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Alcoswitch - TE Connectivity  Profile

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Alcoswitch - TE Connectivity  Company Overview

Alcoswitch can provide virtually any type of switch you need. From miniature printed circuit board mounted DIP switches to rugged oil-tight switches for industrial controls, we provide reliable, cost-effective performance. ALCOSWITCH products also include knobs, boot, caps and other accessories.

AlcoswitchTM products are now part of the Tyco Electronics family of interconnection products.

In March, 2011, Tyco Electronics Ltd. changed its name to TE Connectivity Ltd.

Alcoswitch - TE Connectivity  Products

The types of products manufactured by Alcoswitch - TE Connectivity include DIP switches, Industrial Control switches, Knobs and other accessories, Microswitches, Power Tool switches, Pushbutton switches, Pushwheel switches, Rocker and Paddle switches, Rotary switches, Slide switches, Tact switches, and Toggle switches.

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