TT Electronics blends experience and expertise to develop custom high reliability solutions for harsh environments. Our power management devices are used in critical applications including actuation, control systems, power generation, and primary and secondary power distribution.
Watch Tom Garvey - EVP, Power Electronics' interview with Vago Muradian, Defense & Aerospace Report about the unique role of TT Electronics in such a competitive ecosystem.
TT Electronics delivers design, R&D and advanced technology innovation in power electronics from dedicated centres of design excellence in the UK and Asia.
Our design centre at Norwich Research Park drives developments in power management, wireless connectivity, green products and miniaturisation. Working closely with our Shenzhen design centre in the Asia Pacific region, the facility’s fully equipped laboratory includes 3D printers and an extensive suite of test equipment such as EMC measurement for emissions and susceptibility, thermal analysis, lifetime testing and power analysis.
Need custom magnetics for high reliability, high integrity applications?
The move toward more electric aircraft means a proliferation of electronic systems, including a greater number of electromagnetic systems required for power, control, monitoring and filtering.
At TT Electronics, we take pride in being at the forefront of this groundbreaking technology shift, designing components that are lighter, smaller and deliver higher power density.
Looking for a strategic outsourcing partner?
At TT Electronics, our team of innovative engineers and project managers can design a variety of test equipment for all your applications.
Using Solidworks as our design package, we work closely with partners to develop test equipment solutions that free our customers from handling in-house.
Looking for high temperature performance and increased thermal management?
By applying our engineering expertise and innovative design approach, TT Electronics has developed a number of standard platforms that achieve improved product characteristics for our broad range of both ruggedised plastic and hermetic power modules.
Looking for high efficiency, high reliability power supplies up to 2kW?
At TT Electronics, our team of specialist power supply engineers and sourcing experts provide switch mode power supplies, DC-DC converters and battery chargers from 1 watt to 2 kilowatts for all your applications.
Our knowledge in power supply design and test incorporates the latest legislation requirements, approvals and vertical market drivers for the medical, instrumentation, security, fire detection, lighting and data communication industries. Our R&D team is at the forefront of design and utilise the latest technologies and most efficient topologies to meet the Level VI, CoC Tier 2 and 80Plus criteria. Recent developments include; intelligent battery backed power systems with controller interfacing, and a range of high efficient, low stand-by power platforms that meet the requirements of the EN62368, EN60601 and EN61010 in industry common formats.
We have a wealth of dedicated design teams and engineers driving the development of our extensive range of products. Our teams include leading industry experts, with uniquely thorough knowledge of designing products for reliable operation in extremely harsh environments.
Our Power Electronics engineering design team have a proven track record of developing innovative solutions utilising a world-class software suite:
News - Awards
09 July 2019
TT's Power Electronics team delivers zero-defects; receives Quality Excellence Award from Honeywell.
11 June 2019
TT announces an exclusive sales agreement with Protek Power.
14 March 2016
TT Electronics provides approved power supply for the new Raspberry Pi3
01 April 2010
Semelab achieves ISO14001
21 August 2008
Semelab joins TT Electronics
28 April 2015
Semelab Supports Engineers of the Future
23 July 2016
TT Electronics has launched a Silicon Carbide (SiC) power MOSFET for environmentally challenged applications
08 November 2018
Design Centre opens in Shenzhen, China
26 May 2019
External Power Supplies: New Standards
04 June 2019
Miniaturization Trend In Power Electronics