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Eaton Commercial Controls  Profile

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Eaton Commercial Controls  Company Overview

Eaton's Vehicle Controls Business Unit (VCBU) manufactures an extensive line of vehicle controls and commercial switch products. Products range from standard electromechanical switches to custom electronic human interface solutions.

Eaton Commercial Controls  Products

The types of products manufactured by Eaton Commercial Controls include Miniature Rocker Switches, Toggle Switches, and Pushbutton Switches.

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