MENTOR will again be exhibiting at Frankfurt’s International Light & Building Exhibition 30 March to 4 April 2014. Do visit their stand G20 in Hall 4 to learn more about MENTOR’s unique competencies in the management of light.
This will be your opportunity to speak directly with innovative engineers who are at the forefront of gathering light emitted from the latest high-powered LED sources and controlling its throw, colour (tuneable white) and other characteristics to deliver homogenous light in whatever form it is needed. MENTOR’s advanced know-how in this field combines with their near 100 year, highly successful legacy in diverse electronic component manufacture. This is all performed highly efficiently, utilising the most modern equipment installed in several wholly-owned factories world-wide. (MENTOR is a truly boringly reliable supplier)!
You may not have a current LED optic requirement but then again, this field is developing so quickly that you may have a dream and not know MENTOR can realise it for you today! The MENTOR stand is worth a visit if only to keep abreast of the latest technology. See the case-studies to learn not only what can be achieved but also what has already been achieved on behalf of major customers, who are currently marketing their new products that feature innovative and leading-edge MENTOR opto solutions. From front panel to architectural opto applications, MENTOR (also a first-tier automotive supplier) has both the German-based competence and highly-invested international manufacturing infrastructure to design and manufacture your solution in an impeccable and cost-effective manner.
Also at the show, MENTOR will be launching an innovative variation of their already hugely-popular ranges of panel-mounted light guides. This new design delivers a visibly superior quality of light output by overcoming a design restriction previously always inherent in this type of product. Find out more on the MENTOR stand. (Alternatively, check back here next week or click here to send to me personally an automatic request and I shall reply with a datasheet).
I shall be representing Multitron on MENTOR’s L&B stand on the Sunday and Monday and will of course be pleased to meet with customers new and old. On other days, MENTOR’s engineers probably all speak better English than I and are certainly far more knowledgeable!