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American Research and Engineering - Capsonic  Profile

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American Research and Engineering - Capsonic  Company Overview

American Research and Engineering has been manufacturing K40 Dip Switches since 1979. American Research and Engineering is a division of Capsonic Group LLC. with over 35 years of World Class manufacturing experience serving the electrical, computer, appliance and automotive markets.

American Research and Engineering - Capsonic  Products

The types of products manufactured by American Research and Engineering - Capsonic include Surface Mount DIP Switches and Through Board DIP Switches.

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