Tronics MEMS Gyro sensors available for immediate shipment globally through Digi-Key

Tronics’ highly advanced MEMS Gyro sensors and GYPRO evaluation boards are available worldwide from Digi-Key Electronics, a global electronic components distributor, as the result of a new distribution agreement between the two companies.

 

“We are pleased to announce the expansion of our distribution network with a key partner like Digi-Key. Such a move will enhance the exposure of Tronics’ high performance inertial sensors through a responsive and reliable supply chain, while bringing value and differentiation to Digi-Key’s product portfolio,” said Pascal Langlois, CEO at Tronics. “This agreement demonstrates our willingness to continuously provide our targeted markets and customers with tailored solutions for their very demanding applications, including a leading-edge range of inertial devices as well as plug-and-play evaluation kits.”

 

Tronics’ products are ideal for applications that require precise measurement such as precision instrumentation, platform stabilisation, guidance and navigation control, auto-pilot, inertial measurement unit (IMU), attitude and heading reference system (AHRS), flight control and back-up instrumentation, unmanned and autonomous vehicles, pipe inspection, three-dimensional mapping, and robotics, among others.

 

“We are excited to partner with Tronics and add their highly reliable range of products to our expanding linecard,” said Tom Busher, VP, Global IP&E at Digi-Key. “The ability to offer Tronics’ MEMS Gyro sensors and GYPRO evaluation boards will assist our engineering customers in the design and prototype stage of their projects. We think they will find value in the accuracy provided by Tronics’ product portfolio that is required in their very demanding applications.”

 

For more information about Tronics and to see their entire product listing, please visit their Supplier Centre page on the Digi-Key website.

 

www.digikey.com

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