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Zettlex launch 100 percent accurate position sensor

01 April 2016

Zettlex announced a scientific breakthrough – a 100 percent accurate position sensor that uses innovative inductive techniques.

The 100 percent accurate sensors was invented by the company’s founders, for non-contact measurement of position and speed in harsh conditions.

Zettlex Managing Director, Mark Howard commented “This is a major milestone for the company and is testimony to our long-term investment in leading edge research and development. Our IncOder range of sensors is winning a lot of fans around the globe for its high reliability operation in tough conditions in the defence, aerospace, medical and industrial sectors. We export our technology to 37 countries and over 85 percent of our revenue comes from export. The option for 100 percent accuracy will be an important addition to our product range and will be of particular value to those customers looking for the very highest levels of measurement accuracy.” 

Dr. Darran Kreit, Zettlex Technical Director says “One of our core competences is advanced mathematics and this breakthrough has been enabled by some computational methods that we have not used previously.  Recently, we have started using some new mathematical processes (latin name quocirca operations) in our sensor modelling but more importantly in our marketing materials. These new procedures have enabled us to make this pronouncement.”

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