TDK to distribute Aspen Test and Measurement Products

TDK-Lambda UK signs Aspen ElectronicsTDK-Lambda UK, a global leader in the design and manufacture of power supplies, has signed a non-exclusive distribution agreement with Aspen Electronics, the specialists in test and measurement. Under the terms of the agreement, Aspen Electronics will support TDK-Lambda within the UK for its high-power products (300W and above), which include programmable, bulk and front-end power supplies.

The key families Aspen Electronics will focus on include the renowned Genesys™ and ZUP (Zero Up) ranges of rack-mountable, programmable power supplies that set the standard for flexible, reliable, AC-DC power systems for OEM, industrial, ATE, test and laboratory applications. This is complemented by high-powered front-end power supplies, such as the FPS, SWS, HWS and single output Vega series.

Commenting on the new signing with Aspen Electronics, Steve Read, Sales Manager at TDK-Lambda UK, says: “Aspen Electronics has an in-depth understanding of the programmable power supply market and associated communication interfaces. Its close ties with the manufacturing, instrumentation, broadcast and mil/aero markets make Aspen Electronics an ideal partner and a great asset to our UK support network.”

Effective from June 16th 2009, this agreement illustrates Aspen Electronics’ commitment to providing its customers with products and solutions from leading vendors. Neil Reynolds, Product Manager at Aspen Electronics explains: “There is a wide variety of programmable supplies on the market; selecting the most suitable and reliable device for the task in hand is not trivial – these are just two good reasons why engineers come to us first for advice. We have in-depth expertise in the programmable power market and, as such, have already an established customer base and opportunities database. We confidentially expect that the TDK-Lambda range will be one of our largest selling product lines very quickly.”

» Contact details for Aspen Electronics


Comments are closed.