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Continental Device India - CDIL  Profile

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Continental Device India - CDIL  Company Overview

Continental Device India Limited (CDIL) manufactured the first Silicon Semiconductor Devices in India in 1964. The Company was the first Electronic Components Manufacturer in India to have received the ISO certification in 1992 and presently is certified under the ISO/TS 16949 and ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems as well as the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System. CDIL continues to manufacture a wide range of quality Discrete Semiconductor components.

Continental Device India - CDIL  Products

The types of products manufactured by Continental Device India - CDIL include Transistors, Diodes, Rectifiers, Thyristors, Regulators, TVS, LED, and Capacitors.

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