Lighting Systems/Components (93)
Suppliers of vehicle electronic lighting system parts and components.
3M Automotive in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A global supplier of products for automotive exteriors, interiors, powertrain/chassis, and for use in automotive manufacturing/assembly. Products include abrasives, acoustic and vibration damping, adhesives and tapes, cabin air filters, catalytic converter mat mounts and insulation, electrical connectors, fasteners, fluoroelastomers, graphic films, heat-shrink moldings, lighting, mirror buttons, nameplates and badging, optical films, plant cleaning and safety products, paint protection and replacement films, security labeling, and lead-free wheel weights.
Adient, Ltd. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A provider of automotive systems and facility management and control. Products include seating and interior systems such as seats, overhead, door, instrument panels, trim, storage and batteries.
Advanced Forming Technology USA in Longmont, Colorado.
Services include metal injection molding combining powder metallurgy and plastic injection, thixoforming, and metal matrix composites.
Advanced Technology Corporation in Andover, Ohio.
A supplier of forward, rear, side and interior lighting applications for the automotive and medium to heavy truck industries. Multipurpose components including electric connectors and componentry and various under-the-hood components.
AISIN U.S.A. Manufacturing, Inc. in Seymour, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures automotive components and systems such as door frames, roofs, latching systems, brakes, engines, seating, trim molding, etc.
Ameri-Tek Manufacturing, Inc. in Logansport, Indiana.
A manufacturer of multi-slide and punch press metal stampings using hot and cold rolled steel, stainless steel, annealed spring steel, copper, brass, beryllium copper, phosphorus bronze and aluminum. Automotive applications include electronics, controls, switches, lighting, electric motors, clips, precision washers, sub-assemblies for any application, etc.
Analog Devices, Inc. in Norwood, Massachusetts.
A supplier of high performance analog, mixed-signal, digital processing, and MEMS ICs for the demanding signal processing requirements of automotive safety, security, infotainment, powertrain, body and chassis electronics systems.
Automotive Lighting Corporation North America in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of headlamps, rear lamps, etc. This facility is a technical center and sales office for the NAFTA region.
Autosystems America, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive lighting components and systems.
AVX Corporation in Fountain Inn, South Carolina.
A manufacturer of passive electronic components including capacitors, circuit protection devices, connectors, filters, varistors, crystals and timing devices. Automotive application areas include safety, engine control, infotainment and chassis control.
Capsonic Automotive, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive end item assemblies such as electromechanical assemblies, switches, solenoids, sensors, motor assemblies, wiring, and lighting.
Center Manufacturing, Inc. in Byron Center, Michigan.
A fabricator of metal stampings, metal assemblies and welded tubular structures. Products include instrument panel tie bars. Manufacturing capabilities include stamping, various types of robotic welding, CNC and mechanical tube bending, orbital riveting, and mechanical clinching.
Clarion Technologies, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A full-service custom injection molder, providing rapid prototyping and design models, mold design and engineering services, mold manufacturing, injection molding and post-molding assembly. Applications include colored Class A interior components and assemblies such as overhead consoles, dome lamps and assemblies, HVAC vents, grab handles and appliqué moldings.
Continental Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive powertrain, car body, chassis, safety and interior & infotainment systems and components. Areas of expertise include piezo common rail diesel injection systems; air-fuel modules and complete air induction systems; electronic throttle controls (ETCs); mechatronic transmission controls; multipoint, multi-loop airbag controllers; pressure sensor satellite for side airbags; 24 GHz near-field radar sensing; occupant weight and classification sensors for airbags; tire pressure monitoring systems; intelligent switching units; electronic climate-control units; window closure force limitation motors with anti-pinch; passive keyless entry; human factors optimized instrument clusters; commercial vehicle mobile office systems; advanced driver information and navigation systems; re-configurable displays; and vehicle cockpit systems, etc.
Dayton T. Brown, Inc. in Bohemia, New York.
Services provided include product design and engineering, prototype manufacture, final production, testing, technical writing & documentation and the development of complete test systems. Capabilities include dynamic, climatic, EMI/EMC, hydraulic/pneumatic, optical, mechanical, structural, fatigue, safety & survival testing as well as conformance inspection & failure analysis thru metallurgy, magnetic particle, dimensional, and X-rays.
DENSO International America, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of powertrain control systems including diesel injection products, engine control components, and system control components. Electric systems including engine electrical products, safety and chassis systems products. Electronic systems including body electronics and electronic devices. Thermal systems including air conditioning, cooling systems, and environmental systems such as radiators etc.
Dialight Corporation in Farmingdale, New Jersey.
Offers LED-based marker and signal lamps for truck and bus applications. Also offers white LED lighting for interior, doorway, compartment and task lighting applications.
Docter® Optics, Inc. in Gilbert, Arizona.
A supplier of precision molded glass aspheric projector lenses, in diameter sizes from 30mm to 90mm, with clear, fluted, frosted, bi-focal, micro-structured, modulated and sign light surface features; multi-layer IR reflective and color coatings for automobile, bus, sports utility vehicle and truck high and low beam exterior headlights and fog lights applications including Adaptive Front Lighting Systems (AFS), Halogen, High Intensity Discharge (HID, as known as Xenon) and Light Emitting Diode (LED). Aspheric projector lenses conform to SAE, ECE and JIS automotive industry exterior lighting standards.
Eaton Corporation in Tualatin, Oregon.
A supplier of battery isolators, DC-DC converters, and low voltage disconnectors, etc.
Empire Electronics, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of exterior lighting harnesses and components. Facilities and product capabilities include a A2LA certified testing laboratory, plastic injection molding, potting, design services, tooling/mold design, and electromechanical assemblies.
Endicott Research Group, Inc. in Endicott, New York.
A supplier of DC-AC power sources for information displays. Products include CCFL and EL inverters, LED drivers and LED strings, as well as low power DC-DC converters. Also a developer of SSL drivers and controllers for LED lighting applications.
Endura Plastics, Inc. in Kirtland, Ohio.
A custom injection molder and assembler. Products range from interior assemblies to under-the-hood components produced from high temperature thermoplastics. Specializes in brake reservoir assemblies and engine control module componentry. Services include injection molding with full engineering design capabilities, decorating, welding (sonic, hot-plate & spin), machining, etc.
Engineered Plastic Components, Inc. in Osceola, Wisconsin.
A provider of product engineering services, injection molding and insert molding of precision tight tolerance automotive components using CAD/CAE/CAM technology and concurrent engineering. Capabilities include instrument panel (IP) assemblies; door panel assemblies; heating, ventilation & air conditioning (HVAC) assemblies; as well as interior and exterior parts.
ETO MAGNETIC in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Products include solenoid and motorized actuators, electromechanical clutches, switch assemblies and precision injection molded components. Automotive applications include BTSI solenoids, motorized deck lid releases, canister vent solenoid, lift gate clutch, various hydraulic solenoids, various pneumatic solenoids, and overmolded coils.
Excellence Optoelectronics, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A supplier of LED lighting components.
FRAEN Corporation in Reading, Massachusetts.
Designs and molds plastic optics for LED lighting such as light-pipe and unlit instrument pointers for automotive instrument panel applications.
Global Lighting Technologies, Inc. in Brecksville, Ohio.
Provides interior backlighting such as LED-based display illumination.
Grote Industries, LLC in Madison, Indiana.
A manufacturer of vehicle lighting and safety systems. Products include lamps, emergency lighting, flashers, coil cords, reflectors, back-up alarms, and mirrors.
Grote Industries, LLC in Markham, Ontario.
A manufacturer and marketer of vehicle lighting and safety systems. Products include lamps, emergency lighting, flashers, coil cords, reflectors, back-up alarms, and mirrors.
GSI Technologies, LLC in Burr Ridge, Illinois.
A supplier of exterior, under-the-hood, and interior labels and nameplates for the automotive and other industries.
Harison Toshiba Lighting USA, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive lighting. Applications include front and rear lamps, car stereo displays and instrument clusters.
HellermannTyton in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of systems and solutions for the management of wires, cables, and components. Products include specialty fasteners, dual clamp ties, button head ties, dual swivel saddle spacers, saddle mounts, cable tie tool systems, cable ties, clamps, and identification products.
ITW Deltar Fuel Systems Division in Mokena, Illinois.
A manufacturer and designer of insert molded products for automotive applications such as molded lead frames, electronic packaging, sensor housings, molded circuit board replacements, and connector systems.
ITW Motion in Frankfort, Illinois.
Designs, develops and manufactures components and assemblies for the automotive and other industries including battery charge indicators, dampers and latches, gears and gear box assemblies, headlamp adjusters as well as pivoting hardware.
Jabil Circuit, Inc. in St. Petersburg, Florida.
A global provider of electronic technology applications, circuit board assemblies and electronic modules for interior and underhood applications.
Judd Wire, Inc. in Turners Falls, Massachusetts.
A wire and cable manufacturer specializing in electron beam cross-linked irradiation technology for wire insulation serving the automotive and other industries. Applications include ABS cables, ride control sensors, transmission wire, primary wire plus SAE JA50, ISO DIN specs, side air bag wire, fixelink, databus cables, battery cables and gas tank wire. Temperature range from -55 Celsius to 250 Celsius.
Key Plastics L.L.C. in Northville, Michigan.
Capabilities include engineering, program management and production services to the automotive industry. Products include interior trim (radio bezels, climate control components, instrument cluster components, louvers), headrests, floor consoles, assist handles, exterior ornamentation (door handles, trim, ornamentation), and underhood components (injection molded pressurized coolant reservoirs, injection molded pressurized power steering reservoirs). Additional capabilities include assembly of injection-molded components, Class A exterior and interior painting, multiple interior surface decoration technologies, an accredited testing laboratory along with a CAD/CAE department with in-house rapid prototyping.
Kostal of America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of automobile electrical products such as manually operated devices/switches, vehicle electrical system control devices, roof modules, driver assistance components, keyless entry, steering column modules, door modules, etc.
Kyocera America, Inc. in San Diego, California.
Designs, manufactures and assembles ceramic microelectronic substrate/packaging and interconnect solutions for a broad range of electronic controls. ECU substrate applications include dash-boards, engines or powertrains. Substrate/packages are also used for sensors, switches, navigational aids, ignitions, voltage regulators, electric engines, antilock systems, etc. Services also include the manufacture of various high frequency, liquid crystal, optics, ceramic material utilized in ITS components.
LEDtronics, Inc. in Torrance, California.
A supplier of light emitting diodes (LEDs) and LED automotive bulbs such as AUT 1157, AUT 1156, 3157 and AUT 3156 direct replacement LED bulbs.
Leybold Optics USA, Inc. in Cary, North Carolina.
A supplier of vacuum sputtering and PVD/CVD equipment for the automotive lighting industry. Products range from batch coaters (1 to 2 meter diameter); to in-line high speed sputtering machines that run small batch sizes in 35 second cycles; to a line of sputtering machines for large complex shapes.
LG Electronics USA, Inc. in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.
A supplier of components for electric vehicle powertrain as well as electrical systems applications.
Lumberg, Inc. in North Chesterfield, Virginia.
A supplier of automotive electrical connectors, sensors and modules.
Lumitex, Inc. in Strongsville, Ohio.
Designs and manufactures custom lighting assemblies for LCDs, membrane switches, machine vision systems, etc.
Magna International, Inc. in Aurora, Ontario.
A supplier of automotive systems, assemblies, modules and components. Capabilities include the design, engineering, testing and manufacture of automotive interior systems; seating systems; closure systems; body and chassis systems; vision systems; electronic systems; hybrid & electric vehicles/systems; exterior systems; powertrain systems; roof systems; as well as complete vehicle engineering and assembly.
Magna Mirrors North America, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A supplier of mirror systems, window systems, door handles, and electronics.
Magneti Marelli North America, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive lighting, powertrain, suspension, and electronic systems.
M&C Specialties Company in Southampton, Pennsylvania.
A die-cutter/converter of 3M automotive tapes, acrylic tapes, VHB products, BSR products, anti-squeak flocking, laminations, sound and vibration control products, and paint masking tapes. Applications include exterior and interior trim attachments, emblem attachment, anti-mutilation, surface protection films, shielding and conduction, anti-squeak, gaskets, under-hood labels, heat abatement, dual lock fastening, pressure sensitive adhesion, fabrics, and foams, etc.
Marquardt Switches, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
Expertise in switching and control engineering. Automotive products include drive authorization systems (key fobs, etc.), control panels, door locks, car top controls, interior lighting, heating and air-conditioning systems, adjustable seats, and electric windows, etc.
Metal Cutting Corporation in Cedar Grove, New Jersey.
A precision metal fabricating company to the automotive industry, focusing on fuel injection, safety components and lighting products. Specialists in very tight tolerance cutting, grinding, lapping, and polishing of all metals. Secondary operations include bending, angle cutting, pointing and slotting of small diameter tubes, wires, and rods. All metal types can be processed, from refractory to light alloys, to all kinds of steels, including stainless. In addition, tungsten and molybdenum products, such as wire, ribbon and rod, are available.
Microplastics, Inc. in St. Charles, Illinois.
Services include insert molding (prototype and production) and associated assembly, including potting application, welding and soldering. Automotive applications include filters, ECU housings, sensor housings and connectors for safety electronics, braking, ignition, door electronics and all other vehicle electronics systems.
Multek Corporation in Northfield, Minnesota.
A high volume, roll-to-roll flexible circuit manufacturer, processing single and double-sided circuits using a wide array of technologies from screen printing and punching to high definition and laser drilling. Products include flexible circuitry, assemblies and materials for a wide variety of automotive interconnect applications. Other products include technical materials and adhesives technology for applications such as flat cable tapes, barrier tapes, etc.
Nalux Nano Optical, Inc. in Huntsville, Alabama.
Expertise includes automotive headlamp optics such as lamp lenses.
Nartron Corporation in Reed City, Michigan.
An electronic systems integrator. Products include electronic sensors and controls. Applications include smart power systems closure products such as power windows, doors and sunroofs.
North American Lighting, Inc. in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Products include signal lamps.
North American Lighting, Inc. in Salem, Illinois.
Produces signal lamps such as rear combination lamps, tail lamps, backup lamps, license plate lamps and rear appliques.
North American Lighting, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
An automotive exterior lighting supplier of headlamps, fog lamps, auxiliary combination system, signal lamps such as rear combination lamps, tail lamps, backup lamps, license lamps and rear appliqués. Site activities include sales and marketing, design engineering, program management, research & development. Facilities include a model shop and in-house styling department.
Oshino Lamps America, Ltd. in Hauppauge, New York.
A supplier of miniature and subminiature lamps; LEDs and accessories for interior and exterior lighting applications including T20, marker and signal lights. Capabilities include optical engineering, injection molded light guides, custom product design.
OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc. in Danvers, Massachusetts.
Develops, manufactures and sells interconnect solutions for automotive connector and component requirements. Applications include anti-lock braking (ABS), engine controls, lighting, antenna connection systems, and sensors, etc.
OSRAM SYLVANIA, Inc. in Hillsboro, New Hampshire.
A supplier of automotive lighting and connector products including auxiliary, advanced halogen, light emitting diodes (LEDs) and HID technologies for interior, exterior and forward lighting applications.
Pacific Insight Electronics Corporation in Nelson, British Columbia.
A supplier of electronic products and wiring harnesses designed for the automotive and other industries. Products include LED vehicle lighting, electronic control centers, chime modules, daytime running light modules, etc.
Paneltronics, Inc. in Hialeah Gardens, Florida.
A manufacturer of custom instrument panels, instrument clusters and power distribution panels for the automotive, commercial vehicle, specialty vehicle and other industries.
Philips Lumileds Lighting, LLC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive lamps, playback modules, car radio integrated circuits, liquid crystal displays, etc.
Piher North America in Delafield, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of automotive position controls, sensors, encoders, potentiometers and trimmers.
Premier Die Casting Company in Avenell, New Jersey.
Services include automotive aluminum and zinc die-casting machining, finishing, and assembly services.
Prettl Electric Corporation in Greenville, South Carolina.
A manufacturer of electromechanical systems for the automotive industry. Products include fuel level sensors, wire harnesses for planar sensors, ABS wheel speed sensors, wire harnesses for heavy duty vehicles as well as precision molded plastic component inserts.
Robert Bosch, LLC in Broadview, Illinois.
A manufacturer of anti-lock braking systems and other brake components such as calipers, discs, drums, hydraulics, roters. Other products include fuel injection components, emission control components, starters & alternators, airbag triggers, diodes, sensors, etc.
Rogers Corporation in Chandler, Arizona.
A manufacturer of electroluminescent lighting systems for instrument clusters, PRNDLs, radio & climate control panels, ambiance and accent lighting and display backlighting.
Samlip Alabama, LLC in Alexander City, Alabama.
Produces lighting assemblies and exterior mirrors.
SCHOTT North America, Inc. in Elmsford, New York.
A specialty materials provider. Automotive product applications include glass-to-metal seals for airbag igniters and fiber optic systems for lighting and in-vehicle infotainment.
SL America Corporation in Clinton, Tennessee.
A supplier of lamp systems including head lamps, rear lamps and fog lamps as well as center high mounted stop lamps (CHMSLs); chassis systems including parking auto shifters, manual shifters, park brake levers, pedals, fuel fillers caps and carrier-spare tires; mirror systems including outside rear view mirrors and inside mirrors, and front end module (FEM) systems including bumper beams, horns, hood-latches and sensors.
Stanley Electric U.S. Co., Ltd. in London, Ohio.
A supplier of automotive exterior lighting, automotive electronics, LED devices, heater controls, and bulbs, optical sensors, etc.
STMicroelectronics, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A global independent semiconductor company. Products include ICs for automotive systems, such as engine control, airbag, ABS, in-car entertainment, safety and control; circuits for toll systems.
StockCap in Arnold, Missouri.
A supplier of product protection solutions such as plastic caps and plugs, rubber plugs, rubber caps, and rubber stoppers for general protection of tubes, etc. and paint masking applications.
Stoneridge Electronics North America in El Paso, Texas.
Designs and manufactures electronic instrument clusters, driver message centers, power conversion products, multiplexed modules and electrical systems, and electronic switch modules that collect, store and display vehicle information, such as speed, pressure, maintenance data, trip information, operator performance, temperature, distance traveled, and driver messages related to vehicle performance.
TASUS Texas Corporation in Georgetown, Texas.
Automotive application areas include climate control components, engine/drivetrain components, interior trim, exterior trim, fluid reservoirs, air management components, lighting components and audio/acoustic components. Site operations include injection molding, blow molding, extrusion, in-mold decoration, and assembly.
TCO, Inc. in Corbin, Kentucky.
Produces motor vehicle headlights.
Telamon Industrial Solutions in Dayton, Ohio.
Specializes in electromechanical switches, wire harnesses, contract manufacturing, inspection, sorting with full design and engineering support for prototype, production, and past model service.
The LM Group in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
A full service injection molder with full tool building facilities. Capabilities include full program management for initial concept through production of component. Experience includes all thermoplastic resins and a wide range of engineered resins. Automotive products include boxes, electrical components, under-hood and dash support brackets, water deflectors and splash shields.
THHC Lighting in City of Industry, California.
A supplier of xenon, miniature, and sub-miniature lamps.
TLSI, Inc. in Huntington, New York.
Develops and manufactures products for the automotive and other industries utilizing CMOS, BiCMOS and Bipolar processes. Applications include engine controllers, power window controllers, airbag sensors, fluid (oil and coolant) level sensors, rear-window defoggers, keyless entry systems, ignition controllers, fuel injection controllers, dual battery controllers, microprocessor buffers, electronic horns, diesel engine controllers and windshield wiper controller.
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A supplier of electrical and electronic engine components.
Toyoda Gosei North America Corporation in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of interior and exterior products, body sealing systems, optoelectronics, fuel system/functional parts and safety systems.
Treemen Industries, Inc. in Boardman, Ohio.
A supplier of automotive lighting components and assemblies. Products capabilities include ignition key lamps, high mount stop lamps, license plate lamps, front and rear side marker lamps, fog lamp assemblies, etc. Processes include thermoplastic injection molding; manual or robotic spray basecoating; vacuum metallizing; and assembly.
Truck-Lite Company, Inc. in Falconer, New York.
A supplier of LED lifetime lighting, incandescent lamps and accessories for heavy-duty truck applications.
TT Electronics in Carrollton, Texas.
A manufacturing and solutions provider for magnetic, inductive, and optical sensing products including LED illumination and optical sensing covering the infrared, visible and ultraviolet spectrum. Offers standard as well as application specific products for automotive electronics and other industries. Automotive applications include speed and position sensors, cam, crank, transmission speed sensors, fiber optic devices & links, safety related sensors, security sensors, location and position feedback sensors, electric motor sensors, air conditioning compressor sensors, and LP gas sensors etc.
Valeo, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive components such as transmissions, climate control, engine cooling, lighting, electrical and wiper systems, motors and actuators, security systems, switches and electronics.
Valeo Sylvania LLC in Seymour, Indiana.
A manufacturer of automotive lighting systems. Products include front turn indicators headlamps, fog lamps, headlamp cleaning systems, manual & automatic leveling devices, side repeater lamps, center high mounted stop lamps, rear combination lamps and license plate lamps.
Varroc Lighting Systems in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of exterior lighting components such as headlamps, signal lamps, auxiliary lamps, projector systems, and electronic control modules.
Varroc Lighting Systems in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon.
Visteon Corporation in Van Buren Township, Michigan.
A supplier of complete automotive systems, modules, and single components in the following areas: chassis, climate control, electronics, exterior/interior systems, glass, fuel systems, engine management and powertrain controls.
Wamco, Inc. in Costa Mesa, California.
A supplier of backlighting solutions including subminiature incandescent lamps, miniature incandescent lamps, LEDs, halogens, fluorescents, etc. to the automotive industry.
Young Technology, Inc. in Addison, Illinois.
A designer, manufacturer and importer of automotive and motor industry components including leather wrapped components, shifter system components, oil seals, bearing components, motor laminations, molded rubber, molded plastic components, forged and formed steel components.