Since 1997, Velleman, Inc. has been a thriving electronics supplier and wholesaler servicing North, Central, and South America. As the U.S. headquarters for Velleman, Velleman, Inc. works with industry-leading retailers to provide electronics enthusiasts with the means to bring their digital creations to life.
Our wide selection of products ranges from hard to find electronic components, connectors, and adapters to the latest tools and equipment from brands like Peak, Toolland, and Perel. Our most popular products are our line of Kits and Minikits which challenges makers to assemble, solder, and build projects. These DIY kits along with our extensive line of tools and components spark the inventor in everyone and help inspire the engineers of tomorrow.
Based in Fort Worth, Texas, Velleman, Inc. boasts a 20,000ft² warehouse and in-house tech support team to provide one of the best logistical and technical service experiences in the industry. Our sales team includes both on-site sales members as well as sales representatives located throughout the United States. Our goal is to provide an easily-accessible, trustworthy team to assist distributors and retailers in the expanding consumer electronics industry.
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