23 January 2012

Embedded World: Rutronik Hall 1, Booth 318

Rutronik will be presenting application specific solutions for the lighting, medical, energy, automotive, industrial and home appliance focal markets at embedded world in Hall 1, Stand 318.

With a portfolio that covers all electronic components, Rutronik is able to present complete solutions in full detail and is therefore able to tune them to precise technical and commercial needs.

According to Rutronik, innovative, functional example applications for each focal market will be among the highlights on the fair stand. These include an electric car from Tesla and an led 'Arquicity' street lamp with automatic brightness adjustment, developed by Rutronik in collaboration with Osram Opto Semiconductors and the solid state lighting specialists Arquiled.

As an example for the industrial field, the company will be demonstrating the intelligent energy controlling system from econ solutions, in which the distributor also contributed to the development. It provides industrial companies with transparency about every point of energy consumption, thereby providing a basis for a comprehensive system of energy management. Product and application engineers from the six vertical market teams and from all of the product divisions stand ready to provide fair visitors with expert advice.

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