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Market Cap
220.0M
Average Volume 10 Days
48.2K
EPS TTM
SFr.0.23
Shares Outstanding
29.7M
EX-Date
03/25/14
P/E TM
32.9x
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SFr.0.05
Dividend Yield
0.68%
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micronas semiconductor-reg (MASN) Details

Micronas Semiconductor Holding AG designs, manufactures, and sells sensor-based system solutions for automotive and industrial electronics customers worldwide. The company offers hall switches, linear hall sensors, direct angle sensors, current transducers, gas sensors, and embedded microcontrollers for smart actuators. Its products are used in various automotive and industrial applications comprising powertrains, chassis and body, safety and security, heavy machines/factory automation, white goods/home appliances, drivetrains, engine management, and convenience functions, as well as in building, home, and office automation applications. The company was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland.

912 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/20/14
Founded in 1989

micronas semiconductor-reg (MASN) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Member of Managem...
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.511.0K
Chief Financial Officer and Member of Managem...
Total Annual Compensation: SFr.225.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

micronas semiconductor-reg (MASN) Key Developments

Micronas Introduces the Next Generation of High Pecision Pogrammable Hall Switches, HAL 1002

Micronas announced its next  generation of high precision programmable Hall switches, HAL 1002. Typical target applications are for example headlight adjustment or brake-pedal position detection, where switching accuracy is required for safety reasons. In addition, HAL 1002 also offers ESD robustness of up to 8 kV, fitting the needs of ESD-critical applications such as all applications in and around the passenger seat. As an end-of-line programmable switch, HAL 1002 provides several benefits to customers when compared to pre-programmed sensors:  HAL 1002 enables the customers to increase their production yield by special compensating for mechanical tolerances or to simplify the production process and minimize total cost of ownership by using one sensor for different applications, significantly reducing logistic, qualification and manufacturing costs. The integrated non-volatile memory, consisting of redundant EEPROM cells, enables various customization potential by programming the switching thresholds, the sensor type (unipolar or latch), the output behaviour (direct or inverted) and a south or north pole sensitivity as well as several  temperature coefficients, tailoring the device to all common used magnetic materials. As a feature when comparing to other competitive products, the HAL 1002 allows the customer to program the switching thresholds Bon and Boff independently from each other in the extreme wide magnetic range of ±150 mT and in very small steps of 0.5% with a maximum threshold precision of ±0.1%. With that, HAL 1002 provides currently on the market the programming flexibility and thus the best adjustment to customer's application setup during their manufacturing process. A self-learning function called TCOST (Total Compensation of System Tolerances) allows for the independent programming of the two switching thresholds. TCOST enables gauging of the complete system between the two calibration points with a 12-Bit resolution. Therefore, the user sets the sensor at position Bon /  Boff and gives the command to read out and to program the exact digital value into the memory. The programming of the EEPROM can be repeated as long as the lock bit is not set. In order to provide an easy programming setup, the HAL 1002 is programmable by modulating the supply voltage, avoiding additional programming pins. Like all other products from Micronas, also the HAL 1002 services the quality requirements of the automotive industry, including a full AEC Q-100 qualification.

Micronas Semiconductor Holding AG Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the Year Ended December 2013; Provides Earnings Guidance for the Year 2014

Micronas Semiconductor Holding AG reported consolidated earnings results for the fourth quarter and year ended December 2013. For the quarter, the company reported net sales of CHF 37.4 million compared to CHF 39.0 million, operating profit (EBIT) of CHF 2.3 million compared to CHF 3.2 million, EBITDA of CHF 5.0 million compared to CHF 6.1 million, net loss CHF 0.5 million or CHF 0.01 per share compared to net profit of CHF 6.1 million or CHF 0.09 per share for the third quarter of 2013. Cash flow from operating activities was CHF 4.0 million compared to CHF 6.6 million for the last year. For the year, the company reported net sales came up to CHF 152 million compared to CHF 168.5 million, operating profit (EBIT) of CHF 8.1 million compared to CHF 24.2 million in last year. Profit for the year under review still came to CHF 6.6 million or CHF 0.23 per share compared to CHF 19.3 million or CHF 0.66 per share for the last year. Cash flow from operating activities came to CHF 10.6 million compared to CHF 23.6 million in last year. The company reported EBITDA of CHF 19.4 million compared to CHF 35.5 million The company expected to see sales of around CHF 78 million for the first half of 2014. The EBIT margin is expected to be in the lower single digit percentage range.

Micronas Group Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months of 2013; Provides Sales Guidance for the Financial Year 2013

Micronas Group reported consolidated earnings results for the third quarter and nine months of 2013. For the quarter, the company’s net sales increased to CHF 39.0 million against CHF 38.271 million reported in the previous quarter. EBIT was CHF 3.2 million against CHF 2.088 million reported in the previous quarter. Profit was CHF 2.6 million or CHF 0.09 per share against CHF 3.479 million or CHF 0.11 per share reported in the previous quarter. EBITDA was CHF 6.065 million against CHF 4.937 million reported in the previous quarter. Cash flow from operating activities was CHF 6.571 million against CHF 0.986 million reported in the previous quarter. For the first nine months of 2013 the Company achieved sales of CHF 114.5 million, compared with CHF 130.3 million for the equivalent period of 2012. The main reason for this decline is the continuing weakness of the Japanese yen. Also, consumer products contributed to the figures last year but were discontinued at the end of 2012. Operating profit was CHF 5.8 million against CHF 19.717 million a year ago. Profit was CHF 7.1 million CHF 16.639 million a year ago. Earnings per share for the first nine months was CHF 0.24 against CHF 0.56 a year ago. EBITDA was CHF 14.433 million against CHF 28.296 million a year ago. Cash flow from operating activities was CHF 6.643 million against CHF 18.904 million a year ago. The company expects to see sales of around CHF 150 million for the financial year 2013.

 

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