PYROTRONICS Components Distributor
About Pyrotronics: Pyrotronics was bought by Siemens. Faraday was founded in 1875 in Brooklyn, New York. In the early 1900s, the company was owned by Stanley & Patterson, an electrical supplies conglomerate. Around this time, Faraday began producing notification appliances, such as bells, horns, buzzers, etc. They also rebranded coded fire alarm stations from Holtzer-Cabot. From the 1930s to the 1960s, Faraday was known as "Sperti-Faraday", and the company moved to Adrian, Michigan. From the late 1960s up until present, many companies rebranded Faraday's popular line of notification appliances, including Simplex, Standard Electric Time Company, Pyrotronics, Gamewell, FCI, and more. In 1978, Faraday bought out Standard Electric Time, and around the same time, moved its location to Tecumseh, Michigan. In 1977, Faraday bought out S.H. Couch, and still continues to manufacture the iconic F1G "Chevron" pull station, originally designed by Couch in the 1950s.
Pyrotronics DistributorIBS Electronics is an electronic component distributor of interconnect, power and electromechanical products, capacitors, transistors, resistors, diodes, fuses, integrated circuits ICs, plus a diversity electronic, electrical, and electromechanical components and assemblies.
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IBS Electronics can source Pyrotronics original and alternative parts. Often original parts for outdated products are no longer available or are very expensive due to demand. It is here our expertise can assist you to find the best solution to fulfil your requirements.