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Last ¥8,120 JPY
Change Today -80.00 / -0.98%
Volume 593.2K
6963 On Other Exchanges
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Tokyo
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As of 2:00 AM 07/6/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

rohm co ltd (6963) Snapshot

Open
¥8,100
Previous Close
¥8,200
Day High
¥8,140
Day Low
¥8,070
52 Week High
03/23/15 - ¥9,140
52 Week Low
07/11/14 - ¥5,560
Market Cap
920.8B
Average Volume 10 Days
591.8K
EPS TTM
¥420.13
Shares Outstanding
113.4M
EX-Date
09/28/15
P/E TM
19.3x
Dividend
¥130.00
Dividend Yield
1.60%
Current Stock Chart for ROHM CO LTD (6963)

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rohm co ltd (6963) Details

ROHM Co., Ltd. manufactures and sells electronic components in Japan, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. The company operates through ICs, Discrete Semiconductor Devices, and Modules segments. It offers analog, logic, and memory ICs, as well as ASICs for use in memory, amplifier and linear, power management, clocks and timers, switch and multiplexer, logic, data converter, sensors and MEMS, display drivers, motor/actuator drivers, interface, communication and speech synthesis LSI, microcontrollers, and audio and video products. The company also provides discrete semiconductor products, such as transistors and diodes; power devices that include SiC power devices and IGBT; and optoelectronics, including LEDs, LED displays, laser diodes, optical sensors, IrDA infrared communication products, and remote control receivers. In addition, it offers passive components comprising resistors and tantalum capacitors; modules, such as power modules, wireless communication modules, contact image sensor heads, print heads, and batteryless radio modules; and commercial products, which comprise LED lightings, Intel chipsets, and B-analyst, a blood analysis system. The company’s products are used for the industrial, energy, security, automotive and transportation, medical and healthcare, computers and peripherals, communications and telecom, audio-visual, and home appliances and lighting applications. It was formerly known as Toyo Electronics Industry Corporation and changed its name to ROHM Co., Ltd. in 1981. The company was founded in 1958 and is headquartered in Kyoto, Japan.

20,843 Employees
Last Reported Date: 04/30/15
Founded in 1958

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rohm co ltd (6963) Key Developments

ROHM Announces Development of AC/DC Converter Control IC Designed Specifically for SiC MOSFET Drive in Industrial Equipment

ROHM announced the development of an AC/DC converter control IC designed specifically for SiC MOSFET drive in industrial equipment such as servers and other large power applications. The BD7682FJ-LB allows easy implementation of SiC MOSFETs with AC/DC converters. AC/DC converter design has proved challenging when using discrete configurations due to the large number of components required. In contrast, ROHM's latest product provides a highly integrated solution and creates new standards for energy savings and miniaturization while supporting the adoption of SiC power semiconductors that provide breakthrough levels of efficiency and performance. Compared to silicon MOSFETs used in conventional AC/DC converters, SiC MOSFETs help improve AC/DC converter efficiency by up to 6%. Furthermore, components used for heat dissipation are not required, leading to greater compactness. The BD7682FJ-LB also includes multiple protection functions that enable support for high voltages up to 690VAC, making them ideal for general industrial equipment requiring high reliability. In recent years there has been an increasing trend to conserve energy in all areas, making it necessary to adopt advanced power semiconductors and power supply ICs. Among these, SiC power semiconductors are expected to gain ground over silicon solutions due to their higher voltage capability, greater energy savings, and more compact form factor. However, until now there has not been a control IC that can sufficiently draw out the performance of SiC MOSFETs, particularly in AC/DC converter systems. As a result designers are faced with numerous problems related to power consumption and stability in a variety of high power applications. To meet these needs, ROHM utilizes market-proven analogy technology with SiC power semiconductor expertise to develop the industry's first AC/DC converter controller specialized for driving SiC MOSFETs. Key features include: Provides breakthrough energy savings The BD7682FJ-LB [1] integrates a gate drive circuit optimized for SiC MOSFET drive by combining analog design technology with SiC power semiconductor development expertise. In addition, a quasi-resonant system delivers lower noise and higher efficiency vs conventional PWM methods, making it possible to maximize the performance of SiC MOSFETs used in AC/DC converters, resulting in significant power savings; Contributes to unmatched miniaturization: Unlike with conventional Si MOSFETs, adopting SiC MOSFETs (which feature superior performance at high temperatures) in AC/DC converters eliminates the need for components used for heat dissipation, contributing to smaller, lighter AC/DC converter designs. Support for higher switching frequencies (i.e. 120kHz) is also ensured, expanding applicability while improving efficiency and lowering magnetic component costs (such as inductors); Supports high voltage operation up to 690VAC Multiple protection circuits enable high voltage operation in AC/DC converters up to 690VAC "ideal for general 400VAC industrial applications. And in addition to overvoltage protection for the supply voltage pin and a brown in/out (undervoltage) countermeasure for the input voltage pin, overcurrent and secondary overvoltage protection functions are included, ensuring continuous operation in industrial equipment while improving reliability considerably.

ROHM Co., Ltd. Board Revised Dividend Guidance for Year Ended March 31, 2015

ROHM Co., Ltd., at its board meeting held on April 30, 2015, resolved to revise the year-end dividend of the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015 to ¥85 on the basis of the financial results of the year, although it was estimated to be ¥45 according to the announcement on November 6, 2014.

ROHM Co., Ltd., Annual General Meeting, Jun 26, 2015

ROHM Co., Ltd., Annual General Meeting, Jun 26, 2015. Agenda: To consider the revision of dividend of the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015.

 

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