PLAINVILLE, CT. Gems™ Sensors announces the release and immediate availability of Fluid Sensors for Medical OEMs, a full-color literature package containing detailed information on Gems products ideally suited for medical equipment. Readers will find all the essential information on compact liquid level switches, electro-optic single point level sensors, flow and pressure sensors designed for use in medical equipment. Product information includes specification and dimensions, special features and benefits of each product, principles of operation, and medical equipment applications.
Along with specific product information, Gems details the development tools it makes available to medical design engineers. These include Rapid Prototyping, Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, Six Sigma Methodologies, Process Capability Studies, and Solid Modeling. These tools, along with decades of application engineering provide Gems Sensors with the perspective and experience required to deliver fluid sensors that measure up to sophisticated and critical applications.
Products featured in the package include the all-new ExOsense™ piezo-resonant non-intrusive level sensor for plastic tanks, the unique LS-350 Series level sensor that incorporates an integrated siphon/fill tube, all-plastic and alloy compact float level switches, the tiny ELS Series of solid-state electro-optic level sensors, several series of engineered-plastic flow switches, the TurboFlow™ Series of miniature hall-effect turbine flow rate sensors detection, and a selection miniature pressure switches.
Celebrating its 50th year of designing and manufacturing “Smarter Products, Better Solutions™”, Gems Sensors is shaping the future of fluid sensing. Gems is a preferred supplier to thousands of companies serving the OEM, MRO, Process, Environmental, and Marine industries because of its innovative approach to sensor design, applications, and problem solving to meet customer-specific needs. Gems Sensors is a leading global manufacturer of liquid level, flow, and pressure sensors and solid-state relays and barriers.