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Yamaichi Electronics  Profile

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Yamaichi Electronics  Company Overview

Yamaichi Electronics was founded in Japan in 1956 and initially manufactured vacuum tube sockets. Today, Yamaichi Electronics is a global manufacturer of connectors, flexible printed circuit boards, IC sockets and optical components.

Yamaichi Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Yamaichi Electronics include Memory Card Connectors, Mobile Application Connectors, Industrial & Communication System Connectors, High-Speed/High-Frequency Transmission Connectors, High-Speed Transmission Cables, Flexible Multi-Layer Wiring Boards, YFLEXTM Data Boards, Test & Burn-in Sockets, Production IC Sockets, and the Koshin Kogaku product line of Optical Components.

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