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Americor Electronics  Profile

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Americor Electronics  Company Overview

Based in Elk Grove Village, IL, Americor Electronics was founded in 1988 and specializes in Power Cords, Cable Assemblies and and electrical and electronic products for the Appliance market.

Americor Electronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by Americor Electronics include Power Cords, Cable Assemblies, Power Supplies, Solenoids, Relays, Fans, Terminal Blocks and Strips, Piezo Electric Components, EMI and RFI Line Filters, Transformers, Plug Adapters, and Shielded Flexible Conduit.

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