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SPECTRE SENSORS

Spectre Corp is a manufacturer of premium performance pressure transducers. Decades of application experience and custom design allows Spectre the ability to quickly prototype, build and deliver your selection of pressure sensors. Our mission is to meet the customer's application and business requirements, whether they be accuracy, ruggedness, long term performance, or reliable deliveries, Spectre Sensors' goal is to meet and exceed the customer's needs.

Spectre's unique expertise is providing sensors specifically designed and manufactured to meet your application conditions. All the design, manufacturing, assembly, testing and calibration are done in house. This is accomplished in part by our fully automated CNC machine and manual machine shop. ALL of Spectre's digital series transmitters are manufactured and tested in environmental chambers that simulate the customer's exact operating pressure and temperature conditions. Accuracies of 0.05% are standard in digital pressure sensors with optional accuracies to 0.03%.

Spectre products are commonly used in applications for industrial OEMs, fluid power, hydraulic systems, fuel cells, medical gases, HVAC/R, water management, oil and gas exploration, aerospace, scientific research, aircraft ground support and military. Many of Spectre Sensors' products offer UL/cUL, CSA approvals for hazardous environments (ATEX and CRN pending).

At RILCO Industrial Controls, we make sure our customers have the best high-tech industrial automation solutions. We wouldn’t carry and distribute Spectre’s products if we thought otherwise. Contact us today for more information.
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