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TT Electronics to showcase sensors and passive components at Smart Production Solutions

Posted 9 November 2023

Woking headquartered TT Electronics will be showcasing its extensive portfolio of sensors and passive components at the Smart Production Solutions Exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany, 14th to 16th November.

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Products displayed in TT’s booth will include pressure, temperature and flow sensors, optoelectronic devices and fixed and variable resistors.

The TT team will highlight its FlexSense optical encoder sensors, boasting 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 diametres and pulses per revolution. The booth demo will also illustrate the simplicity of recalibrating the FlexSense chip to meet requirements in ever-changing scenarios.

“Visitors to the TT booth will get a feel for our extensive portfolio of sensors and passive components that help to improve the speed, precision and reliability of customers’ applications,” said Claudia Patzak-Kruger, European Sales Director, TT Electronics. “Our team of experts will be on-hand to answer questions and help visitors find the right product for their specific application requirements.”

Also, in Forum Hall 6 at 13:30 on Wednesday, 15th November, Mario Garsi, TT Business Development Engineer, will give a presentation on 'Programmable Optical Encoders Evolution', providing an insight into how smart optical encoders, such as TT’s patented FlexSense optical sensory array, can be programmed to meet ever-changing requirements.




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