Elmos Semiconductor SE

About Elmos Semiconductor SE

Elmos Semiconductor SE, together with its subsidiaries, develops, produces, and markets semiconductors and sensors primarily for use in the automotive industry worldwide. It offers sensor ICs, which include ultrasonic distance, sensor signal processor, integrated absolute pressure system, optical IR sensor, ToF imager, and passive infrared ICs; interface ICs, such as PSI5 transceivers, LIN/CAN, and KNX/EIB transceivers; and special project products comprising ASIC design, as well as automotive safety, engine management, and relay driver ICs. The company also provides motor control ICs, including stepper, brushless DC, and DC motor controller ICs; and power management ICs, such as LED driver, DC/DC converter, and low dropout regulator ICs. Its products are used in automotive applications comprising ADAS and safety, body and convenience, infotainment, lighting, and powertrain; and smart home and industrial automation applications. The company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Dortmund, Germany.


ELG.F Germany

43USD0.7 (-1.63%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

Frankfurt exchange

Sector: Technology

Industry: Semiconductors

Location Germany, Dortmund

Grade: ACA

1,290,118,330 USD
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