TT Electronics Debuts Vox Modular Configurable Power Supply Solutions

April 23, 2020 Tiera Oliver

TT Electronics, a global provider of engineered electronics for performance critical applications, announced a new distribution agreement with Vox Power that will broaden TT's power supply portfolio to include user-configurable solutions and compact modular units.

The Vox Power product offering includes the VCCM600 series, which features 600 watts in a conduction cooled, fan-less architecture. The NEVO+ high density modular range is also available in 600 watts and 1200 watts of configurable power. Modular configurable power solutions are typically used in medical equipment, lasers, robotics, automation, and other pioneering applications.

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