Humans like to go – farther, faster, and take less time doing it. Whether that’s from one end of a farmer’s field, or across a continent by rail, transportation ties us all together. Only within the last 175 years of human history has a person been able to travel faster than a horse could carry them, but now TTI provides components for aircraft that travel beyond the speed of sound and undersea vehicles that go where it’s extremely difficult to take a horse. From buses and trains, to cargo trucks and automotive equipment manufacturers, the Transportation Business Unit Specialists at TTI have the expertise to solve the difficult electronic component issues. Call 1.800.CALL.TTI today and see just how fast our TBU product specialists can move.
ROHM's Automotive MOSFET have a wide drive type and supports small signal to high power.
ROHM schottky barrier diodes provide low VF & IR and high ESD resistance.
ROHM’s proprietary microfabrication technology was utilized to develop on-chip transformer processes for compact, isolated gate drivers.
ROHM voltage detector IC series are reset IC with highly accurate detection voltage of ±1% , low current consumption, small thin packages and wide range of detection voltage.
ROHM offers a wide lineup of general-purpose 3-pin regulators featuring low power consumption, high current capability, and high voltage resistance, making them ideal for mobile phones, automotive systems, consumer electronics, and commercial/industrial equipment.
The IPD (intelligent power device) series of the ROHM is a universal switch of the automotive grade that integrated low on resistance MOSFET and various protection circuit into one chip.
A broad lineup of LED drivers, such as AC/DC, DC/AC, and constant current types optimized for a variety of applications, including lighting, backlighting, camera flash, displays, and automotive systems.
ROHM serial EEPROMs are non-volatile memory optimized for data retention, available in a range of interfaces, package types, and storage capacities.
EPCOS offers a huge variety of Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors. ALU caps are extensively used in multiple fields of applications such as power electronics, automotive electronics, traction and many more.
The MSP100 pressure transducer provides stainless steel media compatibility in a low cost, small profile solution.
AVX AT Series product has been designed for the most demanding applications, such as “down-hole” oil exploration, aerospace programs and “under-hood” electronics.
KOA Speer’s TLRH3AP resistor has low T.C.R. available down to +/-50 ppm with resistance tolerance of +/- 1%. The TLRH3AP will be offered in resistance values of 6mΩ up to 120mΩ and is AEC-Q200 qualified.
3.00mm (.118") pitch connectors are the perfect choice when you need compact connectors that carry up to 5.0A of current.
Contura V-Series switches offer an extensive range of aesthetic choices in their contoured rocker actuator styles, surfaces, colors, lens, and legend options.
The L-Series snap-in rocker switches offer countless unique options including choices for ratings, colors, illuminations and laser etched legends.
The Illuminated Plug offers an additional design option for the modular and flexible V-Series Contura system.
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