Aerospace • Sensors

Sensors that are used in harsh aerospace and military applications with a no moving part element.

Sensors that are used in harsh aerospace and military applications with a no moving part element.

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  • Fluid Components International

    Fluid Components International develops a line of aerospace sensors including flow sensors, liquid level and interface sensors, pressure sensors, and temperature sensors. All the sensors are used in harsh aerospace and military applications with a no moving part element, and feature temperature services up to 800F and pressures to 5000 psig. Depending on type, the sensors detect level, flow, pressure, or temperature in hydraulic and gearbox oil, coolants, potable water applications, fuel and other fluids.

  • AMETEK TIP (Technical & Industrial Products)

    AMETEK Aerospace & Defense offers a line of aerospace sensors that includes angle-of-attack sensors, piezoelectric accelerometers, pressure transducers, speed sensors, and temperature sensors. The angle-of-attack sensors are used in a number of commercial and military aircrafts including: B727, B737, B747, B747-400, DC-9, DC-10, MD-11, C-1, C-5, C-17, B-1, C-141, F-5, and T-38. The pressure transducers can operate at temperatures exceeding 400F, and are available in absolute, gage, and differential pressure configurations. The temperature sensors are used to monitor either airframe temperature or engine oil temperature.

  • Measurement Specialties, Inc.

    Measurement Specialties provides sensor for aerospace and military applications including aircraft and helicopter throttle position RVDT sensors and fighter aircraft throttle quadrant dual LVDT position sensors.

  • Inertia Switch, Inc.

    Inertia Switch Inc. produces a line of aircraft acceleration switches and related products including unidirectional, aircraft stall warning sensors with a range of 0.5g.

  • Honeywell Sensing and Control

    Honeywell Sensing and Control manufactures a line of aircraft sensors including position sensors, force measurement sensors, and pressure sensors for various aerospace applications. The position sensors are available as linear or rotary types, while the force measurement sensors are used for pilot input, servo-loop feedback, overload protection, and payload measurement applications. The pressure sensors are used for bleed air, fuel, engine oil, and hydraulic fluid pressure measurements.

  • RdF Corporation

    Aircraft sensors produced by RdF Corporation include environmental system sensors and turbine engine oil temperature sensor. The two sensor types feature pressure rating up to 20,000 psi, a temperature range of -54 to 316C, and the ability to handle vibration of 50g or 20 to 2000 Hz.

  • Smith Systems, Inc.

    Smith Systems Inc. produces custom speed sensors designed exclusively for use on space shuttles.

  • Active Sensors

    Active Sensors designs and manufactures LVDT and RVDT sensors for primary and secondary flight control electro-hydraulic actuators, engine control valves, brake-by-wire systems and other aerospace and military aircraft applications.

  • Harco Laboratories, Inc.

    Harco Laboratories Inc. custom engineers aerospace sensors that can handle extreme shock, vibration, and temperature conditions.