MENTOR have completely revised and redesigned their OPTO Electronics PDF catalogue, adding all of their latest product introductions. This 84-page catalogue has a new design, and is immediately available as a Downloadable PDF.

It provides an overview as well as detailed information, whilst making it easier to use. For example, comprehensive LED information and lots of clear technical schematic drawings are provided.

As you may know already, MENTOR’s extensive ranges of Opto Electronic components include many families of SMD and THT standard components. Typical applications include human-machine interfaces where light signals are required to draw attention to functions or operating states.

New products featured include the latest Light Guide modules for ring lighting – ideal for boldly highlighting switches, buttons, knobs, sockets and controllers. They provide totally homogenous ring lighting from just a single LED, secured using a circular mounting hole in which you can also position a connector, switch, knob etc. Pretty cunning eh?!

Other new products include MENTOR’s range of signal lights with integrated SMD LEDs for use in front panels. They are the modern, up-to-date version of the traditional front panel indicator lamp with a circular bezel. They are IP 68-rated and feature a single colour LED or RGB LED mounted onto a very compact PCB. They are available as standard stocked parts with many size variations, and low MOQs.

Other standard MENTOR Opto components include LED signal lights in various sizes, colours and materials, a wide range of LED indicator systems, as well as 7-segment displays, an area symbol lighting system, and LED plastic frames and reflectors.

Many of MENTOR’s standard products are available off the shelf – with short delivery times and low MOQs. And don’t forget that if you need a Custom Opto component, or a modified standard product, then please give us a call – the tooling costs and MOQs could be low!

Why not Download the MENTOR Opto Electronic Components catalogue (PDF)

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