Applied Computer Controls
701 W. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, CA 91702-2348
Sam Marcos, Pres.
In 1982 Applied Computer Controls was established to design, manufacture and sell electronic controls to the spa industry. Today we are still designing and manufacturing electronics. Our first product was the SC-100. It was introduced at the 1983 NSPI convention – The Moscone Center in San Francisco.
In 1989 we have purchased and moved to our current facility in the city of Azusa, CA. All our products are designed and manufactured in house : hardware, software and system design. Because we only purchase raw materials, we have total control over the quality of our products.
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