Micronor Fiber Optic Microswitch Wins 2017 ECN IMPACT Award
World’s First Fiber Optic Microswitch Scores First Place for Electromechanical/Mechanical Devices
Camarillo, CA – Micronor’s MR386 ZapFREE® Fiber Optic Microswitch has been awarded Electronic Component News magazine’s 2017 ECN IMPACT Award for Electromechanical/Mechanical products. Micronor Chief Engineer Robert Rickenbach accepted the prestigious, First Place award from ECN and Group Editorial Director Joyceann Garippa at last month’s special dinner event.
Since 2003, Micronor Inc. has been a pioneer of innovative Fiber Optic Kinetic Sensors for both industrial and medical applications. Products include Fiber Optic Position Sensors, Rotary Encoders, Linear Encoders, Signaling, E-Stop, Microswitch, Accelerometer, and Temperature Sensors. These sensors are designed for challenging applications where immunity to EMI, RFI, microwaves, high voltage, magnetic fields, radiation and/or explosive atmospheres is required, as well as MRI compatibility or long distance operation. Micronor maintains regional sales, service, engineering, and manufacturing facilities in both California, USA and Switzerland.