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Amperite - Olympic Controls Corp  Profile

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Amperite - Olympic Controls Corp  Company Overview

Amperite Co. manufactures time delay relays, flashers and controlling devices. New products include general purpose, pcb, automotive and signal relays.

Amperite - Olympic Controls Corp  Products

The types of products manufactured by Amperite - Olympic Controls Corp include Time Delay Relays, Flashers, DIN Rails, PCB Relays, Automotive Relays, Quick Connects, Brackets, Miniature Solid State Relays, Voltage Protection Relays, Thermal Switches, and Sockets.

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