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Potter and Brumfield - TE Connectivity  Profile

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Potter and Brumfield - TE Connectivity  Company Overview

Tyco acquired Siemens Electromechanical Components (EC) from Siemens A.G. of Germany. in September 1999. That acquisition gave Tyco four relay brands, including the well-known Potter & Brumfield product line.

Potter and Brumfield - TE Connectivity  Products

The types of products manufactured by Potter and Brumfield - TE Connectivity include Electromechanical, solid state and time delay relays.

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