Our LS-800 is designed for exceptional versatility in your challenging environments. From water and day tank level sensing to pump and lube oil level control, the LS-800 can be configured to serve your most demanding applications.
From harsh environments to high shock and vibration and extreme temperatures, Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV) are exposed to conditions that test their limits. And in this industry, time lost due to equipment malfunctions can be extremely costly and disruptive events.
As someone involved in the OEM design process, here’s a scenario you’re probably familiar with: Your company is embarking on a new design for the medical market. It’s a competitive and fast-paced market so you’re concerned about development time and equipment costs. You must meet strict regulations. Your device requires fluid handling and you’ll need support of a sensors and controls supplier.
Looking for practical, dependable solutions for your plant or factory? Gems Sensors & Controls has you covered! Gems is a leading manufacturer of liquid level, flow, and pressure sensors, miniature solenoid valves, solid-state electronics and fluid systems.
In celebration of Read Across America Day 2018 and Dr Seuss' birthday on March 2, Gems employees volunteered to read to first grade students at Smalley Academy in New Britain, Connecticut.
February 18-24 is Engineers Week. To celebrate, here is a look at our engineers whose hard work and innovation make a difference in our world! From agricultural equipment to locomotives to medical devices, Gems' portfolio of liquid level, flow, and pressure sensors, miniature solenoid valves, proximity switches and pre-assembled fluidic systems help make a difference in the world we all interact with every day.
Product Manger, Tim Kelley, demonstrates how to properly wire and use our Warrick Conductivity Controlers.
On October 26, BLOODHOUND SSC, a British supersonic land vehicle that is currently in development, made its first public run. In front of assembled media and guests, the 5.5-ton vehicle accelerated to 210 mph in 8.0 seconds from stationary. The trial was a significant milestone in testing the car’s systems as it continues its pursuit of reaching new World Land Speed Record of 800 mph in 2019 and 1,000 mph in 2020.
Printing has come a long way since the invention of the printing press in the 1400s. Printers are faster and more advanced than ever before. But being on the cutting edge in the printing industry requires technology that can measure up. Insert the continuous level sensor. Literally. Swapping your point level sensor for a continuous level sensor will result in improvements for printer OEMs such as reduced printer interruptions, reduced liquid displacement, and a smaller equipment footprint.