History of epiLED starts in United States of America as a result of the demand for highly specialized optoelectronic components. We’ve gained customers recognition through the work of engineering, high production capacity and quick response on market needs. Compay name is derived from the combination of words LED and epitaxial that best characterize the scope of competence.
We’ve marked our place in history by collaborating in development of Oxy Heart Rate Monitors with Nonin and Masimo, which solutions are preferred by hospitals. Following up the greatest emphasis we put on the components and semifinished products destined for the medical industry.
Whether it is a component for the automation of industrial processes or decorative lighting our customers know that they receive the highest quality product. What motivates us.
Since its inception we design, manufacture and implement modern optoelectronic devices. With the time we decide to ever-higher investments in infrastructure. With this investment we can offer popular products in the optoelectronics market best prices.
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