Peerless Electronics to Distribute Carling Technologies

Press Release
Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Peerless Electronics Inc, an employee owned company and one of the world’s largest stocking distributors of switches, relays and circuit breaker products, has signed an agreement to distribute the complete line of Carling Technologies products.


Peerless will be stocking Carling’s line of both lighted and unlighted rocker switches, toggle switches, mini and sub mini, rotary and pushbutton switches, as well as magnetic and resettable thermal circuit breakers.


Carling Technologies, founded in 1920, offers a diverse line of electromechanical solutions to the On/Off Highway and Heavy Equipment, Medical, Power Supply & Generator, Transportation, Marine, and Industrial Electronics Markets.

 

Many Carling switches offer complete protection against dust and prolonged effects of spray and immersion under pressure (IP66 & IP68) and many are recognized to UL1500 ignition protection for marine products as well.

Don Pruitt, Director of Sales for Carling Technologies said: “I am both pleased and excited regarding our new partnership with Peerless Electronics. Peerless' market focused approach and knowledge of the transportation, military and medical markets aligns well with our approach and this synergistic approach will generate and expand our sales within these markets.”

Peerless will also offer value added services such as custom switch legends, engraving, hot stamping, additions of leads and connectors, as well as building complete switch and circuit breaker panels in their Bethpage Value Added Assembly center.


Peerless’ quality system is certified to both AS9100 and ISO 9001. Peerless, with locations in New York and Florida, recently launched a series of leading edge e Commerce stores.
 

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