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Dynotron, Inc. Signs Ingredient Branding and Trademark License Agreement with Cree, Inc.

Salt Lake City, UT-- 09/09/13 -- Dynotron, Inc., an electronic engineering company that designs, develops and manufactures custom LED lighting and driver controls, today announced that it has signed an Ingredient Branding and Trademark License Agreement with Cree, Inc. “We are excited to have a strategic branding agreement with Cree to let our customers know we’re using the best of the best,” says James Saffari, President of Dynotron. Cree, Inc. (www.cree.com), headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, is a market-leading innovator of lighting-class power LEDs. Cree will be providing their XLamp XP-G LEDs for use in a portable, hazardous location lighting line. The XLamp XP-G LEDs are optimized for high lumen directional lighting applications. The XP-G LED sets a new standard for light output and efficacy in a small form factor LED. For more information about the XLamp XP-G LEDs, you can find Cree’s data sheet for this product here. Going forward, this branding agreement allows Dynotron, Inc. to display the Cree logo on its website, marketing materials and packaging.

About Dynotron, Inc.
Dynotron, Inc. is an electronic engineering firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah offering full service product development, prototyping, hardware, software and mechanical design services, PCB layout, high-speed design analysis, circuit board assembly and testing for electronic products across multiple markets. Dynotron, Inc. designs and manufactures LED lighting and driver controls, capacitive touch pads, motor controls and card readers. These products are sold all over the world. Dynotron, Inc. has strategic partnerships with Digi-key Corporation, one of the largest component distributors in the world as well as Texas Instruments, Altium and Fujitsu. 

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