Zettlex (UK) Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Zettlex wins space bid
Sensors specialist Zettlex Ltd has won a bid to develop position and speed sensors for space equipment.
The one-year, £300k project is a collaborative R&D project sponsored by the UK Technology Strategy Board. Zettlex will work closely with European Aerospace & Defence Systems' Space Equipment Division in the UK with the aim of developing and qualifying lightweight but rugged position sensors for space applications.
Space equipment has particularly high demands for reliability in extreme conditions that include radiation, extreme temperatures, thermal cycling and high vacuum.
Mark Howard, Zettlex General Manager comments: "We have been lucky enough to enjoy success with our sensors at the bottom of the ocean and high up in the skies - so space is the logical next step for us. The extremely low mass and the high reliability factor for our sensors is particularly important for space equipment."
For more information, please contact Zettlex UK Ltd on 01223 874 444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Zettlex UK Ltd:
Zettlex is a sensors company. The company's range of sensors measure position or speed accurately and reliably, even in harsh conditions.
Zettlex designs and manufactures sensors; supplies sensor components and integrated circuits. The company offers bespoke sensor design and development for specific customer applications.
Unique technology and laminar, printed designs, enables Zettlex to manufacture sensors that have no contacts, no bearings, no delicate parts and zero maintenance.
Zettlex sells directly to OEMs and system integrators across a broad range of industry sectors. Applications include position measurement, servos, motor controls, and user interfaces. Around 50 per cent of the company's business is safety-related or safety-critical.
Zettlex is ISO 9001 and BS EN 13980 certified for the manufacture of electromagnetic sensors, including sensors for intrinsically safe (ATEX) environments.
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