Yesterday (6), Lunda Electronics announced the first quarter consolidated financial statements. The first quarter consolidated revenue was NT$2,168 million, down 10.4% from the previous quarter. The consolidated operating margin was 0.9%, down 10% from the previous quarter. The net profit attributable to owners of the parent company in the first quarter was NT$113 million, and the basic earnings per share was NT$0.22. Ronda Electronics also announced that its revenue for April was NT$ 820 million, up 15.8% from March. It also announced that it has invested in a new generation of optoelectronic semiconductor applications.
Ronda Electronics said that the first quarter coincided with the traditional off-season, coupled with a decrease in working days and a decline in market prices, resulting in a decrease in revenue. With the increasing demand for high-end displays such as e-sports, Ronda's mini LED backlight products have taken the lead in mass production last year. This year, the Mini LED module with higher system integration will be introduced to achieve advanced dynamic contrast.
In addition, in automotive applications, Ronda Electronics has also developed various products for visible and invisible light, and at the Shanghai International Auto Show, it has released LED matrix light source modules for vehicles that can project dynamic graphics or messages on the road for the future. Pioneer concept products for the automotive application market. In addition, Ronda Electronics has introduced 3D sensing VCSEL components, which can be used for gesture recognition of vehicle-mounted driving console menus and face recognition for anti-sleepiness applications.
Ronda Electronics said that the company is accelerating its development in the field of advanced optoelectronic semiconductors, hoping to become a vertically integrated solution provider for RGB visible and invisible light.