Peerless Launches New Website

Press Release
Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Peerless Electronics, Inc., a stocking distributor of electromechanical and interconnect products, has launched its new Value Added Services website: peerlesselectronicsva.com.

Peerless Electronics specializes in value added assemblies services. These services include switch, relay and circuit breaker panels, switch and indicator light engraving, hot stamping, and pad printing, connector marking and cable assemblies, potentiometer and encoder assemblies, terminal block modification, heat shrink tubing cutting and marking, as well as specialized packaging and custom kitting to customer’s specifications.

The value added website is also hyperlinked to the Peerless store at peerlesselectronics.com/store where customers can shop online for products. The store includes specs, technical descriptions, manufacturer hyperlinks, photos (many with zoom-in capabilities) and drawings/PDFs to assist customers in selecting the right parts for their application. The online stores offer widely sought and hard to find products such as switches, relays, circuit breakers, contactors, connectors, terminal blocks, splices, heat shrink tubing and indicator lights and fuses. 

www.peerlesselectronicsva.com

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