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Grayhill  Profile

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Grayhill  Company Overview

Grayhill, Inc. is a leading designer and manufacturer of DIP, tact, pushbutton, toggle, rocker, slide, rotary and encoder switches, keypads and front panels, I/O modules, control systems, wireless products, ruggedized mobile computers, panel computers and computer based devices. The privately held firm was started in 1943 to manufacture miniature precision components for the electronics industry. From its beginning, the company has been committed to producing both standard and custom high quality components for commercial, industrial and military markets.

Grayhill  Products

The types of products manufactured by Grayhill include Rotary Switches, Optical Encoders - Human Interface, Optical Encoders - Machine Interface, Mechanical Encoders, Keypads, DIP Switches, Tactile Switches, Toggle Switches, Rocker Switches, Slide Switches, Joysticks, Control and I/O Systems, I/O Modules, Keylock Switches, Pushbutton Switches, Limit Switches, Knobs, Sockets, Binding Posts, Push Posts, and Test Clips.

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