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Wearnes Cambion  Profile

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Wearnes Cambion  Company Overview

Wearnes Hollingsworth Ltd arose from the combination of several companies during the 1980s, including Cambion, SAE and Hollingsworth, and the company's name was subsequently changed to Wearnes Cambion, as they are known today, in 2001.

Wearnes Cambion is a UK-based manufacturer of high performance inductors and electromechanical components for the industrial, automotive, aerospace and military markets.


Wearnes Cambion  Products

The types of products manufactured by Wearnes Cambion include Solder terminals, Single pole sockets, Variable coils, Connector pins, Insulated terminals, Connector plugs, Insulated terminals, Insulators, Plug components,  Chokes, Battery holders, Component clips, Inductors, and Patch cords.

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