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Anglia partners with LITEON to expand opto range

Anglia Components is expanding its range of opto products via a new partnership with LITEON Technology.

The partnership will increase Anglia’s offering in discrete LEDs, Ultra-Violet and Infra-Red LEDs and optocouplers.

Commenting on the partnership, David Pearson, Technical Director for Anglia, said, “Demand is growing for opto-electronics products, particularly in the applications of UV LED’s for sterilisation and Infra-Red LEDs for security and sensing solutions. For this reason, it is particularly timely to expand our range of these devices with LITEON.”

Roland Prinzen, Director of Sales for Europe for LITEON, added, “We recognise the value of a strong distribution network for our components. Opto devices are key to many designs, increasingly so as we move to a new normal following COVID, and we are confident that Anglia's FAE team will identify many new customers who can benefit from our innovative solutions.”

Anglia is supporting the new line with inventory on the most popular parts, which are available from Anglia Live.

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Neil Tyler

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