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Semiconductor Circuits  Profile

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Semiconductor Circuits  Company Overview

Semiconductor Circuits, Inc. started as a privately held company in 1966. Since inception the company has designed and manufactured AC to DC and DC to DC power converters for the OEM electronics industry.

In 1985 Semiconductor Circuits was purchased by Powertec, Inc., a manufacturer of open frame AC to DC power supplies for the computer industry. Semiconductor Circuits operated as a wholly owned subsidiary during this time. In 1988 Emerson Electric Company of St. Louis, MO. after purchasing the Powertec companies, made an equity swap of five companies including Semiconductor Circuits for an interest in Astec(BSR) Plc. Under this agreement, Semiconductor Circuits, Inc. operated as a wholly owned subsidiary of Astec America, a US subsidiary of Astec(BSR) Plc.

In 1998 Semiconductor Circuits, Inc. was purchased in a management buyout and is presently operated as a privately held women-owned company.

Semiconductor Circuits  Products

The types of products manufactured by Semiconductor Circuits include DC/DC converters, AC/DC power supplies, modified-standard and custom DC/DC converters.

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