Horns, Alarms/Emergency Systems (25)
Suppliers of vehicle horns, alarms and other related electrical in-vehicle emergency notification systems.
Ameri-Tek Manufacturing, Inc. in Logansport, Indiana.
A manufacturer of multi-slide and punch press metal stampings using hot and cold rolled steel, stainless steel, annealed spring steel, copper, brass, beryllium copper, phosphorus bronze and aluminum. Automotive applications include electronics, controls, switches, lighting, electric motors, clips, precision washers, sub-assemblies for any application, etc.
Ametek Vehicular Instrumentation Systems in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Designs and manufactures OEM instruments and data collection units for heavy duty, over-the-road trucks and off-road construction, agricultural vehicles, military, buses and coaches, and recreational vehicles.
Continental Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive powertrain, car body, chassis, safety and interior & infotainment systems and components. Areas of expertise include piezo common rail diesel injection systems; air-fuel modules and complete air induction systems; electronic throttle controls (ETCs); mechatronic transmission controls; multipoint, multi-loop airbag controllers; pressure sensor satellite for side airbags; 24 GHz near-field radar sensing; occupant weight and classification sensors for airbags; tire pressure monitoring systems; intelligent switching units; electronic climate-control units; window closure force limitation motors with anti-pinch; passive keyless entry; human factors optimized instrument clusters; commercial vehicle mobile office systems; advanced driver information and navigation systems; re-configurable displays; and vehicle cockpit systems, etc.
Delphi Automotive, LLP in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of mobile electronics and transportation components and systems technology. Product areas include steering, chassis, electrical, energy and engine management, thermal management, interiors, electronic components, in-vehicle entertainment systems.
Deringer-Ney Inc. in Bloomfield, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of alloys, precision metal components, precision insert molded components and part assemblies. Typical products are electrical contacts & rivets, contacts for position sensors, ultra-small metal and plastic components, screw machine parts, custom alloys and fine wire. Capabilities include custom alloy development, product design and development, prototyping, tooling design and build, part PPAP, fully integrated manufacturing and project management. Manufacturing processes include stamping, cold forming, machining, multi-slide forming, brazing, welding and insert molding.
Empire Electronics, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of exterior lighting harnesses and components. Facilities and product capabilities include a A2LA certified testing laboratory, plastic injection molding, potting, design services, tooling/mold design, and electromechanical assemblies.
FIAMM Technologies, LLC in Cadillac, Michigan.
A manufacturer of horns.
FIAMM Technologies, LLC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Products include horns.
Grote Industries, LLC in Madison, Indiana.
A manufacturer of vehicle lighting and safety systems. Products include lamps, emergency lighting, flashers, coil cords, reflectors, back-up alarms, and mirrors.
Grote Industries, LLC in Markham, Ontario.
A manufacturer and marketer of vehicle lighting and safety systems. Products include lamps, emergency lighting, flashers, coil cords, reflectors, back-up alarms, and mirrors.
Kostal of America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of automobile electrical products such as manually operated devices/switches, vehicle electrical system control devices, roof modules, driver assistance components, keyless entry, steering column modules, door modules, etc.
Littelfuse Commercial Vehicle Products in Boston, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of electrical and electronic switches and connectors for heavy-duty trucks and equipment including low voltage disconnect switches, toggles, rockers, push-pulls, rotary switches, solenoids, disconnect switches, and battery isolators.
Magna Mirrors North America, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A supplier of mirror systems, window systems, door handles, and electronics.
Meritor, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of light vehicle systems including sunroofs, doors, access control and seat adjusting systems, electric motors, suspension systems, roof systems, wheels and electronic controls.
Multek Corporation in Northfield, Minnesota.
A high volume, roll-to-roll flexible circuit manufacturer, processing single and double-sided circuits using a wide array of technologies from screen printing and punching to high definition and laser drilling. Products include flexible circuitry, assemblies and materials for a wide variety of automotive interconnect applications. Other products include technical materials and adhesives technology for applications such as flat cable tapes, barrier tapes, etc.
Nartron Corporation in Reed City, Michigan.
An electronic systems integrator. Products include electronic sensors and controls. Applications include smart power systems closure products such as power windows, doors and sunroofs.
SL America Corporation in Clinton, Tennessee.
A supplier of lamp systems including head lamps, rear lamps and fog lamps as well as center high mounted stop lamps (CHMSLs); chassis systems including parking auto shifters, manual shifters, park brake levers, pedals, fuel fillers caps and carrier-spare tires; mirror systems including outside rear view mirrors and inside mirrors, and front end module (FEM) systems including bumper beams, horns, hood-latches and sensors.
Star Micronics America, Inc. in Edison, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of receivers, speakers, microphones and sensors. Applications include body and engine controllers, door chimes, front collision warning indicators, backup alerts, turn signals, instrument clusters, seatbelt reminders, low fuel indicators and telematics.
Stoneridge Electronics North America in El Paso, Texas.
Designs and manufactures electronic instrument clusters, driver message centers, power conversion products, multiplexed modules and electrical systems, and electronic switch modules that collect, store and display vehicle information, such as speed, pressure, maintenance data, trip information, operator performance, temperature, distance traveled, and driver messages related to vehicle performance.
Telamon Industrial Solutions in Dayton, Ohio.
Specializes in electromechanical switches, wire harnesses, contract manufacturing, inspection, sorting with full design and engineering support for prototype, production, and past model service.
TLSI, Inc. in Huntington, New York.
Develops and manufactures products for the automotive and other industries utilizing CMOS, BiCMOS and Bipolar processes. Applications include engine controllers, power window controllers, airbag sensors, fluid (oil and coolant) level sensors, rear-window defoggers, keyless entry systems, ignition controllers, fuel injection controllers, dual battery controllers, microprocessor buffers, electronic horns, diesel engine controllers and windshield wiper controller.
UQM Technologies, Inc. in Longmont, Colorado.
A developer and manufacturer of power dense, high efficiency motors, precision gears and gear assemblies, wire harness assemblies, electronic boxes and circuit boards for the automotive markets including electric power systems for battery electric, hybrid electric and fuel cell electric vehicles, 42-volt under-the-hood power accessories.
Visteon Corporation in Van Buren Township, Michigan.
A supplier of complete automotive systems, modules, and single components in the following areas: chassis, climate control, electronics, exterior/interior systems, glass, fuel systems, engine management and powertrain controls.
VoxxHirschmann in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of remote keyless entry systems, car start systems, and theft protection devices for the automotive industry.
World Class Plastics, Inc. in Russells Point, Ohio.
Services include injection molding, assembly, pad printing, hot stamping, ultrasonic staking, ultrasonic welding, insert molding, and decorating. Automotive product capabilities include seat levers, cup holders, ventilation outlets, side-shield covers, wire harnesses, shift knobs, brackets and horn pads, etc.