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Last ¥9,080 JPY
Change Today +80.00 / 0.89%
Volume 359.6K
6762 On Other Exchanges
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tdk corp (6762) Snapshot

Open
¥9,190
Previous Close
¥9,000
Day High
¥9,200
Day Low
¥9,030
52 Week High
06/24/15 - ¥10,450
52 Week Low
07/11/14 - ¥4,715
Market Cap
1.2T
Average Volume 10 Days
1.4M
EPS TTM
¥392.73
Shares Outstanding
129.6M
EX-Date
09/28/15
P/E TM
23.1x
Dividend
¥120.00
Dividend Yield
0.99%
Current Stock Chart for TDK CORP (6762)

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tdk corp (6762) Details

TDK Corporation manufactures and sells electronic components worldwide. The company operates through Passive Components, Magnetic Application Products, Film Application Products, and Other segments. The Passive Components segment provides ceramic capacitors, aluminum electrolytic capacitors, film capacitors, high-frequency components, piezoelectric materials, circuit protection components, and sensors, as well as inductive devices, such as coils, ferrite cores, and transformers. The Magnetic Application Products segment offers recording devices, power supplies, and magnets. The Film Application Products segment provides energy devices, such as rechargeable batteries; and applied films. The Other segment provides mechatronics equipment; and other related products. The company serves electronics and automotive markets. It was formerly known as Tokyo Denki Kagaku Kogyo K.K. and changed its name to TDK Corporation in 1983. TDK Corporation was founded in 1935 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

88,076 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/28/15
Founded in 1935

tdk corp (6762) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, General M...
Total Annual Compensation: ¥113.0M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

tdk corp (6762) Key Developments

RS Components and TDK Corp. Forge Distribution Agreement

RS Components has entered into a global agreement with TDK Corp. to distribute the Japan-based manufacturer's portfolio of TDK and EPCOS passive electronic components. The agreement consolidates the existing relationship between the two companies, and enables customers around the world to purchase a huge selection of TDK products direct from RS. RS stocks hundreds of passive components developed by TDK, including: ceramic, aluminium electrolytic and film capacitors, ferrites, inductors, protection devices, and high-frequency components such as surface acoustic wave (SAW) filter products and connectivity modules. These components are used in a diversity of applications across many market sectors, among them information and communication technology, consumer, automotive, and industrial electronics.

RS Components Enters into Global Agreement with TDK Corporation to Distribute the Portfolio of TDK and EPCOS Passive Electronic Components

RS Components has entered into a global agreement with TDK Corporation to distribute the portfolio of TDK and EPCOS passive electronic components. The agreement consolidates the existing relationship between the two companies, and enables customers around the world to purchase a huge selection of TDK products direct from RS. RS stocks hundreds of passive components developed by TDK, including: ceramic, aluminium electrolytic and film capacitors, ferrites, inductors, protection devices, and high-frequency components such as surface acoustic wave (SAW) filter products and connectivity modules. These components are used in a diversity of applications across many market sectors, among them information and communication technology, consumer, automotive, and industrial electronics.

TDK Corporation Announces the Introduction of High Temperature Resistant MLCC

TDK Corporation announced the introduction of high temperature resistant MLCCs with soft terminations, expanding the CGA series of MLCCs for automotive applications. These components employ electrodes made of conductive resins that provide effective protection against solder cracks caused by thermal cycling, flex cracks caused by stress to the PCB, and damage due to vibrations and shocks. In addition, the new CGA series of MLCCs employ an X8R dielectric material and are thus able offer stable capacitance values (15%) at temperatures from -55 C to +150 C. The new components are available in package sizes of IEC 1005 (EIA 0402) to IEC 3225 (EIA 1210) and offer rated capacitances ranging from 150 pF to 10 F and rated voltages from 16 V to 100 V. The new series include the worlds only X8R soft-termination MLCC in an IEC 1005 package. Thus, the company offers the broadest lineup of crack-resistant MLCCs designed for demanding automotive applications. These components are especially suitable for ECUs used in high temperature environments such as engine compartments and where space is at a premium as well as for use in smoothing and decoupling circuits. Mass production of the new MLCCs, which are qualified to AEC-Q200, will start in June 2015. Modern cars increasingly rely on electronic systems and implement electric operation, which has led to a drastic increase in the number of electronic components found in such vehicles. At the same time, there is a strong trend towards locating electronic control units in the engine compartment or near other structural parts in order to gain more space for passengers. Electronic components used for such applications must be able to withstand high temperatures and severe vibrations. The new MLCCs retain all the advantages of existing soft-termination products and are fully compliant with the industry's most stringent X8R specifications. Main features and benefits Suitable for harsh environmental conditions from -55 C up to +150 ?C High resistance against solder cracks caused by thermal cycling, flex cracks caused by stress to the PCB, and damage due to vibrations and shocks Wide capacitance range from 150 pF to 10 ?F Qualified to AEC-Q200 Key data Series Package size [IEC] Footprint [mm] Rated voltage [V] Capacitance CGA2 1005 (EIA 0402) 1.0 x 0.5 16 to 100 150 pF to 47 nF; CGA3 1608 (EIA 0603) 1.6 x 0.8 1 nF to 470 nF; CGA4 2012 (EIA 0805) 2.0 x 1.25 22 nF to 1 ?F; CGA5 3216 (EIA 1206) 3.2 x 1.6 100 nF to 4.7 ?F; and CGA6 3225 (EIA 1210) 3.2 x 2.5 470 nF to 10 ?F.

 

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