Mitsubishi Electric provides semiconductors/devices including power modules and high power devices that handle the highly efficient control of power, optical devices that deliver the performance required in fibre-optic communication devices, high frequency devices that cover everything from radios and mobile phones to satellite communications, and the line of TFT-LCD modules that improve interfaces for information.
Mitsubishi Electric power modules are manufactured with state-of-the-art technologies that ensure the highest levels of performance and reliability while offering impressive energy savings for the products and systems they're used in. Our line-up of products is extensive, ranging from power modules developed to control high-voltage power generation, industrial manufacturing and railway systems to applications in home products, such as controlling the electricity used by air conditioners, washing machines and refrigerators. To maintain our market-leading position, the company's R&D activities aiming to realise further reductions in power consumption and size are ongoing.
High-power devices contribute to increased efficiency and energy savings by supporting the high-voltage, high-current and usage environment of rollers in steel works, electric power systems and the subway. From rectifier diodes to a variety of Thyristors and stacks, Mitsubishi Electric offers a broad range of new high power devices.
Mitsubishi Electric’s lineup of power semiconductors includes HVICs (High Voltage IC). An HVIC is a high-voltage IC with various built-in protection functions; it uses input signals from a microcomputer or other device to directly drive gates in power MOSFETs or IGBTs.
Mitsubishi Electric has long supported the advancement of wireless communication networks through the development of its high frequency devices. Products manufactured utilising the latest electronics and other technologies combined with newly developed high-performance materials have kept us in a market leading position. Our range of high-frequency devices are contributing to the wireless communications infrastructure, helping achieve more reliable wireless communications such as satellite communications, as well as smaller and more powerful mobile phones, and other high-performance network equipment.
Mitsubishi Electric is at the forefront of industry in the development and production of laser diodes and modules, including the latest optical fibre communications for broadband and telecommunications networks, and laser diodes for display and industrial applications. Renowned for energy savings, reliability and high performance, our advanced technologies and products can be found in use in major systems for the optical communications infrastructure, as well as in as applications for fibre-to-the-home (FTTH).
Mitsubishi Electric's thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display (TFT-LCD) modules are built for a wide variety of industrial uses, such as for measuring instruments, automatic teller machines (ATM), point-of-sale terminals (POS), factory automation equipment (FA) and more. Designed for high reliability, optimal visibility and enhanced viewability, Mitsubishi Electric's leading-edge TFT-LCD modules ensure optimum performance and excellent colour quality in a broad range of indoor and outdoor operating environments. The technologies behind them bring us one step closer to the realisation of true images with realistic colour and clear visibility in sunlight.
This infrared sensor incorporates thermal-diode infrared sensor technologies originally developed by Mitsubishi Electric to realise higher pixel and high-temperature resolution performance. By capturing the detailed thermal images of people, objects etc. and improving the performance of identifying people/objects and people’s movements, this sensor is ideal for crime prevention, surveillance systems, people-counting systems and air-conditioning systems.
With a highly-sensitive and high-S/N CMOS image sensor and an ASIC that incorporates a dedicated image processing unit and a high-precision A/D converter, Mitsubishi Electric's Contact Image Sensors deliver the world's fastest scanning speed in its class and digital output for maximum usability.