Rectron Semiconductor and New Yorker Electronics Sign New Distribution Agreement
Global Franchise Distributor to be New Source for Rectron Discrete Semiconductors, Rectifiers, MOSFETS, Transistors and More
Established in 1976, Rectron manufactures state-of-the-
Rectron Semi devices are produced in a variety of topologies in various axial-lead and surface-mount packages. Several are available with HiRel glass passivated junction construction to increase long term reliability in order to meet the rigorous AEC-Q101 automotive standards.
"We welcome New Yorker Electronics impressive distribution history and look forward to leveraging their expertise and key relationships to further expand our discrete semiconductor product offering," said Joe Cota, VP of Sales & Marketing for Rectron Semiconductor, Inc.
"We're excited to offer our customers materials from a semiconductor manufacturing power house like Rectron," said Barry Slivka, President of New Yorker Electronics. "This gives our customers around the world an abundance of options in quality discrete semiconductors as well as superior bridge, Schottky and fast recovery devices."
As a franchise distributor for Rectron Semiconductor, New Yorker Electronics supplies its full line of Bridge Rectifiers, ESD Diodes, High Voltage Rectifiers, Recovery Rectifiers, Schottky Diodes, Signal-Switching Diodes, Silicon Carbide (Sic) Schottky, Standard Rectifiers, Transistors, Transient Voltage Suppressor (TVS) Diodes, Zener Diodes and MOSFETs.
New Yorker Electronics is a certified franchised distributor of electronic components, well known for its full product lines, large inventories and competitive pricing since 1948. New Yorker Electronics is an AS9120B and ISO 9001:2015 certified source of capacitors, resistors, semi-conductors, connectors, filters, inductors and more, and operates entirely at heightened military and aerospace performance levels. It also functions in strict accordance with AS5553 and AS6496 standards — verifying that it has implemented industry standards into everyday practices to thwart the proliferation of counterfeit parts. It is a member of ECIA (Electronics Component Industry Association)
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