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Hasco Components  Profile

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Hasco Components  Company Overview

Hasco Components has been in the business of Relays, Reed Switches and Reed Relays since 1976. Hasco has approximately 500 different types of relays and electromechanical relays as well as 24 types of reed relays that range from milliamps to 80 amps. They include both DC and AC coil voltages and can also switch from one pole to 4 pole.

Hasco Components  Products

The types of products manufactured by Hasco Components include Reed Relays, Electromechanical Relays, and Proximity Reed Switches.

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