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Shindengen  Profile

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Shindengen  Company Overview

Shindengen America, Inc. (SAI) is the North American subsidiary of Shindengen Electric Manufacturing Company, Ltd. (SEM), a Tokyo-based world leader in the development and manufacture of high-quality, reliable power conversion products including power semiconductors, custom AC/DC power supplies, DC/DC converters, telecom rectifiers, automotive electronics, and solenoids.

SAI was launched in 1987 to represent Shindengen's line of products in North America, and today has offices in Camarillo, CA, and Bannockburn, IL (Chicago area). SAI has developed an extensive national network of distributors and representatives to assist customers with specific applications needs. Customers utilize Shindengen products in markets such as automotive, computer, datacomm, factory automation, industrial control, office automation, power supplies, process control and telecommunications.

Shindengen  Products

The types of products manufactured by Shindengen include DC/DC Converter Modules, LED Power Supplies, AD/DC multi- & single-output power supplies, Solenoids, Diodes, Power MOSFETs, Power ICs, SIDACs, Power Zeners and Surge Absorbers.

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