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Captron Electronic  Profile

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Captron Electronic  Company Overview

Captron Electronic, founded in 1983 in Munich, Germany, is a manufacturer of high quality optical and capacitive sensors. Captron's focus on development and production lies in the capacitive sensor technology, including micro system engineering, laser technology and plastic extrusion coating of its sensors.  Both standard sensors and custom sensors are offered.

Captron Electronic  Products

The types of products manufactured by Captron Electronic include Level monitoring sensors, Traffic Technology sensors, Safety Technology sensors, Optical Sensors, SENSORswitches, Proximity Switches, and Special Sensors.

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