Peerless Opens Sensata Klixon Online Store

MarineElectronics.com
Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Photo: Peerless Electronics

Peerless Electronics launched their Sensata Technologies Klixon Circuit Breaker online e-store.

Sensata is a manufacturers of precision circuit protection devices. The Klixon brand is owned, designed, and manufactured by Sensata Technologies.

Peerless stocks more than 1,000 different thermal circuit breakers for rugged application to serve such industries as aerospace, military, commercial ground transportation including truck, bus and emergency vehicles, as well as a variety of breakers developed for the marine industry.

Peerless Electronics had been distributing this precision circuit breaker line since 1956 and has supplied Klixon directly to many most major U.S. manufacturers. The opening of the on line store now makes it possible for customers to easily order Klixon circuit breakers on line. The website offers full descriptions, photos, and data sheets for each product. The Peerless website is open 24/7 and allows for same day shipping.

www.peerlesselectronics.com/store/brands/SENSATA-TECHNOLOGIES-(KLIXON).html

 

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