Established in 1958, Tateyama Kagaku Group is a developer, maker, and vendor of electronic components. The conglomerate is based in Toyama, Japan, and employs over 1,300 staffers to maintain its global operations.
The firm has four facilities in its home country, and other sites in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, and Hungary.
The corporation manufactures components for companies in the medical, security, utility, industrial robotics, office appliance, public utility, and smart home sectors. Its product portfolio includes resistors, electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection components, thermistors, temperature sensors, measuring products, circuit board assemblies, and wireless devices.
Over 60 years ago, Tateyama Kagaku Group commenced operations as a manufacturer of carbon film resistors. However, even then, its founders believed the company had the potential to become a multinational provider. To realize their ambitions, its leaders carefully expanded its portfolio while also building new manufacturing sites. All the while, the firm never deviated from its commitment to prioritizing quality to win the trust of its clients.
At present, the conglomerate has a global footprint and is comprised of 14 domestic and international companies. In addition, its robust knowledgebase and technological resources enable it to regularly blaze new trails in connected facility systems integration and artificial intelligence development.
The firm’s passion for qualitative excellence is evident in its TSR A Series of Anti-Sulfurated Thick Film Chip Resistors. The corporation made the product family’s inner electrodes out of gold to protect them from sulfuration. The components can continue functioning at temperatures from -55°C to 155°C, and AEC-Q200 variants are available.
The TSR A series comes in a host of voltage tolerances, package sizes, power ratings, and resistance ranges to give customers a host of design options.
Tateyama Kagaku Group’s worldwide expansion will continue because it holds innovation and top-flight manufacturing as its defining values.