TTI Europe showcases advanced e-mobility technologies at EHVT 2024

Diverse electrification solutions support battery pack, fuel cell stack and charging/refuelling infrastructure developments to drive the future of e-mobility

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At this year’s Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo, TTI will showcase the latest advancements in powertrain technology.

TTI, Inc. – Europe, a leading specialty distributor of Interconnect, Passive, Electromechanical, Sensor, Discrete Semiconductor and Power components, will be exhibiting at this year’s Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe (EHVT). Visitors to hall 10, stand B40 will see advanced technologies from TTI’s valued manufacturing partners and meet technical experts to learn about the latest developments in powertrain technology in the e-mobility industry. Co-located with The Battery Show Europe, the event takes place from 18-20 June at the Messe Stuttgart, Germany.

“The participation of TTI Europe in EHVT 2024 is a significant indicator of the company’s strategic direction towards supporting the electrification of the transportation sector,” says Dermot Byrne, Industry Marketing Director – Transportation at TTI Europe. “By showcasing advanced battery and fuel cell technologies, we are playing a pivotal role in addressing some of the critical challenges of electric vehicle adoption and are paving the way for a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future in transportation.”

Designers of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and manufacturers of charging stations can learn more about the Megawatt Charging System (MCS) and the North American Charging Standard (NACS) inlet solutions from Amphenol Industrial and ITT Cannon. They can also discover interesting AC outlets, and AC and DC charging cable solutions from Aptiv and Phoenix Contact.

Manufacturers of power distribution units and battery packs can view the innovative 1500V high-voltage (HV) connection systems from Amphenol Industrial, Aptiv and TE Connectivity. They can also explore the newest HV contactor, fuse, battery switch and circuit protection solutions from KYOCERA AVX, Littelfuse and TE Connectivity.

Battery pack and fuel cell stack manufacturers can learn more about the latest ranges of sensors from the Amphenol Sensor Technology Group (STG) and Honeywell. These include current, hydrogen and battery/thermal runaway sensors.

Engineers focusing on HV power inverters and on-board chargers can find out about the latest HV thin film capacitors from Murata and supercapacitors from KYOCERA AVX whereas Yageo provides power resistors, Molex offers connectors for harsh environments, and Murata will introduce new power converter modules for similar applications.

Finally, TTI will also be displaying a portfolio of both high-voltage cable assemblies and low-voltage loom harnesses produced by TTI’s recent acquisition, Raffenday Ltd.

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