PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

PCB Piezotronics was founded in 1967 as a manufacturer of piezoelectric quartz sensors, accelerometers, and associated electronics for the measurement of dynamic pressure, force, and vibration. The unique expertise of the company was the incorporation of microelectronic signal conditioning circuitry within these sensors to make them easier to use and more environmentally compatible. These ICP® sensors gained wide popularity and became the foundation for the company's success.

Subsequent growth and steady investment in facilities, machinery, and equipment permitted a constant broadening of the product offering. Measurement capabilities expanded with the addition of piezoceramic, tourmaline, capacitive, piezoresistive, and strain gage sensing technologies. Ensuing products include industrial accelerometers, DC accelerometers, load cells, torque sensors, microphones, pressure transmitters, and calibration equipment.

The backbone of the company is its mission statement: Total Customer Satisfaction. This mission is not only supported by products that offer great value, but also by an unconditional warranty. Factory applications engineering and a worldwide network of sales offices and representatives are readily available to assist with customer requests.

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Torque Wrenches
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Tool Monitors
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Cable Assemblies
(266 Products)
Impact Hammers
(19 Products)
Load Cells
(180 Products)
Patch Panels
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Power Supplies
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Pressure Sensors
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Strain Gauges
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Torque Sensors
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