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Aerospace Optics - VIVISUN  Profile

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Aerospace Optics - VIVISUN  Company Overview

Aerospace Optics Inc. of Fort Worth, Texas, has been in business for more than 35 years, concentrating on the research, design and manufacture of aircraft lighting panels and other electronic display assemblies. Today our innovations continue to set aviation industry standards, and our products have been specified for use in military and commercial aircraft, naval shipboard, and army ground systems. Aerospace Optics is the exclusive manufacturer of the VIVISUN brand of sunlight readable pushbutton switches, LED programmable displays, and the new VIVISUN LED.

Aerospace Optics - VIVISUN  Products

The types of products manufactured by Aerospace Optics - VIVISUN include VIVISUN mil-spec lighted pushbutton switches and programmable displays.

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