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Farnell Launches LED Lighting Microsite

LONDON — Farnell, the leading multichannel distributor has launched an innovative microsite dedicated to LED lighting technology. The new Farnell site provides engineers with a comprehensive LED lighting destination, offering product and solution-based guidance for applications such as street lighting, MR16’s, solar power signals and RGB color mixing, as well as access to a wide range of design and collaboration tools via element14, its exclusive eCommunity site for design engineers.

The microsite can be found at:

In addition to application notes, white papers, training resources, design tools, and videos, the new LED site enables engineers to view and purchase from a best-in-class product portfolio available for same day shipping.

Engineers have one stop access to a wide range of LED Lighting product including LEDs, Power & Thermal Management, Interconnect, Optics and integrated/modular LED Lighting solutions. The offering consists of LED Lighting product from top brands including Cree, Avago, Bridgelux, Ledil, National Semiconductor, Linear Technology, Texas Instruments, TE Connectivity, Molex, Fisher and Bergquist.

“The new LED microsite is designed to help engineers working on lighting solutions research and design through an enhanced online collaboration experience,” said David Shen, Senior VP, Global Technical Marketing, Premier Farnell. “It brings together a broad range of technical resources and products in an easy to-use format all in one place.”

Engineers can quickly link from the microsite to the lighting group at Farnell’s element14 engineering community to collaborate with industry peers and experts. element14’s lighting group offers quick access to additional technical information, lighting insight from its “Ask an Expert” panel of professionals and lively discussions with engineers from around the globe.

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