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Kodenshi - Kodenshi AUK  Profile

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Kodenshi - Kodenshi AUK  Company Overview

The Kodenshi Corporation was founded in 1972 in Kyoto, Japan, as a manufacturer of discrete optical components. AUK Corporation was started in South Korea in 1984 focused on design and production of semiconductor products. In July, 2010, Kodenshi acquired AUK Corporation and renamed the company the Kodenshi AUK Group.

Kodenshi - Kodenshi AUK  Products

The types of products manufactured by Kodenshi - Kodenshi AUK include Detectors, Emitters, Photo ICs, Optic Receiver Modules, Photo Couplers, IrDA, Photo Interrupters, Photo Sensors, LEDs, LED Print Headers, and Optical Communication Devices.

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