Littelfuse, Inc is a multinational electronic manufacturing company based in Chicago, Illinois. The company primarily produces circuit protection products but also manufactures a variety of electronic switches and automotive sensors. Littelfuse is the developer of AutoFuse, the first blade-type automotive fuse. Edward V. Sundt founded Littelfuse in 1927 in Chicago Illinois as Littelfuse Laboratories. Prior to founding Littelfuse, Sundt had worked for General Electric and Stewart-Warner, where he found diagnostic equipment frequently experienced electrical failure. Sundt developed Littelfuse’s first product, a small protective fuse, to regulate current in diagnostic equipment and prevent electrical failure. Littelfuse was incorporated and renamed Littelfuse, Inc. in 1938.
Highest paying job titles at Littelfuse include Power and Performance Engineer, Finance Manager, and Electronics Design Engineer