A Small Electrical Component (SEC) is defined as any discrete, assembled component with any number of terminals, leads, or electromechanical components that is shipped as a unit from a supplier to the final product manufacturer. These terminals, leads and electromechanical components can connect to create an electronic circuit to perform a particular function, or be integrated within a package, and may be considered part of the main SEC. To be considered an SEC, a component must be fully sealed and enclosed within the final product. SECs may be active, passive or electromechanical.

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