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TR Adds a Product Specialist to the Team

January 10, 2018
Patrick Kornmayer has an electrical engineering degree from Technical University in Hamburg, Germany and he specializes in automation and control systems design. Kornmayer comes to us from ZTR Control Systems, where he worked on locomotive control systems, including engine diagnostics, traction control and locomotive remote control. He also has a background in solar power inverters, testing and commissioning.

New Distributor - Mechatronics in Motion

October 27, 2017
We are pleased to announce that founder of Mechatronics in Motion, Troy Lake, is now representing TR Electronic in the Washington and Oregon areas. He represents complimentary products that work well with ours and he has a strong understanding of our products, based on his years’ experience both in, and out, of the military.   Troy Lake, the Man behind the Company

Revolutionizing Sterile and Hygienic Environments

October 27, 2017
Designed for the extreme wash-down and hygienic requirements, specifically suited for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries, this brand new ultrasonic sensor is constructed in accordance with EHEDG guidelines, using ECOLAB and FDA-conform materials. The sensor boasts protection category IP 66, IP 67, IP 68 and IP 69K, 4 detection ranges from 0.15 m to 1.0 m, analogue output 4-20 mA and 0-10 V with push-pull switching output with IO link.

Service Call: Water Under the Dam

October 6, 2017
At TR Electronic, we value the opportunity to assist customers when a personal service call is required. We just never know where those service calls will take our team!   This encoder is used to monitor the flood gate height of a new dam construction in a remote location near Métabetchouan-Lac-à-la-Croix, Quebec, Canada  

TR Electronic Staff Feature: Craig Moore

September 26, 2017
Craig Moore has been working with the TR team in various capacities, for almost 8 years, starting initially as a co-op student. His current role is providing Application and Support Engineering for our customers, which includes product and application training. Moore takes pride in working for the company because of its values.

The next generation of rotary encoders

September 15, 2017
C__582:  Standard build with outstanding opportunities. The new generation of rotary encoders in 58 mm build by TR Electronic offers efficient design combined with state-of-the-art equipment.

Delivering Additional Value for Customers

August 28, 2017
Kevin Condorato - NEW Manager of Engineering and Technical Services TR Electronic is providing a renewed focus on on-site application analysis and troubleshooting services to our customers.  We also custom-tailor training programs for maintenance staff that will provide them with in-depth product knowledge and troubleshooting techniques for motion feedback systems.

Safety in Any Situation

August 14, 2017
Absolute rotary encoders for adverse ambient conditions.

IO-Link Interface for Linear Sensors

July 28, 2017
Contactless position measuring system now also with IO-Link

WE WON!!! – Raiders Team Victory at Western University

April 7, 2017
The Raiders Robotics team from H. B. Beal Secondary School in London Ontario, had a very successful competition at Western University at the end of March 2017. The team finished qualification matches and ranked 1st overall (out of 35 teams from across Canada).

We Added a Representative in Quebec

March 31, 2017
We are pleased to announce the addition of Gilles Laberge as our manufacturer’s representative for Quebec.

TR Webinars are back!!!

March 6, 2017
We’ll be starting with TR PowerGap Wireless Products... Because Wires are so 1985! PowerGap products solve costly problems. These products provide wireless power solutions when wired communication creates a limitation or hindrance.

And the Winner is...

February 21, 2017
Thanks to so many of you that entered our TR 2017 Calendar contest! Through a random draw, we have a winner! Congratulations to Dennis Chevalier from Electrozad Supply in Chatham, Ontario, Canada!!! Chevalier has been with Electrozad Supply for about 15 years now and has been dealing with TR a number of years. He was really surprised and excited to find out he won!

A New Generation of Linear Absolute Position Sensors

February 8, 2017
They’re the same TR products you’ve come to rely on, NOW with even more accuracy! We’ve redesigned signal processing for linear-absolute position detection and vastly improved measured value quality for highly critical applications. For measurement lengths up to 1000 mm, linearity is improved to 0.05 mm!


January 18, 2017
TR Electronic provides sponsorship and mentorship to the high school robotics team at H. B. Beal Secondary School in London, Ontario, Canada. The team is called ‘Raiders Robotics’. We’ve been involved with the team going on four years now. This team competes in the FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics competition.

When Size Matters

January 10, 2017
Introducing the TR Electronic Compact Absolute-Linear Measuring System     It’s our smallest linear encoder system, with non-contact magnetostriction!

TR Germany is at SPS IPC Drives 2016

November 21, 2016
Europe’s leading exhibition for electronic automation is on this week (Nov. 22-24) in Nuremberg / Germany, and once again, TR is showcasing our most compelling and popular products, this time, in a brand new interactive booth!  

Professional Controls Corporation Oktoberfest 2016

October 25, 2016
The Professional Controls Corporation (PCC) had another successful vendor exhibition this year and TR Electronic was there. TR has been working with PCC since March of 2014 and we enjoy their annual Oktoberfest event.

Come See Us at the AISTech Show!

April 25, 2016
Our team is headed to the AISTech Show, May 16-19, 2016 in  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.

TR Electronic and H.B. Beal Raiders: We Won!!!

April 11, 2016
After some serious nail-biting during competition at a regional event in Windsor, the Raiders Robotics team from H.B. Beal Secondary in London, Ontario is going to the World FIRST Robotics competition in St. Louis, Missouri in a few weeks after placing second overall! Our own TR Robotics Mentor and our Technical Services Lead, Kevin Condorato, tells the story in his own words.