Business News | Apr 12, 2007

Mouser Electronics and LedEngin, Inc. sign distribution agreement

Mouser Electronics, Inc., has announced it has signed a distribution agreement with LedEngin, a leader in Ultra High Brightness LED emitters and light source modules.

LedEngin manufactures ultra-small, ultra-bright, ultra-cool LED components and light source modules ideal for space-constrained applications.  Products are based on its patented state-of-the-art high-power LED packaging technology and are reflow solderable, lead-free, and RoHS compliant.

"LedEngin is the leading visionary of ultra-bright LED solid state technology," said Leonard Livschitz, LedEngin`s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, "and by teaming up with Mouser Electronics, a leader of Optoelectronics distribution sales, we will be able to respond competitively and expeditiously to the unique LED market demands." 

"We`re pleased to offer LedEngin`s high-brightness LED products to our engineering customers for their new design projects," said Mike Scott, Mouser Vice President of Active Components.  "We look forward to delivering new customers and deeper penetration of the LED marketplace to LedEngine through our innovative marketing programs."

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