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Molex Releases Custom LED Circuit Assemblies for Electronic Products

Following several modifications in engineering and production, Molex has succeeded in creating custom LED circuit assemblies for electronic products ranging from automotive and consumer electronics to computers and appliances.

Molex LED solutions on printed circuit board (PCB) substrates have been designed to achieve compliance with large-scale manufacturing requirements in transportation, automotive, consumer, military/aerospace, medical, industrial equipment, and telecommunication applications.

Molex LED assemblies include polyester and polyimide flexible circuit substrates as well as rigid circuit boards. These assemblies are capable of generating 3D lighting effects in advanced high-tech designs and also to create product configuration with reduced thickness and weight. Based on proprietary bonding techniques, Molex can equip flexible polyester circuitry with LEDs. This modification serves to be a lightweight, robust, affordable and low profile option for supporting the addition of several simple electronic components. When LED circuitry is integrated with a Molex membrane switch or graphic overlay, a total user interface results with multiple options leading to improved application features. Molex polyimide LED circuits circuit assemblies have the same durability as that of a PCB assembly. Its compact design enables easy deployment in harsh environments and constrained spaces. In addition, it enables customers to have their LED designs integrated with the versatility and aesthetic features of 3D effects.

Each LED circuit assembly is carefully tested for intensity and color before delivery to ensure maximum quality and consistency. A bin control system helps in regulating constant optimization of lot-by-lot luminosity output ranges. Molex ISO-certified facilities accommodate the production of LED package solutions.

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