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MENTOR GmbH  Profile

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MENTOR GmbH  Company Overview

MENTOR GmbH & Co. was founded in 1920 under the company name of Dr. Paul Mozar, Factory for Electric Engineering and Precision Mechanics. At the beginning, the company focused on manufacturing mechanical precision components. In the 1940s, the product range was expanded to the fields of telecommunications, couplings, loudspeakers, pick-up arms and signal generators. By acquiring the Albert Weidmann Licht-Elektronik GmbH in 1982, MENTOR increased its market share in the field of optoelectronics, starting the production of components for the automotive industry. Today, MENTOR's extensive standard product range encompasses well over 3000 mechanical, electronic and optoelectronic components.

MENTOR GmbH  Products

The types of products manufactured by MENTOR GmbH include Fibre-optic guides, FEL and standard elements, LED technology, Optoelectronic components, Front panel built-in components, Precision switches and switch jacks, Handles, housing and cabinet accessories, Plastic and metal knobs, mechanical components, and Sensor Switch Components.

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