Mantracourt to Exhibit Wireless Sensor Technology at Sensors Expo & Conference 2015

Mantracourt to Exhibit Wireless Sensor Technology at Sensors Expo & Conference 2015
Mantracourt Electronics Ltd.

Mantracourt to Exhibit Wireless Sensor Technology at  Sensors Expo & Conference 2015

Mantracourt will be exhibiting its analogue and digital sensor interface technology at Sensors Expo, to be held in California

Leading electronic instrumentation manufacturer Mantracourt has announced that it will be exhibiting at this year's Sensors Expo and Conference 2015 in California, to be held from the 9th - 11th June. 

Mantracourt will be exhibiting its analogue and digital sensor interface technology including strain gauge signal conditioners.  The acclaimed T24 wireless telemetry system and data logging software will also be showcased.  Mantracourt is a respected supplier to major OEM manufacturers and the wider engineering and scientific community around the world.

Sensors Expo & Conference is a leading US event that focuses exclusively on sensors and sensor-integrated systems.

"We are very much looking forward to the show,” said Kelly Voysey, Sales Manager. “We will be meeting with many of our existing OEM customers, and we also hope to meet with new potential customers.  Exhibiting at Sensors Expo is also an important opportunity for us to support our local Technical Partner, Swann & Associates, and to increase the brand awareness of Mantracourt to a broader 'sensors' audience."

UK-based Mantracourt is a world leader in the design and manufacture of electronics for measurement technologies, including strain gauge, temperature, resistance, pressure, voltage, current, potentiometer, rate, flow, LVDT and displacement in either analogue, digital or wireless form. “On the stand, we will be demonstrating our T24 wireless instrumentation products,” said Kelly Voysey. “The T24 wireless solutions are enabling many innovations in measurement and control, especially with moving equipment, temporary installations or difficult to access locations.” 

The Mantracourt T24 wireless telemetry range is a flexible low power radio system designed to enable the transmission of high accuracy measurement data from load cells, inclinometers, accelerometers, temperature, displacement and pressure sensors. With a combination of transmitter and receiver technologies, engineers are able to remotely monitor instrumentation readings.

Mantracourt will be exhibiting at Booth No. 840 with local technical partner Swann & Associates.

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About Mantracourt

Mantracourt design and manufacture instrumentation for load cells, strain gauges, pressure sensors, torque transducers, flow sensors, temperature sensors, for signal conditioning, display and control using analogue, digital and radio wireless telemetry techniques. Based near Exeter in the South-West of England, Mantracourt Electronics has become firmly established as a key technology provider to many major OEM sensor manufacturers and now has a product range of over 1000 designs. Key to its commercial success is Mantracourt's specialist engineering team that is constantly developing new products using the latest technologies and components. Mantracourt was awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade in 2009.

Mantracourt Contact:

Louise Stubbs

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Company: Mantracourt Electronics Ltd.
Country: United Kingdom (UK)
Phone number: +44 (0)1395-232020

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