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ITW Licon - ITW Switches  Profile

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ITW Licon - ITW Switches  Company Overview

Licon was founded as a division of Illinois Tool Works (ITW) in 1954. With the addition of Chicago Switch, UID and RCL Switches, Licon is now known as ITW Switches. ITW Switches is a global manufacturer of electronic and electromechanical switches, sensors and assemblies.

ITW Licon - ITW Switches  Products

The types of products manufactured by ITW Licon - ITW Switches include Snap Action Switches, Rocker Switches, Push Button Switches, Slide Switches, Sealed Switches, and Vandal Resistant Switches.

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