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American Bright Optoelectronics  Profile

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American Bright Optoelectronics  Company Overview

For over two decades, American Bright LED has become one of the world's leading LED suppliers to major customers seeking unusual quality and service. In 1995, Bright established American Bright Optoelectronics Corporation in Southern California to create a qualified, responsive source to the rapidly growing market for LED devices in the Americas.

American Bright Optoelectronics  Products

The types of products manufactured by American Bright Optoelectronics include Surface Mount LEDs: Single Color, Dual/Tri Color, and Axial. Through-hole LEDs: Ultra Bright, Standard, and Rectangular. Displays: Single Digit, 2-6 Digits, Bar Graph Array and Dot Matrix. Infrared Products: IR/PT/Photo Diodes, Receiver Modules, Photo Interrupters, and Photo Links. High Power LEDs: PLCC, 1W, and 3W. PLCC LEDs: Flash SMT, BIKINI, DOMILED, MULTI DOMILED, NovaLED, and Z-BEND.

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