Canfield Connector

Canfield Connector was founded in 1977 in a garage in Canfield, Ohio reselling German solenoid air valves to Volkswagen. In 1980 we introduced the first DIN 43650 style solenoid valve operator, as well as mating solenoid valve connectors to the North American solenoid valve market Lighted solenoid valve connectors soon followed in 1981. Soon, we began manufacturing DIN 43650 connectors, timers, proportional solenoid drivers, and air cylinder position sensors. Product development marched on as we invented the first solid state inertial breaking system designed for Recreational Vehicle tow vehicles, Electronic timers for oxygen concentrators, electronics for valves used in the M1-A1 Abrahms Tank, media separated valves for home kidney dialysis, controls for air-dryers, flow/pressure/temperature all-in one sensors, as well as many other specific applications. Today our modern facility makes products that integrate IOT (Internet of Things) for Industry 4.0. Other products include linear actuator sensors, round style sensors, inclinometers, tilt switches, M12 and GT Series (Deutsch Style) mobile connectors, conveyor controls, Can Bus controls, special machine controls as well as time delay relays. With over 100 associates Canfield Connector stands ready to take on your next big innovation and help you bring it to reality.