Richardson RFPD, Tamura Enter Global Distribution Agreement for Hall Effect Current Sensors

Richardson RFPD, a company specializing in RF and wireless communications and renewable energy markets, has signed a global agreement with Tamura, an electronic components manufacturer, to stock and distribute Hall Effect current sensors.

Tamura’s complete range of closed-loop and open-loop Hall Effect current sensors, including drop-in alternatives and current transducer solutions from LEM, is covered under the agreement. The design-in support offered by Richardson RFPD would help improve sales and also increase the global recognition of Tamura’s current transducers.

The addition of Tamura’s current sensors to Richardson’s line card would help customers to reduce their sourcing time for such types of sensors.

Source: www.richardsonrfpd.com

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