Axetris puts micro-technology to work

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Axetris puts micro-technology to work
Axetris puts micro-technology to work

Axetris covers a broad range of micro-technology based products. Axetris will be at Booth 434 in Hall 1 at Sensor + Test exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany. Meet specialists in the following fields:

  • Infrared Sources: Axetris presents a new member of the EMIRS50 product family: Reflector 7 for EMIRS50
     
  • Mass Flow Meters and Controllers: High performance gas flow control for OEMs—now available with PROFINET and EtherCAT interfaces and Bidirectional Flow Measurement
     
  • Laser Gas Detection: Axetris' OEM gas sensing modules are highly selective and self-contained sensors used for the measurement of gases such as NH3, HCI, H2O, CH4, CO2 and others.
     
  • Micro-Optics: Miniaturized lenses for advanced sensor applications, like LIDAR, IR Imaging and Optical Sensing

The Axetris team looks forward to meeting visitors and learning about their applications and needs.

Posted on June 19, 2019 - (11644 views)
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