TT Electronics to showcase power solutions at Farnborough

TT Electronics (stand 4338) has extensive experience with the design, manufacture, and test of high-performance custom power supplies and power conversion systems for defence and aerospace applications.

The company will showcase its aerospace and defence portfolio at the Farnborough Airshow this July, featuring power management solutions and global manufacturing capabilities bolstered by key industry acquisitions. Tapping into a long history of technical excellence, TT works with customers to solve their most challenging problems and deliver solutions that meet the demanding specifications in the harshest operating environments.

The company’s collaborative efforts are said to help OEMs reduce risk, develop a more reliable product, and accelerate time to market. The resulting smart solutions improve the precision, speed, reliability, and performance of highly engineered electronics that bring aerospace and defence projects to life.

Working as a true partner, TT is exceptionally responsive to customer needs, offering engineering support for a competitive advantage. Early supplier involvement in next-gen programmes helps customers work through technical challenges to resolve issues early in the design process.

As the proliferation of electronics increasingly drives demand for world-class, safety-critical power solutions, TT Electronics has maintained a strategic focus on sustainability and developing technology solutions that enable a smarter, cleaner, healthier future. TT’s ongoing investment in technology – evidenced by a number of recent acquisitions and innovations – has further enhanced the company’s role in power electronics. This, combined with high-mix, low-volume global manufacturing capabilities in Nadcap-accredited facilities, has helped TT Electronics secure a leading position in aerospace and defence technologies.

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