MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division, showcased the company’s full line of magnetostrictive sensors at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) 2013 in Houston, May 6-9 (booth # 7446). MTS Sensors’ products meet many industry needs across a range of applications, including petrochemical storage tanks, valves, drilling rigs and others.
At AISTech 2013 in Pittsburgh, May 6-9 (booth # 209), MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division, is showcasing a range of magnetostrictive sensors designed for operation in high temperature environments, such as those found in steel mills and power generation applications.
Apr 15 2013 MTS Sensors Improves Wind-Tunnel Accuracy
Machine Design recently published an article on how position sensors and test systems boost wind-tunnel accuracy
Continuing the company’s leadership in innovation for position measurement in mobile hydraulic applications, MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division is introducing two new products at AG CONNECT 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri, January 29-31st.
MTS Sensors wins Design World’s prestigious 2012 Leadership in Engineering award in the category of Switches and Sensors.
Dec 05 2012 (MTS-331) MTS Showcases 'Efficient Farming Through innovative Sensing; at AGCONNECT 2013
MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division, will be focusing on innovative uses of linear positioning sensors in farm equipment at AGCONNECT 2013 in Kansas City, Missouri, January 29-31, 2013 (Booth # 4503). MTS Sensors produces MH-Series Temposonics® sensors for a wide range of vehicles used in agricultural applications, including harvesters, tractors, transportation trucks and many more.
Nov 05 2012 (MTS-323) MTS Sensors Announces Simplified Configuration For EtherNet/IP Interfaces With Add-On Profiles
MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division, has announced the addition of an EDS (Electronic Data Sheet) AOP (Add-On Profile) for its R-Series Ethernet/IP linear position sensors, making it even easier to add devices to a network. An AOP is an RSLogix (Logix Designer) component used to configure modules on a network. An EDS contains configuration data for a specific type of device and is provided by the device supplier as part of the ODVA standards compliance.
Cary, N.C. (October 17, 2012) – MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division has introduced a new detached electronics housing system for use with Temposonics® G-Series Sensors. G-Series sensors offer backward compatibility for use in retrofitting equipment designed around legacy sensors from MTS. By remotely mounting the sensor electronics, users can remove the electronic components away from harsh environments where they may be affected by temperature, shock, vibration or other conditions, without impacting the performance of the sensor.
MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division, will be exhibiting a wide range of Temposonics® sensors at the Timber Processing and Energy Expo, Oct. 17-19, in Portland Oregon. MTS Sensors produces magnetostrictive sensors for a wide range of applications in these industries, including curve sawing, wood harvesting/sawmills and cutting stackers.