Anpec Electronics Corporation

About Anpec Electronics Corporation

Anpec Electronics Corporation designs power ICs, mixed signal ICs, and power discrete devices in Taiwan. Its primary products include power management ICs, audio amplifier ICs, LCD controller/driver ICs, hall effect ICs, and power MOSFETs. The company also provides switching regulators, lighting and display products, linear regulators, switches, LCD bias convertors, battery powered systems, DVR powered systems, audio products, analog to digital converters, battery management solutions, voltage supervisors, and motor drivers. Its products are used in various applications, including motherboards, VGA cards, notebooks, mobiles, PND systems, LCD TVs, LCD panels, fans, inverters, WLAN cards, and ATX power supply products, as well as in communication IC and micro-controller applications. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Hsinchu City, Taiwan.

茂達電子成立於1997年10月,為台灣第一家掛牌之Power IC(功率積體電路)設計公司。為滿足高端市場需求,茂達電子於2000年啟動轉型,大幅建置數位/混合 IC 設計能量與相關產品線,成為Power-based mix-signal IC 供應商,提供客戶完整的Mix-signal IC 解決方案。

6138.TWO Taiwan

118.5USD6.5 (+5.49%)

• At close Thu Oct 06 2022

Taipei Exchange exchange

Sector: Technology

Industry: Semiconductors

Location Taiwan, Hsinchu City

Grade: ADA

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