QT-Brightek Announces Distribution Agreement with NRC Electronics

Milpitas, CA, January 6, 2011: QT-Brightek Corporation (QTB), a leading Optoelectronics supplier announced today a distribution agreement with NRC Electronics.

According to Mr. Pete Perniciaro, Vice President of Sales, "This agreement will allow more customers to become familiar with QT- Brightek products. Our combined focus will be to expand the use of Ultra-High Brightness LED's in many different market segments, as well as provide world class IR and Optocoupler products."

With short leadtimes and NRC's focus on the Solid State Lighting market, the combined effort will provide excellent Optoelectronics solutions for customers. NRC will also stock standard Optocouplers, PLCC LED, Mid and high Power LEDs and IR components."

QTB and NRC offers of a comprehensive LED, IR and Optocoupler product line. The Optocoupler products range from 4 pin SOP packages thru 8 pin DIP packages. Output functions are Phototransistor, Photodarlington, Schmitt Trigger, Random Phase TRIAC, and Zero Crossing TRIAC. All Industry standard part numbers are available. Optocouplers are widely used in Power Supplies, isolated communication paths, isolated power switching and safety protection for user controls in both industrial controls and consumer appliances.

The complete Optocoupler product family is contained in a newly released QTB Optocoupler Shortform Catalog. Select the Catalog section to download the new catalog as a .PDF file at WWW.QT-Brightek.COM.

Information about QT-Brightek Corporation:
QT-Brightek Corporation is a leading Optoelectronics supplier, with a global presence. The QTB corporate offices are located in the heart of Silicon Valley. In our Milpitas, CA location, we have staff dedicated to Product Development and Marketing, as well as customer service. QTB is committed to supplying the broadest range of Optoelectronic products. QTB's products are TS 16949, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 certified. Optocoupler products are certified to UL, CSA and VDE global specifications.

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