Sensors

The most general defintion of a sensor is a device that is acting as an interface between an electronic circuit and the environment. In a car, for example, hundreds of sensors measure temperature of the engine, air pressure in a tire, light intensity of the surrounding, magnetic fields, acceleration of the car, rotation of the engine, humidity, etc.

We offer a wide portfolio of different sensors for automotive, industrial, white goods and consumer applications.

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TATEYAMA Kagaku Ind. Co, Ltd. was established 1958 in Toyama, Japan.
TATEYAMA is a manufacturer who develops and produces high-classed thick-film chip thermistors. The chip thermistors are based on an Alumina substrate (Al2O3) and protected by a glass coating against humidity. All products are characterized by a high mechanical strength, superior thermal responsiveness, high reliability and extreme long life time at excellent price/performance ratio.
All products are certified by AEC-Q200 and produced on TS16949 standard.

http://www.tateyama.jp
SEMITEC Corporation was established 1958 in Tokyo, Japan.
SEMITEC is a manufacturer who develops and produces high-classed leaded and epoxy coated thermistors based on a semiconducting ceramic resistor. All products are characterized by a high mechanical strength, superior thermal responsiveness, high reliability and extreme long life time at excellent price/performance ratio.
http://www.semitec.co.jp
Everlight Electronics Co. , Ltd was founded in 1983 in Taipei as a manufacturer for optoelectronic devices. Everlight was played an important role in development of LED technology and is nowadays  one of the  biggest producers of optoelectronic devices. Everligth offers a wide variety of devices like High-Power-LEDs, low-power SMD- LEDs, LED-Displays, photocoupler and IR-components.

http://www.everlight.com
NICERA (Nippon Ceramic Co., Ltd) is a Japanese company, founded in1975 and located in Tottori area. The core products of NICERA are ceramic devices and semiconductor materials which are used to make infrared sensors to protect property and life, ultrasonic sensor for car safety and theft prevention, Hall sensors for detecting magnetic fields and ferrite material for producing coils.
http://www.nicera.co.jp
New Japan Radio Co., Ltd. (NJRC) is a high performance analog semiconductor company headquartered in Tokio, Japan. Founded in 1956, the company focused on development and production of high quality OPAmps, LDO, audio and RF device. Using bipolar, CMOS and BCD technology NJRC provides a wide range of products for consumer as well for industrial and automotive application.
Using own factories and technology they can commit for long term supply and also customer made device with high quality standards.
https://www.njr.com/micro/sensor/
TEWA Sensors was established 1964 in Lublin, Poland.
TEWA is a manufacturer who develops and produces high-classed assembled and customized temperature sensors. TEWA Temperature Sensors offers a wide range of standard and customized temperature sensors designed according to individual customer´s requirements covering applications in temperature range between -100°C and +600°C.
All products are characterized by a high mechanical strength, superior thermal responsiveness, high reliability and extreme long life time at excellent price/performance ratio.
http://www.tewa-sensors.com
Micronas (SIX Swiss Exchange: MASN) is known and recognized in the automotive and industrial business as a reliable global partner for intelligent, sensor-based system solutions. Micronas offers a variety of Hall sensors and embedded controllers for smart actuators for automotive and industrial applications, such as drive trains, chassis frames, engine management and convenience functions.

Micronas serves all major automotive electronics customers worldwide, many of them in continuous partnerships seeking joint success. While the holding company is headquartered in Zurich (Switzerland), operational headquarters are based in Freiburg (Germany). Currently, the Micronas Group employs around 900 persons.

http://www.micronas.com
Crocus Technology develops and supplies magnetic sensors based on its revolutionary and patented XtremeSense® TMR technology.

Crocus magnetic sensors bring significant advantages to industrial and consumer electronic applications requiring high sensitivity, stable magnetic performance over temperature, low power and low noise while lowering the overall total solution cost.

Crocus is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, with an office in Grenoble, France.
Crocus Technology is committed to maintaining its operations and quality systems to be compliant with ISO 9001 standards.

https://crocus-technology.com/

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