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EAO Switch  Profile

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EAO Switch  Company Overview

EAO was founded in Olten, Switzerland, in 1947 for the manufacture of transformers. But almost immediately, EAO began specializing in the design, development, and manufacture of quality pushbuttons and indicators. Years of experience and a continuing policy of company-wide innovation have led to worldwide leadership in switching products.

EAO Switch  Products

The types of products manufactured by EAO Switch include Indicators, Illuminated buttons, Pushbuttons, Mushroom-head Pushbuttons, Keylock switches, Buzzers, Emergency-stop switches, Selector switches, Flush-mount switches & indicators, Printed pushbuttons, PCB miniature tact switches, Keypads, and Toggle switches.

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