TT Electronics has extended the value range of the high power current shunt LRMAP3920. The range is now 200μΩ to 3mΩ.
Congratulations to Ben Morris who won the 3rd year electrical apprentice of the year and to Paul Johnston who was awarded the 4th year electrical apprentice of the year. A great achievement and recognition for their hard work and studies.
There are over 4,000 EMS providers worldwide. Only one is the right fit. Have a look at our new video, and learn more about TT Electronics Integrated Manufacturing Services (IMS). From strategy to manufacturing to distribution, we deliver a full suite of end-to-end solutions for our global customers in the aerospace, defense, medical and industrial markets. And we do all of it - while focused exclusively on low volume, high mix products.
The film has 4 parts and TT is featured in ‘Driving Change – Innovation’, which explores the innovations that are transforming the landscape of automotive design and manufacture, and the components and products that are driving safety, sustainability and efficiency.
To view the full 4 parts of the programme click here
“The automotive industry is experiencing rapid change, driven by the need for safer, greener, and more efficient cars. ‘Driving Change - Innovations’ explores the technologies that are changing how cars are designed, manufactured, repaired and maintained. The programme features special reports on electric and autonomous vehicles, including an interview with Transport Minister, Andrew Jones, about the Government’s stated commitment to becoming a world leader in this area.”
Filmed at TT’s Werne, Gemany facility the video features Richard Tyson, CEO, Amrei Drechsler, EVP Transportation Sensing and Control, Stefan Rühl, Head of R&D, and Stefan Wahlmüeller, Field Application Engineer talk about our focus on innovation and capabilities in emission and safety solutions.