ToughSonic® Ultrasonic Sensors. Tough. Smart.
Senix ToughSonic® ultrasonic sensors measure level and distance through air using ultrasonic sound waves, often replacing unreliable mechanical devices. They provide high reliability and fast, non-contact measurements at distances up to 50 feet (15.2 meters). Thousands are in use worldwide in many industries in both indoor and outdoor applications.
The Senix ToughSonic and ToughSonic CHEM product lines represent more than 28 years of ultrasonic innovation and engineering. Senix was the first company to introduce computer-controlled ultrasonic sensors in 1990 and we have been making them tougher and smarter ever since. Senix ultrasonic sensors are designed to handle even the most challenging liquid and distance measurement applications and environments. We make them tough and smart and we back them up with outstanding customer service and support.
Call or email us with your sensor challenges before or after you purchase our products. We’ll help you get the most out of your ultrasonic sensors. +1 802 489 7300.
What our customers say…
- Rugged electronic circuitry designed and engineered specifically to meet Toughsonic standards for power, control and longevity.
- The highest quality, ruggedized piezoelectric ultrasonic transducers.
- Electronics, transducers and cables fully potted in an epoxy resin chosen for its exceptional strength and unique acoustic properties.
- 316 Stainless steel or Kynar® (PVDF) housings designed to stand up to the most demanding environments.
- SenixVIEW™ Software
Every ToughSonic® sensor comes with SenixVIEW sensor configuration and analysis software. SenixVIEW allows you to customize over 60 configuration parameters, dozens of output combinations, networking, data logging and reporting features all accessible through an intuitive graphical interface. SenixVIEW gives you complete control over your ultrasonic sensors.
ToughSonic® sensors have up to six simultaneous outputs that are fully configurable using SenixVIEW PC software. In addition to an RS-232 or RS-485 serial data interface there are 4-20 mA current loop, voltage and solid state switch outputs.
- “Teach Feature”
Many ToughSonic® models can be configured using a simple push-button “Teach” feature. We invented this feature in 1990 to offer in-situ adjustment when a PC is not available or cannot be used in the environment.
Common Sensor Applications
ToughSonic sensors detect the presence, absence or position of an object or person. We use high sensitivity transducers and advanced control algorithms to detect small objects and even weak-reflecting materials such as clothing and woven and non-woven materials. Read more on object detection applications.
ToughSonic sensors don’t just detect an object, they measure the distance to that object. Distance ranging permits different responses depending on whether the object is approaching, stopped, or retreating. The speed at which objects are moving can also be measured. Read more on distance measurement applications.