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Lite-on Semiconductor  Profile

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Lite-on Semiconductor  Company Overview

Lite-on Semiconductor's Discrete Division manufacturers several types of diode rectifiers, including bridge rectifiers and SMD diodes, which are used in telecomm equipment, monitors, power supply devices and automotive modules.

Lite-on Semiconductor  Products

The types of products manufactured by Lite-on Semiconductor include Standard Recovery Rectifiers, Fast Recovery Rectifiers, Super Fast & Ultra Fast Recovery Rectifiers, Schottky Rectifiers, Bridge Rectifiers, Transient Voltage Suppressors & Zener Devices, Thyristor Surge Protective Devices, and Thyristor Devices.

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