In 1990 Senix® introduced a new concept in sensor design – the world’s first user-configurable ultrasonic sensor. With a push-button or personal computer interface, users were able to gain access to a range of sensor capabilities previously unavailable.
We design, manufacture, sell, and support a wide range of ultrasonic sensor products to measure the distance to a remote object through the air without touching it. Our sensors are used in a broad array of industrial and scientific applications, including machine and motion controls, web controls (material loop and roll diameter), liquid level measurement, person/object proximity sensing – virtually anyplace where non-intrusive measurement and feedback are desired.
We sell to both end-users and OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) in many industries. Standard ultrasonic sensor products provide solutions for most new or retrofit applications. Custom designs are available to meet special packaging or design requirements.
We attribute our success to our commitment to designing, delivering, and supporting quality products. You can depend on Senix for customer service and technical support if the manuals and extensive documentation are not enough. We wouldn’t have it any other way!
Ultrasonic Distance Sensors from Senix Corporation
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