Senix Corporation
Senix is a pioneer in the design and manufacture of easy-to-use, non-contact ultrasonic sensors. We introduced the world's first user-configurable, processor-based ultrasonic sensors allowing our customers unparalleled ease of installation and application flexibility. That innovation continues with our rugged and versatile ToughSonic line of sensors and the powerful SenixVIEW software that allows every facet of sensor set-up and monitoring to be managed using a windows computer. Senix sensors can be found in a broad array of industrial settings including liquid level measurement, machine and motion controls, person/object proximity sensing, web controls (material loop and roll diameter) and anyplace where non-intrusive measurement and feedback are desired. Please visit us at www.senix.com.

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10516 Route 116 Ste 300
Hinesburg, VT 05461
United States
Toll-free: 800-677-3649
Phone: 802-482-5522
Fax: 802-482-2549

Product Categories

Computer Software; Level Indicators; Level Measurement; Level Monitors; Recorders, Level

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