ELECTRONICS: OSRAM Opto Semiconductors’ LED Light for You (LLFY) network now includes system integrators in addition to existing partners from optics, thermal management and electronics (OTE). As the professional link between customers and OTE specialists, they are the contacts for customers and, at the same time, the coordinators for OTE specialists. Depending on the particular requirements, they bring experts together from all three sectors and, if necessary, offer support for end users at all stages up to the successful completion of their projects.
The concept of system integrators makes it easier for end users to use pioneering LED technology for various lighting solutions. As the “one face to the customer,” system integrators are the interface between the customer and the application. They focus specifically on customer requirements and bring together the appropriate partners from the optics, thermal management and electronics sectors to achieve the desired results. If requested to do so, they will also coordinate all the activities necessary for the successful completion of a project.
Specialist system integrators are available for a wide variety of lighting solutions, such as those for architectural applications, for applications in the signage industry and for the design of LED luminaires.
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