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Energize Wide range of OEM and custom ultrasonic sensors available
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Wide range of OEM and custom ultrasonic sensors available

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Instrotech, the local representative of Senix, offers the smart and rugged ToughSonic line of ultrasonic non-contact distance and level sensors, a value-add partner for the original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and custom sensor markets. For over 30 years, Senix has engineered and manufactured custom ultrasonic devices for OEM’s all over the world, and custom-built distance and level sensors for every sector.

These sensors can easily connect to common automation equipment, control relays, alarms, displays, motor controllers, and more. The devices also have LoRA wireless capabilities and cloud-based monitoring software, as well as experts-on-call to work with users to tailor the right solution for specific applications.

The company offers a robust line of ultrasonic non-contact sensors of exceptional intelligence and durability. When paired with SenixVIEW software, users can tailor these devices to each unique project to ensure optimal outcome. Over 60 parameters can be modified, including range, gain, filtering options, and control of switches and outputs.

Contact Instrotech, Tel 010 595-1831, sales@instrotech.co.za

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