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Cherry Semiconductor - On Semiconductor  Profile

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Cherry Semiconductor - On Semiconductor  Company Overview

Founded in 1972, Cherry Semiconductor Corporation supplies high quality, high volume standard, semi-custom and custom linear bipolar and power BiCMOS products to automotive, computer, and industrial markets worldwide.

Cherry Semiconductor became a wholly owned subsidiary of ON Semiconductor in July, 2000.

Cherry Semiconductor - On Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Cherry Semiconductor - On Semiconductor include Dual Output Drivers, Half-Bridge Stepper Motor Drivers, Half-Bridge Drivers, Dual H-Bridge Air-Core Gauge Drivers, Current Mode PWM Controllers, Single Air-Core Gauge Drivers, Injector Solenoid Drivers, Single Coil Pre-drivers, Dual Output CPU Buck Controllers, High Performance Dual Channel Current Mode Controllers, Linear Controller/Drivers, and Stepper Motor Drivers with Buffered Speed Signal Outputs.

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