Reliable and rugged sensors that are capable of making accurate measurements in a variety of harsh environments, including: utility power, automotive, aerospace, etc.
Used for detecting reactive gasses and measuring hazardous gas amounts in a given environment.
Explosion Proof Sensors
Sensors designed for hazardous locations that are ATEX certified or intrinsically safe
Fiber Optic Sensors
Fiber optic sensors utilize optical fibers either as sensing elements, or as a way of relaying signals from remote sensors to signal processors.
Used to detect the rate of fluid flow. Flow sensors are used in flow meters and loggers to measure the flow of fluids.
Gas sensors detect the presence of various gases within an area, usually as part of a safety system.
Hall Effect Sensors
Used primarily for proximity switching, positioning, speed detection and current sensing applications.
Used in industrial manufacturing systems to detect the presence of moisture and liquids.
Detect ultra violet rays and other waves for a wide array of applications including temperature monitoring and motion sensing.
Used to convert a force into an electrical signal. This conversion is indirect and happens in two stages.
LVDTs are a common type of electromechanical transducer that can convert the rectilinear motion of an object (to which it is coupled mechanically) into a corresponding electrical signal.
Types include magnetic proximity sensors, speed sensors, rotary position sensors, limit sensors, direction sensors and more.
Motion sensors are input devices that are designed for detecting movement within a specific detection pattern or field of view.
Multi-Axis transducers are available in many different types including stick/gear shift knob load cells, bi-axial load arms, torque/thrust, tri-axial load cells, moment load cells and more.
Used to detect distance, absence, or presence of an object by using a light transiter and a photoelectric receiver.
Used to measure pressure, strain or other forces by converting them into an electric charge.
Types include potentiometers, eddy-current sensors, capacitive transducers, linear variable differential transformers and more.
Measure, monitor and control pressure, typically of gases or liquids and also act as a transducer,
Used to detect the presence of nearby objects without making any physical contact by emitting an electromagnetic or electrostatic field to detect objects.
Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs)
Resistance Temperature Detectors (RTDs) contain resistors that change resistance value as its temperature fluctuates.
Used to detect arms, fingers and human bodies entering the operating area of dangerous machinery to prevent human injuries.
Detect the rate or rotation of various industrial machinery utilizing belt-driven conveyor pulleys.
Used to measure the thermal radiant power of infrared or optical radiation from an area’s surface.
A type of resistor commonly used as inrush current limiters, temperature sensors or self-resetting overcurrent protector.
A torque sensor or torque transducer or torquemeter is meant for measuring and recording the torque on a rotating system.
Used to convert one type of energy to another. Can be used as sensors, actuators or a combination of the two.
Used to generate high frequency sound waves to calculate the time interval between sending and receiving the signal to determine distance to an object.
Used to detect and measure vibrations as well as tilt, shock, and acceleration for a wide array of applications.