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Allied Controls  Profile

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Allied Controls  Company Overview

For over 50 years, Allied Controls, Inc. has focused its attention exclusively on engineering and manufacturing the finest, most reliable and most cost-competitive relays, timers, switches and related equipment. Today, Allied Controls manufactures a full complement of relays and sockets for use in consumer electronics, rugged industrial equipment and MIL-Spec applications.

Allied Controls  Products

The types of products manufactured by Allied Controls include Clapper Relays, Coaxial Relays, Crystal Can Relays, General Purpose Relays, Cradle Relays, Hermetically Sealed Relays, Latching Magnetic Relays, Mil-Spec Relays, Power Relays, Low Level Relays, Sensitive Relays, Telephone Relays, Time Delay Electronics Relays, Industrial Sockets, Pushbuttons, Pilot Lights, and Selector Switches.

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