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FDK Corporation  Profile

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FDK Corporation  Company Overview

FDK Corporation was founded in February, 1950 in Japan. The FDK Group manufactures various products from electronic materials to components and high quality batteries globally.

FDK Corporation  Products

The types of products manufactured by FDK Corporation include Hybrid modules for LCDs & PDPs, VCOs, Switching power supplies, Converters, Optical isolators, Optical attenuators, Stepper motors, Ferrite cores for Displays, Ferrite cores for EMC, Coil devices, Alkaline batteries, Carbon-zinc batteries, and Lithium batteries.

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