LEM, one of the leaders in electrical measurement, is celebrating 50 years of supplying sensors and solutions to such sectors as renewables, automotive, railway and traction, charging infrastructures, energy distribution and automation.

With a strong focus on digitisation and mobility, these industries took delivery of 66 million electrical sensors from LEM in 2021/22 in their drive towards a sustainable future.

The HOB-P high bandwidth current sensor

The company used the electronica 2022 show to emphasise its global presence across 15 countries and its significant investment in R&D to create the best sensors on the market.

Electronics design engineers and system design engineers visiting LEM’s booth witnessed the company’s vast range of PCB-mounted current sensors. The brand also launched seven new products in 21/22, including the HOB-P high bandwidth current sensor developed specifically for fast-switching SiC MOSFETs in high voltage, pulsed power circuits.

Andreas Hürlimann, Chairman of the Board of Directors, and Chief Executive Officer, Frank Rehfeld, say: “All of us at LEM are inspired by a common purpose – helping our customers and society accelerate the transition to a sustainable future. We have come a long way since 1972 and we remain as enthusiastic as ever regarding LEM’s prospects for the next 50 years!”