Press Release Summary:
- Improves indication and illumination in industrial, commercial and automotive systems
- AEC-Q101 qualified
- Suitable for high-reliability and automotive applications
Original Press Release:
ROHM RGB Chip LEDs Available at TTI
Fort Worth, Texas -- June 8, 2022 -- TTI, Inc., a leading specialty distributor of electronic components, is now stocking the ROHM SMLP34RGBN1W LED Series. These tightly ranked, 0404-packaged high-brightness chip LEDs are optimized for indication and illumination in industrial, commercial and automotive systems.
ROHM’s SMLP34RGBN1W Chip LEDs have a transparent lens for optimum color expression. The need to minimize brightness variations is increasing as a greater number of applications and devices, particularly in the automotive and industrial sectors, are demanding improved consistency when configuring multiple LEDs side by side. These LEDs are AEC-Q101 qualified, making them suitable for high-reliability and automotive applications demanding increased dependability.
To learn more, visit ROHM RGB Chip LEDs | TTI, Inc.
TTI, Inc., a Berkshire Hathaway company, is an authorized, specialty distributor of electronic components. Founded in 1971, the emphasis on a broad and deep product portfolio, available-to-sell inventory and sophisticated supply chain programs has established TTI as a distributor of choice to manufacturers in the industrial, defense, aerospace, transportation, medical and communications sectors worldwide. TTI and its wholly owned subsidiaries, the TTI Family of Specialists, Mouser Electronics, Sager Electronics and the Exponential Technology Group employ over 8,000 people in more than 136 locations throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. Globally, the TTI Family of Specialists maintain over 3 million square feet of dedicated warehouse space in 30 distribution centers. For more information about TTI, visit www.tti.com
About ROHM Semiconductor
ROHM offers a full line of leading-edge sensors, silicon carbide MOSFETs and Schottky barrier diodes, optoelectronics, and power management ICs. If you’re designing for rugged environments requiring high-temperature and/or high-voltage along with higher power density solutions.