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Questsensors JFET – ‘Best in class performance’

Semefab affiliate Questsensors JFET approved by the Max Plank Institut The Dst Sensor Technologies ltd a sister company to Quest – Charge resettable JFET SF291 has just been approved by the Max Plank Institut fur Kern Physik in Heidelberg for the LEGEND project proving best in class performance for low intrinsic radioactivity, low noise and …

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Questsensors affiliate company to provide over 10M chips to fight coronavirus

SNP Westminster Commend Questsensors Semefab SNP WESTMINSTER PRESS OFFICESNP Leader’s Office, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AAFor immediate release: Monday 6th April 2020 SNP COMMEND FIFE MANUFACTURER FOR PLAYING KEY ROLE IN TACKLING CORONAVIRUS.  SEMEFAB SUPPLYING OVER 10 MILLION VITAL MEDICAL COMPONENTS ACROSS GLOBE SNP MP Peter Grant has commended Fife manufacturer Semefab for meeting increased …

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Semefab chips in demand

Chinese manufacturers of non-contact temperature sensors come to Semefab to provide chips. Questsensors sister company, Semefab,  has been supplying chips into the China market for CCTV cameras and Passive Infra Red (PIR) Sensors for energy-saving security lighting for more than 15 years and has built up an excellent reputation as a cost-effective supplier of high-performance …

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Semefab & UWS produce cutting edge anti-virus technology

Academics from UWS (University of the West of Scotland) have played a key role in the production of innovative thin film-based chips that will help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Working in partnership with Glenrothes-based semi-conductor foundry Semefab, researchers Professor Des Gibson and Dr David Hutson – of UWS’s Institute of Thin Films, Sensors and Imaging (ITFSI) – have produced …

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Semefab on war footing against coronavirus

“…In the global effort against the COVID-19 pandemic we’re ready to supply any company in the United Kingdom and indeed around the world that is manufacturing vital equipment or devices. We’re currently working to supply in excess of 10 million non-contact temperature measuring chips in addition to ultra low pressure sensors for respirators and anaesthesia …

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