Showing posts with label Discrete-Semiconductors. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Discrete-Semiconductors. Show all posts

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Fagor Electrónica - EMS and Semiconductors

Fagor Electrónica is a European company that develops and manufactures electronic components. Its main plant is located in Mondragón (Guipúzcoa).

Fagor Electrónica - EMS and Semiconductors

They manufacture Discrete semiconductors like Power diodes and thyristors. They also design remote data management systems and radio communications solutions. They also have Systems for digital and analogue TV.

Fagor Electrónica - EMS and Semiconductors

Fagor Electrónica was exhibiting at the Electronix 2016 in Athens where the whole range of products for TV installations were shown.

EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Services) Division
A lean, flexible company, excellent in terms of quality and service, with a focus to innovation.

Fagor Electrónica, S.Coop.
San Andrés, s/n E-20500 Mondragón, Spain

Monday, July 1, 2013

Diodes Inc and Zetex Semiconductor Products

"Zetex is a leading provider of high performance, analog semiconductor products for signal processing and power management. Headquartered near Manchester in the UK..."Diodes Inc and Zetex Semiconductor Products



Update - Zetex is now part of Diodes Inc..



Diodes Inc and Zetex Semiconductor Products



Diodes Incorporated is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality application specific standard products within the broad discrete, logic, and analog semiconductor markets.


  • Bipolar transistors

  • General power management

  • Motor control


ZXLD1350 Evaluation Board



ZXLD1350 Evaluation Board



The ZXLD1360 provides a 1A version of the same circuit topology, whereas the ZXLD1362 and ZXLD1366 are 60V options, ideally suited for linear LED arrays (comprising Cree XPE or XPG, for example) for T8 or T5 fluorescent tube retro-fit or system replacement.

Thursday, November 22, 2012

ROHM - Electronic Components

ROHM - Electronic Components

 

"ROHM Co. Ltd. was established in Kyoto, Japan, in 1958. ROHM designs and manufactures semiconductors, integrated circuits and other electronic components. These components find a home in the dynamic and ever-growing wireless, computer, automotive and consumer electronics markets....."

1954 - Toyo Electronics Industry established. Carbon film resistors developed and marketed.

1967 - Transistors and switching diode developed and marketed.



Company History Rohm


  • Discrete Semiconductors

  • Opto Electronics

  • LED / LCD Drivers

  • Sensor ICs

  • Laser Diodes

  • Contact Image Sensor


High speed Switching - High Voltage Resistance MOSFET Series

 

"ROHM expands its widely used lineup of high speed switching, high voltage resistance MOSFETs for PFC circuits in switching power supplies and main switch circuits with a variety of package types."



High speed Switching - High Voltage Resistance MOSFET Series

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Vishay - Discrete Semiconductors and Passive Components

Manufacturers of discrete semiconductors like diode rectifiers, transistors, and optoelectronics and even some ICs.



Brands- BCcomponents, Dale. General Semiconductor, Spectrol, Sprague, Telefunken.



The passive electronic components like resistors, capacitors, inductors, sensors, and transducers are also in the main section of thier product portfolio.



Vishay - Discrete Semiconductors and Passive Components



"In the 1950s, patents were issued for the PhotoStress products developed by Dr. Felix Zandman. These products reveal and measure stress distribution in airplanes, cars, and other structures under live load conditions. .....



Dr. Zandman, with the financial support of Alfred P. Slaner, founded Vishay in 1962 to develop and manufacture Bulk Metal foil resistors. The Company was named after the village in Lithuania ........" Vishay History



PowerPAK SC-75 - Vishay Mosfet



PowerPAK SC-75 Mosfet - Vishay



Gives designers ultra-low on-resistance and ultra-small size in one device for saving power in space-constrained handheld applications 



Ultra-Low On-Resistance and Size. low on-resistance, N-channel RDS(on) as low as 19 mΩ, P-channel RDS(on) as low as 25.5 mΩ.



Ultra-thin profile, down to 0.6 mm, Single and dual n- and p-channel versions available, including devices with on-resistance ratings down to 1.2 V.