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Semicoa  Profile

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Semicoa  Company Overview

SEMICOA is a leader in the design and development of silicon photodiodes and small signal and power transistors for high-reliability military/aerospace and commercial markets. Beginning in 1968 Semicoa has specialized in the manufacturing of discrete silicon semiconductors focusing on small signal transistors and optoelectronics.

SEMICOA has a complete line of standard products and can design custom components. The design, development and wafer fabrication operations are located in Southern California.

Semicoa  Products

The types of products manufactured by Semicoa include Optoelectronics/Photodiodes, X-array Series photodiode arrays, NPN Transistors, Transistor Lead Finishes, PNP Transistors, Transistor Lead Finishes, Transistor Chips, Custom Transistors, and Transistor Lead Finishes.

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