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Circuit Protection Devices Suppliers in Minnesota

Circuit protection devices are used to protect electronic components from unwanted transients such as current and voltage surges, electrostatic discharge (ESD), lightning, spikes and other signals that can imperil the operation or damage the component. (more)
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Digi-Key Corporation (5527 Products)
Address:  701 Brooks Avenue South, Thief River Falls, MN
Business Type:  Distributor
Description:  Digi-Key Corporation, based in Thief River Falls, MN, is a global, full-service provider of both prototype/design and production quantities of electronic components, offering more than two million products from over 650 quality name-brand manufacturers at www.digikey.com. With over 800,000... (more)
Grainger Industrial Supply
Business Type:  Distributor
Description:  Grainger helps customers save time and money by providing them the right products to keep their facilities up and running. Grainger's customers are 2.0 million businesses and institutions in 157 countries. While each customer has a unique facility to operate and a different problem to solve, our... (more)
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Address:  1929 7th St. NW Branch 501, Rochester, MN
Address:  4444 Round Lake Rd. W. Branch 497, Arden Hills, MN
Address:  101 N. 46TH Ave. W. Branch 250, Duluth, MN
Address:  201 E. 78TH St. Branch 498, Bloomington, MN
Address:  724 S. 3RD St. Branch 496, Minneapolis, MN
Address:  2450 Annapolis Lane N. Branch 495, Plymouth, MN
Address:  775 Anderson Ave. Branch 494, St. Cloud, MN
Address:  345 Plato Blvd E Ste 120 Branch 499, St. Paul, MN
Northport Engineering, Inc.
Address:  1355 Mendota Heights Road, Suite 130, Mendota Heights, MN
Business Type:  Service
TLC Electronics
Address:  18 Long Lake Rd., St. Paul, MN
Business Type:  Distributor, Service
Description:  HISTORY TLC Electronics, Inc. was founded in 1984 specializing in interconnect solutions for the electronics industry. In the early 1990s, they saw an emerging need for manufacturing wire and cable harnesses for small pitch connectors and complicated assemblies. Today, TLC Electronics has... (more)