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OSRAM Opto  Profile

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OSRAM Opto  Company Overview

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH is the world's second largest manufacturer of opto-semiconductors for the lighting, sensor and visualization sectors. The company produces opto-semiconductors for the lighting, sensor and visualization sectors. Perhaps best known are the light emitting diodes (LED) tiny components, only a few millimeters in length, that convert electrical energy directly into light. Their color is determined by the semiconductor material used. Important advantages of LED technology include low power consumption, low thermal output, small dimensions and extremely long service life.

OSRAM Opto  Products

The types of products manufactured by OSRAM Opto include LED (Light Emitting Diodes), Silicon Photodetectors, Optical Sensors, Infrared Emitters, High-Power Laser Diodes, OLED (Organic LED), and Intelligent Displays.

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