Signal – an electronic company established in 1990 by Sergio Alborghetti – designs and manufactures electronic devices which satisfy many and varied customers’ needs in the industrial field.

Final products consist of boards, electronic devices and application software for process and machinery control, automation, graphic design and factory supervision.

Signal owns the necessary know-how in order to satisfy the requirements of Industria 4.0 concerning products and customer service.

The company is certified under ISO9001:2000; products are designed according to CE and EMC standards and in accordance with other certifications on customer’s demand.

Since 2006, Signal has been present in China and the Signal Electronics Suzhou production subsidiary has been opened since 2009.  These two companies employ 50 people on the whole in Italia and China. The design staff takes advantage from 20 designers committed to hardware and software development.

Because of it and thanks to a strong technical background, Signal is able to provide a customized and optimized product, according to the customer’s needs. As an example of the high-level know-how that has been achieved, Signal is the subject of several and important research and innovation projects.

Signal is the Italian and international leader for electronic parts in textile machineries; it is able to provide a wide range of solutions to control machinery, such as:

  • Hosiery machines
  • Circular knitting machines
  • Flat knitting machines
  • Special sewing machines
  • Ironing and fabric bonding machines
  • Winding machines

Signal supports and provides piezoelectric products crafted by Johnson Matthey to select needles for circular and hosiery machines (actuators and relating spare parts).

Signal is active in many other industrial fields such as:

  • Engine powering, axles and speed control
  • PLC with fieldbus and related I/O
  • Tyre industry
  • Special vehicles and accessories
  • Voltage stabilizers and power supplies
  • Magnetic plastic cards processes, microchips and colour printing

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