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Visual Communications -VCC  Profile

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Visual Communications -VCC  Company Overview

Visual Communications Company was founded in El Segundo, CA in 1975 and incorporated in 1976.

In 1986 the company moved to its present location in San Diego, California, U.S.A. This company developed a mounting lens for discrete LEDs and began to market this product under the registered trade name of "CLIPLITE". Additional products have been added to the product line which includes various mounting devices for LEDs. These include panel lenses, panel mounted litepipes, printed circuit board sockets, PCB mounts and panel to circuit board interconnect assemblies.

Visual Communications -VCC  Products

The types of products manufactured by Visual Communications -VCC include optoelectronics devices, LED lenses, LED mounts, LED light pipes, LED panel mounts, LED standoffs and PCB mounts.

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