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C-K Components  Profile

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C-K Components  Company Overview

In 1957, C&K Components was formed by the combination of US-based C&K Components, France-based Jeanrenaud and Germany-based Rudolf Schadow Company.  Since that time, C&K Components has grown to be a well-known supplier of all types of switch products along with a focused line of connector products.

C&K Components was acquired by ITT Industries in 2000, and in 2007 ITT divested the business unit to  recreate C&K Components as an independent company.

C-K Components  Products

The types of products manufactured by C-K Components include Analog Switches, Detect Switches, DIP Switches, Interlock Switches, Key Switches, Pushbutton Switches, Rocker Switches, Rotary Switches, Slide Switches, Snap-Acting Switches, Tactile Switches, Toggle Switches, Smart Card Connectors, D-Sub Connectors and Micro D Connectors.

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