Last $26.80 USD
Change Today -0.26 / -0.96%
Volume 76.4K
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diodes inc (DIOD) Snapshot

Open
$26.58
Previous Close
$27.06
Day High
$27.00
Day Low
$26.52
52 Week High
06/10/14 - $30.79
52 Week Low
10/10/14 - $19.66
Market Cap
1.3B
Average Volume 10 Days
130.9K
EPS TTM
$1.19
Shares Outstanding
47.6M
EX-Date
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P/E TM
22.5x
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diodes inc (DIOD) Details

Diodes Inc. and its subsidiaries make and distribute standard semiconductor products to manufacturers in the consumer electronic, computer, communications, industrial, and automotive markets. Its products include discrete semiconductor products, including performance Schottky rectifiers; performance Schottky diodes; Zener diodes and performance Zener diodes; recovery rectifiers; bridge rectifiers; small signal bipolar transistors; prebiased transistors; thyristor surge protection devices; and transient voltage suppressors. Diodes also provides high-density diode, transistor, and mixed technology arrays; silicon wafers; and analog and mixed signal devices. The company was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Westlake Village, Calif.

4,201 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/27/14
Founded in 1959

diodes inc (DIOD) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Director ...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.2M
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting...
Total Annual Compensation: $533.1K
Senior Vice President of Operations, Presiden...
Total Annual Compensation: $489.2K
Vice President of Worldwide Discrete Products
Total Annual Compensation: $460.3K
Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing
Total Annual Compensation: $461.8K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

diodes inc (DIOD) Key Developments

Diodes Incorporated Introduces 5V Single-Channel Load Switch

Diodes Incorporated has introduced a 5V single-channel load switch with programmable soft-start and discharge rate. The ultra-low on-resistance AP22800 N-channel switch reduces volt drop and power dissipation and offers continuous current handling of 6.0A, providing tighter regulation of system power delivery in ultrabooks and tablets. Simple to program, the device's start-up and discharge rates are set using an external capacitor and external resistor, respectively. The load switch also provides an open-drain 'power-good' output flag to signal target output voltage has been achieved. The AP22800 is designed to operate from 1.5V to 5V, giving it the flexibility to support 1.8V, 2.5V, 3.3V and 5V system rails. Its quiescent current is also low at 21µA, making it well-suited for cell-backed distributed power systems, where power conservation is vital. To help increase power density, the load switch is provided in the thermally efficient, low-profile DFN2116-8, which features a footprint of only 3.36mm2.

Diodes Incorporated Announces Two New H-bridge Devices

Diodes Incorporated announced two new H-bridge devices: the DMHC4035LSD and the DMHC3025LSD. This pair of MOSFET H-bridges simplifies motor driving and inductive wireless charging circuits by cutting component count and reducing PCB footprint by 50%. The 40V-rated H-bridge, the DMHC4035LSD, is targeted at meeting the requirements of automotive motor driving applications, whereas the 30V-rated H-bridge, the DMHC3025LSD, is suitable for 12V single-phase fan applications. By packaging dual N-channel and dual P-channel MOSFETs to make a full H-bridge in just a single 5mm x 6mm SO-8 footprint, the DMHC3025LSD and DMHC4035LSD replace the equivalent four SOT23 or two SO-8 packages for a wide range of space-constrained automotive and industrial applications, including: low-power DC brushless motor driving, fan control and similar requirements for driving inductive loads.

Diodes Incorporated Extends Line of Ultra-Small Discrete Products for Space-Critical Product Design

Diodes Incorporated has extended its line of ultra-small discrete products for space-critical product design. The company has announced a trio of small-signal MOSFETs in the tiny DFN0606 package: 20V and 30V rated N-channel transistors and a 30V rated p-channel part. With a footprint measuring only 0.6mm x 0.6mm, each device takes 40% less board space than the commonly used DFN1006 (aka SOT883) packaged MOSFETs, making them an ideal choice for next-generation wearable tech, tablets and smartphones. Able to deliver better or equivalent electrical performance than many of the larger package parts, the DMN2990UFZ (20V nMOS), the DMN31D5UFZ (30V nMOS) and DMP32D9UFZ (30V pMOS) have been designed to minimize on-state resistance while still maintaining a superior switching performance. In addition, a typical threshold voltage of less than 1V means a lower 'turn-on', suiting single-cell operation.

 

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