TT Electronics to showcase sensors and passive components

TT Electronics to showcase sensors and passive components

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

TT Electronics will highlight its extensive portfolio of sensing technology and resistors products at two events in Germany next month: SPS 2022 in Nuremberg and electronica 2022 in Munich, both in November 2022. 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. In addition, the one-size-fits-many advanced optical array integrates several subsystems on one system on chip (SoC), shrinking footprint, shortening time to market and cutting manufacturing costs. The SoC enables the sensor to adapt to a multiple range of code-disk diameters and pulses per revolution as well as several LEDs available in the market. If the encoder code-disk is later altered, FlexSense can be reprogrammed to meet changing requirements extending the sensor’s value-add to suit future designs and negating the cost of purchasing a different sensor.

The FlexSense series consists of the FS210 transmissive incremental encoder and the FS310 reflective incremental encoder sensors. The FlexSense encoder sensor array vastly reduces the design complexities of optical encoder systems.

“Low-cost control electronics are trending up. At the same time, demand for customized high-end optical encoder sensors is also growing. We saw an opportunity to address both developments in tandem,” said Walter Brooks, Global Product Manager – Optoelectronics, TT Electronics. “The result is FlexSense, a flexible solution that can be configured quickly to meet optical encoder design requirements including higher resolution, faster response, a smaller footprint, and greater intelligence.”

“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 complexity, and increases manufacturing throughput now and into the future.”

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