SPS and Electronica 2022

TT Electronics to Showcase Comprehensive Portfolio of Sensors and Passive Components at Top European Tech Conferences


On-site demos will feature breakthrough on-the-fly programmability of TT’s FlexSense family of optical encoders at SPS and electronica

Woking, UK, 11 October 2022 - TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered technologies for performance critical applications, will highlight its extensive portfolio of sensing technology and resistors products at two events in Germany next month: SPS (Smart Production Solutions) 2022 in Nuremberg from 8-10 November, as well as electronica 2022 in Munich from 15-18 November. 

TT will display its wide range of resistor products including current sense, signal conditioning, and power management devices, and will also spotlight its new FlexSense™ optical encoder sensors at both events. The FlexSense series boasts features such as auto-alignment, a closed-loop LED driver, on-chip diagnostics, a state-of-the-art 8x interpolator, and adaptability to multiple code-disk diameters and pulses per revolution.

“Each of these events gives TT an opportunity to share our wide range of sensing and power management devices with European customers,” said Klaus Zwerschina, VP Sales, Sensors and Specialist Components, TT Electronics. “These shows are great opportunities for attendees to learn about our sensors and specialist components and see for themselves how solutions like the FlexSense product family accelerates time-to-market, reduces solution complexity, and increases manufacturing throughput now and into the future.” 

Attendees to either event will have the opportunity to meet with TT Electronics experts, learn about TT’s product portfolio, and determine which solution is best for their unique application. Visit TT Electronics at SPS booth #4A-615 or electronica booth #C3.120, and follow TT Electronics on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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