Senix Launches Tools to Help Customers Get More Value from Ultrasonic Sensors

HINESBURG, VT - Senix Corporation, manufacturer of ToughSonic ultrasonic level and distance sensors, launches a new website, the first in a series of initiatives to expand the product and information capabilities it delivers. The new website launch coincides with Senix Corporation's 25th anniversary of continuous industry leadership in delivering advanced, smart ultrasonic sensors worldwide.

Senix Corporation, which was founded in July 1990, created its new website to provide a content-rich resource for anyone who needs a cost-effective, industrial-grade liquid level measurement, distance sensing, or object detection solution. The new Senix.com includes product manuals, how-to articles, videos, and first-person accounts of how ultrasonic sensors are being used in innovative applications worldwide to meet the needs of industry, government and research.

"We launched Senix Corporation 25 years ago with two concurrent breakthrough technologies-the world's first computer-configurable ultrasonic sensor and the world's first push-button "teachable" sensor - combined with a commitment to continuous product innovation and high levels of customer service," said Doug Boehm, founder and chief technology officer, Senix Corporation. "We're embarking on our second 25 years with the same philosophy of product innovation and customer support."

Senix will be unveiling several new products, features, and customer programs in the coming months. Information on these new developments will be available on Senix.com and on the Senix LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube, Google+, and Twitter feeds.

Visit the new site at http://www.senix.com
 

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