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Cherry Switches  Profile

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Cherry Switches  Company Overview

Founded in 1953, Cherry is a global leader in the design, development and manufacture of computer keyboards, snap-action and rocker switches, magnetic sensors and controls, and automotive modules.

In 2008, Cherry Electrical Products was acquired by the ZF Group and now operates as the Cherry brand under ZF Friedrichshafen AG.

Cherry Switches  Products

The types of products manufactured by Cherry Switches include Keyboards & Input Devices, Sub-Miniature Snap Switches, Miniature Snap-Action Switches, General Purpose Switches, Splash-Proof/Sealed Switches, Interlock/Push Button Switches, Rocker Switches, Pushwheel Switches, Keyswitches, Sensors - Magnetic Proximity, Sensors - Speed & Direction, and Automotive Modules.

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