- THE MAGAZINE
“Our application engineers have been extremely successful in designing a standard range of sensors using our PZT (lead zirconate titanate) and composite piezo materials,” said Tony Beswick, general manager. “We can also tailor our designs to meet customer-specific performance specifications, housing geometry, material or tubing configuration.”
MTC’s piezo ceramic air-in-line sensors include a standard bubble detector for a 4-5 mm tube, which features housing geometry that has been designed to minimize the footprint with a short flexi-circuit for easy connection via a standard zero insertion force connector. Air-in-line sensors can also be customized to meet specific housing geometry, color, adaptation to specific tubing, and inclusion of any special functional features. They are available in a variety of forms, from bare-tuned piezo-ceramic discs or plates to a fully functional packaged sensor.
For more information, visit www.morgantechnicalceramics.com.