by | Dec 16, 2021

Kaman AMS-3000 Family of Non-Contact Displacement Sensors Recognized for Excellence in Sensors Innovation


San Jose, CA Kaman has been named a winner in the 2021 Best of Sensors Awards. The company's AMS Family of Non-Contact Displacement Sensors was recognized in the Data Acquisition & Analytics category, which highlights cutting-edge advancements and achievements that are moving the sensors industry forward. These prestigious awards for each category winner were announced during Sensors Converge, which took place September 21-23 in San Jose, CA. 


The AMS non-contact displacement sensors are capable of operation in environments up to and greater than 5000 PSI, with some designs capable of exceeding 30,000 PSI. The high-precision sensors deliver a 2:1 size-to-range factor. Compatible with any ferromagnetic target, the AMS sensors are capable of delivering resolution of 1 µm or less.


Questex's Sensors Converge is the one in-person and virtual event covering the biggest design engineering trends. From sensors and chips to the cloud, Sensors Converge covers the technologies and applications driving innovation today. The winners of the 2021 Best of Sensors Awards represent the advances in innovations and real-world applications of sensors, as well as the teams and individuals who demonstrate commitment to engineering excellence and overall ingenuity. 

For over three decades, Sensors Converge has been bringing together the most exciting technological advancements and cutting-edge applications from across the industry. The winners of this year's Best of Sensors Awards underscore just how far-reaching the impacts of these innovations have become, especially over the past 18 months. Kaman personifies the commitment to engineering excellence and overall ingenuity we look for and we are thrilled to recognize their efforts in an extremely competitive field, noted Charlene Soucy, Senior Director, Sensors Converge.  


It is an honor to receive this recognition from Sensors Converge for the unique contribution Kaman has made to the industry. We are delighted that the AMS family of products has proven successful in extremely high-pressure environment applications and we look forward to being part of a future marked by more innovations, says Mario Mazzotta, Director of Business Development for Kaman Precision Products.


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About Kaman Precision Products Measurement Division

Kaman Precision Products Measurement Division is a worldwide leader in the design and production of high-performance, precision non-contact position measuring systems using inductive, Eddy current technology. Recognizing that each customer has specific individual requirements, Kaman consults with customers to help choose the best sensor, conditioning electronics, and calibration for each application. With more than 40 years of experience, our advanced family of high-precision position sensors is used in hundreds of applications in aerospace, automotive, energy, metals production, metalworking industries, and many others. 

Part of Kaman Corporation of Bloomfield, Connecticut, we design and manufacture our products at a state of the art production facility that meets AS9100/B and ISO 9001:2000 quality management system requirements.

For more information call 800-552-6267, email [email protected] or go to www.kamansensors.com.


About Sensors Converge

For 36 years Sensors Expo & Conference has brought together the design engineering community to network, share ideas, and define the future roadmap for the sensors industry. In 2021, we're excited to curate a live, in-person experience called Sensors Converge, where the industry can come together, safely, to collaborate and conduct business. Sensors Converge is part of the Fierce Technology Group, a division of Questex, which also produces the Best of Sensors Awards, Fierce Sensors, and daily content and newsletters on Fierce Electronics at www.fierceelectronics.com.


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