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Conflict Minerals

In 2010, Congress passed the U.S. Dodd-Frank Act, which directs the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to issue rules requiring certain companies to disclose their use of conflict minerals if those minerals are "necessary to the functionality or production of a product" manufactured by those companies. Under the Act, those minerals include tantalum, tin, gold, or tungsten.

Congress enacted Section 1502 of the Act because of concerns that the exploitation and trade of conflict minerals by armed groups is helping to finance conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) region in Africa and is contributing to an emergency humanitarian crisis.

HBControls recognizes our responsibility to not support or contribute to the violence and human rights violations associated with the mining in central Africa of those minerals listed above. However, as we are not a manufacturer of electronics parts, we rely solely on the accuracy of the information provided by our suppliers relating to the use of conflict minerals in their products.

HBControls is committed to working with our suppliers to ensure that the products we purchase from them do not contain conflict minerals that directly or indirectly finance, or benefit armed groups in the DRC or neighboring countries. The CMRTs provided below are the most recent versions provided to HBControls. While we cannot guarantee that these are the most current versions available, we do make efforts to periodically update our records. The links below will be updated accordingly as more recent files become available.

Please contact us at if you cannot find the Conflict Mineral information required from the list below. Please include the specific HBControls part number in your request.

Heat Sink Assemblies & Solid-State Relays

Carlo Gavazzi

Celduc (pending)
Crydom / Sensata

Heat Sinks


SSRMAN Proportional Control Modules:

All Favor Circuits
Alpha Solder
Diodes Inc
Micro Commercial

Microchip Technology
ON Semiconductor
Penn Engineering
Rohm Semiconductor

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