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Sensym ICT Honeywell Sensing  Profile

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Sensym ICT Honeywell Sensing  Company Overview

Invensys Sensor Systems is now a part of Honeywell Sensing and Control - the world's largest single-source supplier of sensors and switches. By combining the SenSym and Foxboro ICT resources, Honeywell is able to offer the greatest level of technological leadership in silicon sensor fabrication and packaging.

Sensym ICT Honeywell Sensing  Products

The types of products manufactured by Sensym ICT Honeywell Sensing include Automotive On-Board, Current Sensors, Fiber Optic Sensors, Force Sensors, Humidity Sensors, Infrared Products, Liquid Level Sensors, Mass Airflow Sensors, Moisture Sensors, Position Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Proximity Sensors, Rail Products, Temperature Sensors, Thermocouples, Non-contact Probes, RTDs, Turbidity Sensors, and Ultrasonic Sensors.

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