automotive, Electronic and Power industry.

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