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WECO Electrical Connectors  Profile

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WECO Electrical Connectors  Company Overview

Founded in 1921 in Hanau, Germany, WECO Electrical Connectors, Inc. today offers more than 15,000 products to a world wide customer base. Combining revolutionary modern design with trusted European standards of engineering, Weco's manufacturing facilities in Germany, Canada and Tunisia provide internationally approved (UL, CSA, VDE etc.) products for a very large variety of applications in diverse industries. WECO fulfills terminal block requirements from a comprehensive product line and custom products tailored to meet customer specifications.

WECO Electrical Connectors  Products

The types of products manufactured by WECO Electrical Connectors include Terminal Blocks for Printed Circuit Boards, Rail Mounted Electronic Modules, Terminal Strips for Panel/Chassis Mounting, Tab and Solder Connectors for Panel/Chassis Mounting, and Grounding Terminals & Ceramic Terminal Blocks.

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