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TDK Epcos, Inc(TDK)

TDK Epcos, Inc(TDK)

EPCOS manufactures a large range of unique passive electronic components. From surface acoustic wave components, capacitors, and ceramic components to inductors and ferrites, EPCOS offers unrivaled performance for electronics applications.EPCOS is a professional company engaging in developing, manufacturing and marketing electronic components, modules and systems. EPCOS is focusing on fast-growing leading-edge technology markets, which include information and communications technology, automotive electronics, industrial electronics and consumer electronics. The company is headquartered in Munich, Germany and has establised a complete distribution network all over the world such as Europe, China, Singapore. Through years of development, EPCOS has developed a broad line of product which can be classified as: SAW components, ceramic components, capacitors and inductors. Most of the products are ROHS compatible. The SAW components (surface acoustic wave components) are key components of modern information and communications, especially important in audio and TV equipment as well as in mobile phones. Ceramic components are indispensable in automotive electronics and household appliances, in particular, but also in telecommunications and entertainment electronics. The ceramic components of EPCOS include surge arresters and switching spark gaps, sensors and sensor systems, thermistors, varistors, and a wide range of multilayer ceramic components, including piezo actuators and capacitors. Inductors are used in switch-mode power supplies for applications in information and communications technology, automotive, industrial and consumer electronics. Besides, capacitors are used throughout electrical engineering and electronics. The EPCOS's product portfolio covers aluminum electrolytic capacitors, film capacitors and power capacitors, and solutions for power factor correction.

Product Category

Integrated Circuits (ICs)

Discrete Semiconductors