Switches/Fuses/Circuit Breakers (87)
Suppliers of vehicle switches, fuses, circuit breakers and related components.
AGM Automotive, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
Products include dome lamps, reading lamps, ambient lighting systems, task lighting systems, courtesy lighting systems, PRNDM modules, control switches, jumper harnesses, interior assist handles, coat hooks, overhead consoles, plastic interior components as well as floor mats, cargo mats and foot rests, etc. Capabilities include mold manufacturing, injection molding, plastic decoration, textile processing, etc. Site activities include design, engineering, development, validation, manufacturing and assembly.
AISIN U.S.A. Manufacturing, Inc. in Seymour, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures automotive components and systems such as door frames, roofs, latching systems, brakes, engines, seating, trim molding, etc.
Aleph America Corporation in Reno, Nevada.
A supplier of sensors with applications for antilock braking systems, temperature detection, fluid level detection, power seat positioning, open/closed door detection, seat belt tensioning, suspension leveling control, and trunk lid open/closed detection, and damaged lamp detection.
American Electronic Components, Inc. in Elkhart, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures and markets electronic and electrical components including custom sensors, G-Force switches, industrial relays and switches, as well as other electromechanical products.
American Furukawa Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Designs, manufactures and markets electrical devices such as steering roll connectors (which support signal transfer of column switches and aid in the activation of the drivers air bag) as well as fuse and relay boxes (which support electrical, environments and safety functions). Other manufactured products include connectors, terminals and automotive wire harness systems.
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.
Ark-Les Connectors in East Taunton, Massachusetts.
Specializes in the design and manufacture of switches for safety critical applications including interlock switches, brake fluid level switches, proportioning valve switches, clutch and brake switches. Also manufactures non-contact sensors. Technologies include inductive, capacitive, magnetic, and hall effect.
Automated Assembly Corporation in Lakeville, Minnesota.
A supplier of SMT flexible circuit assemblies. Automotive applications include LED's, ABS brakes, cables, RFID, interior lighting, brake lights, harnesses, electronic window circuitry, etc.
Borg Indak, Inc. in Delavan, Wisconsin.
Manufactures electronic switches, mechatronic and mechanical, resistors, potentiometers, control modules, displays, and clocks & timers.
BorgWarner Beru Systems in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of complete ignition systems such as ignition coils, ignition modules, condensers, ignition cables and connectors as well as sensor glow plugs for diesel engine applications.
Bourns, Inc. in Riverside, California.
A manufacturer of electronic components for automotive applications include steering, fuel level, audio controls, circuit protection devices, board level components, non-contacting and pressure sensors.
ByTec, Inc. in Clinton Township, Michigan.
A manufacturer of passive restraint products, coil windings, custom switch assemblies (convertible top switches, trunk ajar switches, illuminated entry lamp switches), electro-magnetic clutches, wire assemblies, lamp assemblies, driveline components/NVH components, etc. Engineered solutions include high deformation isolator assemblies, custom shifter switches, solenoids, lock actuators, dual output actuators, etc. Capabilities include laser welding, machining, ultrasonic welding, coil winding and assembly, wire processing and harness assembly; electronic assembly and potting as well as sorting, gauging, inspection and packaging.
CalsonicKansei North America, Inc. in Lewisburg, Tennessee.
Manufacturer of automotive interior and electronic systems. Products include meters, plastic components, and instrument panels.
Capsonic Automotive, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive end item assemblies such as electromechanical assemblies, switches, solenoids, sensors, motor assemblies, wiring, and lighting.
Carling Technologies, Inc. in Plainville, Connecticut.
A global manufacturer of hydraulic/magnetic circuit breakers, electrical switches and assemblies, power distribution centers, and electronic control systems (multiplexing).
Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc. in New Albany, Ohio.
Services include the design and manufacture of suspension seats systems, interior trim systems (including instrument and door panels, headliners, cabinetry, molded products and floor systems), cab structures and components, mirrors, wiper systems, electronic wiring harness assemblies and controls and switches for heavy-duty trucks and commercial vehicles.
Continental Automotive Systems U.S., Inc. in Deer Park, Illinois.
A provider of automotive communications solutions.
Davco Technology LLC in Saline, Michigan.
A supplier of heavy duty diesel powered truck fuel-heater/water separators and filter systems. Diesel fuel management products include fuel filtration, filters, fuel/water separators and fuel warmers. Fluid level control product applications include engine, transmission, fluid level maintenance, switches and gauges.
DENSO International America, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of powertrain control systems including diesel injection products, engine control components, and system control components. Electric systems including engine electrical products, safety and chassis systems products. Electronic systems including body electronics and electronic devices. Thermal systems including air conditioning, cooling systems, and environmental systems such as radiators etc.
Diamond Electric Manufacturing Corporation in Dundee, Michigan.
A manufacturer for OEM automotive ignition coils, transmission switches, transmission sensors, etc. Other products include distributorless ignition system componets such as side and top terminals as well as distributor-based single coils, heating & cooling controls, etc.
DLH Industries, Inc. in Canton, Ohio.
A manufacturer of under-the-hood automotive plastic parts via extrusion, bend forming, injection molding, molding design and mold manufacture plus thermoplastic assemblies.
Eaton Corporation in Ellisville, Missouri.
A supplier of automotive circuit protection and power distribution products including automatic, manual and switchable reset circuit breakers, blade fuses, rear terminal fuse blocks, blade-type fuse panels, and power distribution modules including Multiplex capable.
EDS Manufacturing, Inc. in Nogales, Arizona.
A supplier of electrical wire harnesses, battery cables, and electro-mechanical assemblies. Products include switches and automotive mirror wire harnesses.
Engineered Plastic Components, Inc. in Osceola, Wisconsin.
A provider of product engineering services, injection molding and insert molding of precision tight tolerance automotive components using CAD/CAE/CAM technology and concurrent engineering. Capabilities include instrument panel (IP) assemblies; door panel assemblies; heating, ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC) assemblies; as well as interior and exterior parts.
Engineered Products Company in Waterloo, Iowa.
A supplier of mechanical and electrical indicators, gages, and switches for monitoring air, fuel and HVAC filters.
E-Switch, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A switch manufacturer. Products include snap-action switches, slide switches, sealed, illuminated pushbutton switches, SMT pushbutton switches and illuminated rocker switches.
ETO MAGNETIC in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Products include solenoid and motorized actuators, electromechanical clutches, switch assemblies and precision injection molded components. Automotive applications include BTSI solenoids, motorized deck lid releases, canister vent solenoid, lift gate clutch, various hydraulic solenoids, various pneumatic solenoids, and overmolded coils.
Federal-Mogul Corporation in Avilla, Indiana.
Manufactures sockets, connectors, and backplates. Operations also include research and development activities.
Hamlin, Inc. in Lake Mills, Wisconsin.
A supplier of electronic components such as switches, position sensors and reed relays used in automotive and other applications.
Hasco Components International Corporation in New Hyde Park, New York.
A supplier of reed switches and electromechanical relays, reed relays, and reed switch devices.
Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions, Inc. in Waterbury, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of steppler motor based linear actuators, lead screw assemblies, linear guides, rails, splines and sealed switches.
Index Sensors and Controls, Inc. in Bellingham, Washington.
A manufacturer and designer of switches, sensors, and controls for the industrial vehicle, engine, and equipment markets. Specializing in temperature, pressure, and air conditioning applications.
INFAC Corporation in Campbellsville, Kentucky.
A manufacturer of automotive transmission control cables, ingnition cables, injection moldings, switches, solenoid valves and antennas.
Infineon Technologies Corporation in Milpitas, California.
A supplier of 32-bit microcontrollers designed for automotive embedded control systems. Automotive integrated circuits (ICs) include MOSFETs; DC/DC converters; system basic chips (SBCs); embedded power integrated circuits (ICs); auto LEDs; linear voltage regulators; motor drivers (integrated high current motor drivers, integrated smart power motor drivers, gate driver integrated circuits (ICs) for external MOSFETs); powertrain integrated circuits (ICs) (powertrain electronic throttle control H-bridges, powertrain & safety multi-channel low-side switches); restraint system integrated circuits (ICs); smart high- & low-side switches (body relay control multi-channel SPI drivers, advanced light control power controllers, etc.); industrial transceivers, CAN transceivers, LIN transceivers; ABS/ESP braking vehicle stability integrated circuits (ICs); etc.
Interplex Daystar, Inc. in Franklin Park, Illinois.
A custom metal stamping and insert molding company, specialing in precision metal stamping, as well as rotary insert molding. Specializes in light guage, tight tolerance parts made from strip material of all types, i.e. stainless, cold rolled steel and non-ferrous metals and a variety of plastics for insert molding applications. Designs, builds and maintains stamping dies and plastic molds in-house.
Jabil Circuit, Inc. in St. Petersburg, Florida.
A global provider of electronic technology applications, circuit board assemblies and electronic modules for interior and underhood applications.
Jarden Zinc Products, Inc. in Greenville, Tennessee.
Products include roll-formed solid zinc strip trim. Automotive application areas include leaf spring liners, electrical fuses, decorative trim, etc.
JMS Plastics, Inc. in South Bend, Indiana.
A supplier of automotive products including run assembly inserts, air conditioning clutch sleeves, fuse modules, air ride pistons, levers/latches, lock components, push pins, vacuum manifolds, underhood air ventilation and air conditioning components, window regulator components and automatic shifter components. Capabilities include custom injection molding, epoxy paint fill, sonic welding, automated assemblies and mold building (JMS mold).
Judco Manufacturing, Inc. in Walled Lake, Michigan.
Products and services include electric switches, wiring harnesses, custom injection molding, assembly, & design. Processes include injection molding, pad printing, hot stamping, insert molding, complete machine shop, automated wire processing, precision assembly, printed circuit board assembly, keypads, and metal stampings/terminals.
Kendrion FAS Controls, Inc. in Shelby, North Carolina.
A supplier of switches, actuating devices, sensors and control components to the automotive, heavy truck, recreational vehicle, off-road, engine, and other markets. Products include custom flow control valves (diesel fuel pressure, A/C compressor control, transmission control); diesel fuel pressure custom coils; engine oil and heavy truck air brake pressure switches; 12 volt direct current circuit protection breakers; as well as neutral start, reverse lamp and clutch control mechanical switches, etc.
Keystone Electronics Corporation in Astoria, New York.
A manufacturer of precision electronic interconnect components and hardware in metallic or non-metallic materials. Products include battery hardware; fuse clips and holders; terminals & terminal boards; spacers & standoffs; panel hardware; computer brackets; plugs & sockets; pins; eyelets; rivets; grommets; bumpers & bushings; LED lens caps & holders. Facilities include a fully integrated tool & die shop with engineering/production capability for precision stampings and assembly.
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.
Lewis Spring & Manufacturing Company in Niles, Illinois.
Designs and manufactures precision springs (compression, extension, torsion, & constant force/power springs), wire forms, rings and stampings.
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.
Littelfuse, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois.
Supplies products to protect electrical circuits and wiring harnesses that provide power to a vehicle's accessories, systems and controls.
Materion Technical Materials, Inc. in Lincoln, Rhode Island.
A supplier of engineered, specialty strip metal solutions with applications including high-temperature connectors, wire bondable material systems for hybrid moduels, high-performance battery pack connection materials, and thermal products.
Methode Electronics, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois.
Designs, manufactures and markets devices employing electrical, electronic, wireless, sensing and optical technologies to control and convey signals through sensors, interconnections and controls. Products include switches, sensors, electric modules, air bag clock spring assemblies, and wire harnesses.
Methode Electronics, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of switches, sensors, electric modules, and wire harnesses.
Michigan Steel Spring Company in Detroit, Michigan.
A supplier of springs, wire forms, electrical terminals and metal stampings to the automotive and other industries.
MICRO in Somerset, New Jersey.
A supplier of custom, small, light gauge, metal stampings, insert molded products, and custom assemblies. Automotive applications include air-bag sensors, lamp and lamp housings, oxygen sensors, electrical system parts (switches, contacts, terminals, connectors, blades, and plugs), brackets, inserts and springs.
Microplastics Inc. in St. Charles, Illinois.
Services include insert molding (prototype and production) and associated assembly, including potting application, welding and soldering. Automotive applications include filters, ECU housings, sensor housings and connectors for safety electronics, braking, ignition, door electronics and all other vehicle electronics systems.
Micro Pneumatic Logic, Inc. in Pompano Beach, Florida.
A supplier of switches for emission control, air and fluid pressure, filter monitoring, position sensing, seating adjustment, and door closure safety applications.
MicroTechnologies in Pompano Beach, Florida.
A supplier of precision sensors and switches, stampings and molded parts. Products include airbag firing sensors; electro-mechanical position and pressure sensors; differential switches; push-button switches; vacuum switches; base metal stampings; injection, insert, and reel-to-reel moldings; wire brush contacts; etc.
Mitsumi Electronics Corporation in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of vehicle electronics. Applications include coils, filters, connectors and switches, etc.
Molex Incorporated in Lisle, Illinois.
A manufacturer of electronic, electrical and fiber optic interconnection products and systems as well as a variety of switches and application tooling. Applications include global positioning systems, safety devices such as ABS brakes and airbags, and specialized connectors for power control modules, comfort controls and entertainment systems.
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.
Omron Automotive Electronics, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Product application areas include RF Technologies (remote keyless entry, passive entry, tire pressure monitoring, vehicle immobilizers); closure controls & switches (power window switches, power seat switches, accessory switches, hidden switches, antipinch controllers, and other closure controllers); electric power steering controls; electronic control units (DC/AC inverters, body control ECUs, daytime running light controllers, rear wiper controllers, rear defogger timer controllers, etc.).
Paneltronics, Inc. in Hialeah Gardens, Florida.
A manufacturer of custom instrument panels, instrument clusters and power distribution panels for the automotive, commercial vehicle, specialty vehicle and other industries.
Piedmont Automotive Products, Inc. in Clarkesville, Georgia.
A supplier of electro-mechanical automotive products such as switches, resistors, etc. Site activities include riveting, metal stamping, spring coiling, soldering as well as surface mount printed circuit board assembly. Application areas include electronic controls for heating and air conditioning and LED cargo lights.
Piher North America in Chicago, Illinois.
A manufacturer of automotive position controls, sensors, encoders, potentiometers and trimmers.
Preh, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of modules and complete systems for automobile electronics in the areas of driver control systems (infotainment, climate control, controls and displays) and sensor systems.
Quick Cable Canada Limited in Mississauga, Ontario.
A manufacturer of heavy-duty battery accessories, connectors lugs, pre-made battery cables, heat shrink tubing, wire/cable and related wiring products for heavy-duty trucks, bus, automotive and other applications.
Snap Action, Inc. in Mountainside, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of thermal resetable automotive circuit breakers.
Solid State Stamping, Inc. in Temecula, California.
A manufacturer of connector pins and terminals, switch and relay contacts, lead frames, sensors, and other stamped parts for electronic applications.
Stoneridge, Inc. in Warren, Ohio.
A designer and manufacturer of electrical and electronic components, modules and systems principally for the automotive, medium and heavy-duty truck markets.
Sumitomo Bakelite North America, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Manufactures and markets phenolic molding compounds and resins for the automotive industry such as phenolic brake piston materials, friction materials, material for use in: thrust washers, gear facings, connectors, solenoids, housings, switches, circuit breakers, ignition systems, starters, etc.
The Bergquist Company in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
A manufacturer of thermally conductive insulation materials and substrates used in cooling power electronics, membrane switches for horn switch applications, and touch-screens for telematic applications
Therm-O-Disc Incorporated in Mansfield, Ohio.
Designs and manufactures temperature sensors and controls for the automotive and other industries. Products include bimetal disc temperature controls, thermal cutoffs, and special purpose electronic and electromechanical sensors and controls.
Thermotech in Hopkins, Minnesota.
A contract manufacturing company specializing in precision injection molding and assembly. Automotive applications include electronics (sensors, brush holders, motor gear boxes, connectors, bobbins/coil forms), fuel systems (canisters, throttle bodies, vapor management components, pump components, injector bobbins) and braking (anti-lock brake modules, speed sensors, and pistons).
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.
TRAM, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of switches, steering wheels, airbags, steering column locks, and key sets.
TRIN, Inc. in Ashley, Indiana.
Manufactures electronic automotive switch assemblies, defogging & cruise control switches, power window & doors, mirrors & rheostats.
TRMI, Inc. in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Manufactures automotive switches such as window regulators and turn signals.
TRW Automotive U.S. LLC in Livonia, Michigan.
Braking systems (ABS, traction control & ESC; brake modules, calipers, drum brakes, rotors & park brakes; brake actuation); steering & suspension (power & manual rack and pinion steering gears; EAS, suspension); driver assist (adaptive cruise control/lane departure warning); inflatable restraint (inflators, bag and module assemblies); steering wheels; seat belts; safety electronics (airbag control units, side-impact and side-impact pressure sensors, frontal-crash-zone sensors, rollover sensors, weight-sensing, vision-based occupant sensing and lane departure warning, distributed sensing and firing systems, PAD switches, tire pressure monitoring); body control (HVAC controls/actuators, interior controls/switches, rain and multifunction sensors, transmission switches, power management controls, safety sensors and interface controls/electronics); engine components (engine valves and valve train systems/components, etc.); engineered fasteners & components (plastic molding & modules and specialty fasteners).
TRW Automotive U.S. LLC in Winona, Minnesota.
A supplier of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) controls and actuators, interior controls and switches, rain and multifunction sensors, transmission switches, power management controls, safety sensors for braking and steering, and safety interface controls and electronics for airbags and seat positioning.
Tyco Electronics Corporation in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.
Manufactures connectors and assemblies including sensors, optoelectronics, circuit boards, wireless components, in addition to complete interconnection systems.
Valeo Niles in Winchester, Kentucky.
A supplier of plastic injection molded automotive parts and electrical switches. Products include multifunction switches, instrument panel switches, relays, door switches and plastic molded parts.
Valeo Radar Systems, Inc. in Hudson, New Hampshire.
A supplier of switches and detection systems. Designs, manufactures and markets radar based sensor systems.
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.
WAKO Electronics (USA), Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky.
Produces automotive bimetal pressure switches and thermostats.
Weastec, Inc. in Hillsboro, Ohio.
A manufacturer of automotive ignition systems, sensors and switches. Products include combination switches, power window switches, steering wheel switches, in-panel switches, seat switches, door switches, entertainment switch modules, electronics, sensors as well as ignition coils, etc. Processes include injection molding, painting, laser etching, PCB surface mounting, final inspection, etc. Capabilities include design, prototyping, validation testing and mass production, etc.
Wells Manufacturing, L.P. in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.
Designs and manufacturers electronic engine management systems, charging systems and sensors for the automotive aftermarket and the OEM market. Products include ignition, wire and cable, switches, sensors and components for fuel emissions and charging systems.
Westbrook Manufacturing Inc. 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.
Williams Controls Industries, Inc. in Portland, Oregon.
A supplier of pneumatic, hydraulic and electronic throttle controls including a remote sensor assembly and a gear driven suspended electronic accelerator pedal.
Woodward Governor Company in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Specializes in plasma ignition and combustion feedback for internal combustion engines.
ZF Electronics Corporation in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.
Designs, develops and manufactures automotive switches for windows, seats, locks & mirrors; electronic controls for sunroofs and convertible tops.