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American Opto Plus LED - AOP  Profile

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American Opto Plus LED - AOP  Company Overview

Founded in 1973, Opto Plus Technology is an ISO 9002 certified leading manufacturer of LED Lamps, Displays, SMD Lamps, and many other LED-related products. American Opto Plus was established in 1995 to assist North American customers with engineering and provide an extensive selection of off-the-shelf product inventory, helping minimize delivery lead times and facilitate product design.

American Opto Plus LED - AOP  Products

The types of products manufactured by American Opto Plus LED - AOP include Non-Phosphor White LEDs, LED Displays, LED Lamps Thru-Hole, HIGH POWER LEDs, SMD PLCCs, SMD LEDs, SMD DISPLAYs, SUPER FLUXES, LED CLUSTERS, Infrared LEDs, CIRCUIT BOARD INDICATORS, LED HOLDERS, Lighting & Lamp Replacement, and PCB Assembly.

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