Passenger interface and lighting solutions to be displayed at AIX


Ahead of Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX), which will be held on 14-16 June in Hamburg, Germany, TT Electronics shared that it plans to demonstrate interface, lighting and signage solutions at the show.

TT Electronics develops customised interface and lighting solutions designed to enhance the passenger experience. Passenger control units (PCUs), cabin signage, seat identification, suite information panels, stowage and accent lighting will be featured at the show.

With expertise in thin-film backlighting, the company will also demonstrate its latest mood light solutions, which are designed to be lightweight, homogenous and power-efficient.

New for 2022 is TT’s stowage light solution, which offers adjustable colours and intensity, illuminating cabin stowage areas.

“Airlines are focused on deploying multicolour interior lighting to improve passenger comfort and satisfaction,” said Terry Moss, sales director, TT Electronics. “Design and ambience are key here — especially in first- and business-class cabins. At AIX, TT will showcase solutions that offer the perfect blend of form and function to meet the demands of the designer, the manufacturer, and, perhaps most importantly, the passenger.”

TT will also debut PCUs developed in partnership with Adient Aerospace, an aircraft seating specialist.

TT Electronics said its patented light guide system provides package modules with a depth of less than 10mm while retaining high-quality intensity and an even distribution of light without problematic hotspots. The lights are available in RGB-W aligned to airline branding guidelines and have functional features such as DND indicators.

The company added that its interface and lighting solutions can be certified to all Airbus and Boeing in-seat requirements.

Photo: Adient Aerospace

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