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Open
¥5,020
Previous Close
¥4,975
Day High
¥5,040
Day Low
¥5,010
52 Week High
01/23/14 - ¥5,360
52 Week Low
08/1/13 - ¥3,335
Market Cap
650.5B
Average Volume 10 Days
794.0K
EPS TTM
¥129.88
Shares Outstanding
129.6M
EX-Date
09/26/14
P/E TM
38.7x
Dividend
¥80.00
Dividend Yield
1.39%
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tdk corp (6762) Details

TDK Corporation engages in the manufacture and sale of electronic components worldwide. The company’s Passive Components segment offers saw filters for processing radio waves, thin film common mode filters that are used in high speed data communications for reducing noise; and multi layer ceramic chip capacitors, which are used in hybrid and other electric vehicles, as well as various electronic equipment for storing electricity. Its Magnetic Application Products segment provides neodymium magnets that are used in hybrid electric vehicles and electric vehicles, and wind power generation turbines; power supplies for LED equipment that converts AC to DC; and magnets heads that are used in hard disk drives for recording data. The company’s Applied Film Products segment offers lithium-ion polymer batteries and other products that include rechargeable batteries for small mobile equipment, which are used for storing electricity. Its Other segment provides flip-chip mounters, which are devices that automatically mount and join integrated circuits on a circuit board. The company’s products also include ferrites, transformers, noise suppression sheets/magnetic sheets, anechoic chambers/radio wave absorbers, thermal print head products, RF components/SAW components and modules, FA systems, ITO transparent conductive films/hard coat films, aluminum electrolyte capacitors, EMC components, inductors, sensors/actuators, piezo electric products/buzzers, and protection devices, as well as flash memory controllers/compact flash cards/solid state drives. Its products are primarily used in mobile phones, PCs, electric household appliances, OA equipment, and automobiles, as well as industrial and medical equipment. The company was formerly known as Tokyo Denki Kagaku Kogyo K.K. and changed its name to TDK Corporation in 1983. TDK Corporation was founded in 1935 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

83,581 Employees
Last Reported Date: 06/27/14
Founded in 1935

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TDK Corporation Announces Executive Changes

TDK Corporation announced the following changes in personnel and responsibilities decided by resolution of the Board of Directors at a meeting held on June 27, 2014. Changes in executive's responsibilities as of June 27, 2014: Atsuo Kobayashi, Director, Executive Vice President, in charge of Power Systems Business Group, Magnet Products Business Group, Data Storage & Thin Film Technology Components Business Group, Applied Films Business Group, Flash Memory Applied Devices Business Division, EMC & RF Engineering Business Division as Director, Executive Vice President, in charge of Applied Films Business Group, Flash Memory Applied Devices Business Division, EMC & RF Engineering Business Division General Manager of Magnet Products Business Group General Manager of Power Systems Business Group. Junji Yoneyama, Director, Senior Vice President, General Manager of Administration HQ as Director, Senior Vice President, In charge of Corporate Systems Reformation, Human Resources, General Affairs, Legal, CSR Promotion and Keiichi Imamoto, Corporate Officer, General Manager of Magnet Products Business Group as Corporate Officer, Deputy General Manager of Magnet Products Business Group.

TDK Corporation Announces the Introduction of High Voltage Units Within the TDK-Lambda Z+ Series of 200W and 400W Programmable DC Power Supplies

TDK Corporation announced the introduction of high voltage units within the TDK-Lambda Z+ Series of 200W and 400W programmable DC power supplies. The new Z+ high voltage series is offered with output voltages of up to 160, 320 or 650Vdc extending the line-up from 100Vac maximum. These higher voltages address the requirements for applications such as deposition processes, ROVs, ATE systems as well as general laboratory and industrial use. Carrying a 5-year warranty, the TDK-Lambda Z+ high voltage series shares the same features and compact dimensions as the other Z+ ranges and achieves efficiencies of up to 86%. The units can operate in either constant current or constant voltage modes and accept a universal (85-265Vac) input. Higher power systems can be achieved by connecting up to 6 units in parallel in master-slave configuration. To increase the output voltage or to provide a bipolar output, up to 2 identical units may be connected in series with external diodes. All models can be programmed via the front panel or remotely by using the built-in USB, RS232 /RS485 or analogue control interfaces. Optional LAN, GPIB (IEEE488) and isolated analogue programming interfaces are also available. CE marked for EMC and in accordance with the LV (low voltage) and RoHS Directives, the Z+ high voltage series conforms to EN55022/EN55024, as well as IEC/EN61326-1 for conducted (FCC part-15-B and VCCI-B) and radiated (FCC part-15-A and VCCI-A) EMI. Safety approvals include UL/EN/IEC61010-1, and the Z+ high voltage series is designed to meet UL/EN60950-1.

TDK Life on Record Launches New TREK Max Wireless Speaker

TDK Life on Record announced U.S. availability of its new company TREK Max wireless speaker, the newest addition to the company TREK family of weatherproof audio offerings. The company TREK Micro Bluetooth Wireless Speaker is now available. The durable TREK Max speaker features a rugged, weatherized design that protects it from the elements, giving users the confidence to take their favorite music to any environment at the beach, on the playing field or in the backyard. Bluetooth streaming allows TREK Max users to truly "unplug," and its integrated NFC-capability makes it even easier to pair an NFC-enabled device to the speaker. The TREK Max speaker also includes built in track controls that let users play, pause and skip tracks, while their Bluetooth device is safely tucked away. The portable speaker, which measures 9.5 inches wide and weighs 2.75 pounds, maintains the sleek, minimalist look of the current TREK speaker family portfolio. The speaker also provides hands-free speakerphone functionality, allowing users to switch from music to calls with ease, and its auxiliary input ensures the TREK Max speaker is compatible with almost any device. Additional product features and benefits include: Bluetooth wireless technology supports A2DP, HFP and HSP protocols for high quality wireless audio. Weatherized design certified to an IP64 rating under international standard IEC 60529 protects against splashing water and dust. Rechargeable battery offers freedom to take music with enjoy up to eight hours of audio on a single charge. Total size: 9.5 inches W x 3.8 inches H x 2 inches D. Total weight: 2.75 pounds. Includes two front full-range drivers and one subwoofer. 3.5 mm stereo auxiliary input. USB charging port (1 amp) charges MP3 player or smartphone while listen. The company TREK Max wireless speaker is available in the U.S. at Amazon.com for the U.S. manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of $199.95. In addition, the brand announced U.S. availability for the TREK Micro Bluetooth Wireless Speaker on Amazon.com for the U.S. MSRP of $79.95. Measuring in at three and a quarter inches square and less than half a pound, the speaker could go virtually unnoticed when attached to backpack, belt loop or purse, making it an ideal companion for any active music fan. Additional product features and benefits include: Bluetooth wireless technology for high-quality streaming audio. Weatherized design protects against splashing water and dust (IP64 rated under international standard IEC 60529). Near Field Communication for simple Bluetooth pairing with an NFC-enabled device. TrueWireless Stereo allows pairing of two TREK Micro speakers for stereo audio. Rechargeable battery lasts up to 6 hours. 3.5mm auxiliary input plays music from any device with a headphone jack. 3.5mm auxiliary output makes a standard speaker Bluetooth technology enabled. Rechargeable battery powered by USB for easy charging on the go. Carabineer included total size: 3.25 inches W x 3.25 inches H x 1.14 inches D, Total weight: 0.4 pounds.

 

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