Engineering Design Show
19 – 20 October
Coventry Building Society Arena, Coventry
ETAL and SIGA (Electronics)
ETAL and SIGA bring a magnetic presence to the Engineering Design Show
Current transformers and high voltage / high power transformers to be exhibited alongside full range of magnetic component solutions
Sandy, Bedfordshire, and Ditchling, Sussex – 28 September 2021 – ETAL, a world leader in magnetic components for power and signal applications and SIGA (Electronics) Ltd, the UK’s leading manufacturer of toroidal and bobbin wound components and associated assemblies will be at EDS showing the recently announced SIGA IEC conformant current transformer (CT) products alongside the full range of ETAL magnetic components.
SIGA recently announced that its current transformer (CT) products now conform to IEC regulations from design, through manufacturing to final test. Standards including IEC 61869 are addressed by specific conformance testing for current transformers, carried out in SIGA’s dedicated COVID-19-secure UK workspaces by specially trained operators. SIGA manufactures circular or rectangular type CTs, full block or split core, using a UL recognised semi rigid cast resin compound or an IP rated plastic box finish. Other finishes are available.
In addition, ETAL’s established range of magnetic components will be represented at EDS, which includes chokes, air coils, coils, current transformers, power transformers and signal transformers. The company specialises in custom products and in optimising designs but also offers a range of standard components. Its particular strength is high-end and reliable planar products such as custom designed transformers and inductors that combine superior performance with overall low cost. ETAL also has a long history in designing and manufacturing very small toroid products and complex modules. Often these products are made into common mode chokes but can also be found as compact high efficiency flyback transformers.
About SIGA Electronics
SIGA Electronics Ltd is a leading manufacturer of all types of toroidal and bobbin wound components, and associated assemblies. Established in 1961, the company has steadily expanded. Market sectors supplied include medical, aerospace, railways, satellite, test equipment, underwater vehicles (ROVs), as well as the general electronics industries. SIGA can manufacture and supply any quantity from 1 off to many thousands off and are able to design to meet customers’ electrical specification or can build to print. The company was acquired by KAMIC Group in October 2018.
About ETAL Group
Since 1968, ETAL Group has been a leading supplier of in-house developed high-performance magnetic components. ETAL develops, manufactures and sells magnetic components to a world-wide market through offices in Europe, Asia and through distribution partners in an additional 20 countries. Production takes place at the company’s own facilities in Estonia, Sri Lanka and the United Kingdom as well as through production partners in Asia. For more information about ETAL please visit www.etalgroup.com.
About KAMIC Group
KAMIC Group is a corporate group consisting of nearly 30 companies active in trade and manufacturing each of which aims to be a leading supplier of technical products and services to many well-defined product and market niches. It includes two specialist magnetic components businesses, SIGA Electronics and ETAL Group. ETAL develops, manufactures and sells magnetic components to a world-wide market through offices in Europe, Asia and through distribution partners in an additional 20 countries. KAMIC Group is present in 12 countries in Northern Europe, Asia and the US, and employs around 700 people. Its annual net revenue amounts to some SEK 2 billion. Many of our customers are multinational industrial companies with global manufacturing.
For further details please contact:
ETAL (UK) Ltd
Unit 2, Mid Sussex Business Park
Folders Lane East
Ditchling, East Sussex
BN6 8SG, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1444 871186
SIGA (Electronics) Ltd.
3 Darlington Close
Tel: +44 (0)1767 681266