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TT Electronics teams with N2 Power

Posted 5 February 2019 · Add Comment

Provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, TT Electronics, has announced a pan-European distribution agreement with N2 Power, further enhancing its ability to deliver space-efficient, energy-conscious technology, for markets including transport and security.


Leveraging the design expertise of power supply specialist Stontronics, which TT Electronics acquired in 2018 as part of Stadium Group plc, TT has in-house skills to engineer custom power solutions to highly individualised challenges, as well as matching off-the-shelf models to customer requirements.

The standard N2 Power range now available from TT includes AC/DC power supplies from 40W to 500W, and DC/DC supplies from 125W to 275W. Various enclosure styles are available, as well as models that are pre-approved to medical safety requirements. Targeted at applications where running costs, space, packaging, energy saving, and thermal management are key considerations, the richly featured power supplies leverage patented technologies to combine high power output and a compact footprint.

“Our technical teams in Reading and Norwich are able to support the superior level of engineering that goes into every N2 Power solution, enabling our customers to rely on unrivalled performance and quality with unbeatable cost-of-ownership advantage,” said Paul Heath, Business Development Manager at TT Electronics. “Our agreement strengthens the position of TT Electronics, to deliver an outstanding and innovative result for every customer.”

“TT Electronics has established an impressive track record over more than 50 years supplying and custom-developing power supplies for challenging markets and applications,” said Randy Johnson, Vice President Sales at N2 Power. “We are confident in the team’s skills and resources to grow our business strongly across Europe.”

TT’s power supply experts will exhibit products from the N2 Power range and discuss opportunities for customisation at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics show, Farnborough International, February 5-7 February 2019.

 

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