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Carling Technologies  Profile

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Carling Technologies  Company Overview

Carling Technologies is one of the world's largest manufacturers of Hydraulic Magnetic and Thermal Circuit Breakers, Electrical Switches and Assemblies, and Advanced Systems including Power Distribution Centers, Digital Switching Systems, and Electronic Controls.

Carling products are used worldwide in diverse industries including Appliance, Electronics/Telecom, Medical, Transportation, Industrial Controls & Factory Automation, and Commercial Facilities Control.

Carling Technologies  Products

The types of products manufactured by Carling Technologies include Rocker Switches, Toggle Switches, Push Button Switches, Rotary Switches, Miniature & Sub-miniature Switches, Hydraulic/Magnetic Circuit Breakers, Thermal Circuit Breakers, Equipment Leakage Circuit Breakers, Power Distribution Systems, and Custom products.

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