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Ultrasonic Sensors for OEMs, Engineers, Distributors & Educators

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MaxBotix Inc., designs and manufactures ultrasonic sensors for a wide variety of applications. We have been driving innovation in the ultrasonic sensor industry for the last 10 years. Our ultrasonic sensors are made in America and shipped worldwide from our 22,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Minnesota, USA.

Integrity & Excellence. Customer satisfaction is our first priority — including product selection, design, development, ordering, shipping, and technical support. Ordering is easy through our online store or customers can purchase from one of our many distributors worldwide. MaxBotix Inc., offers hundreds of easy-to-use ultrasonic distance sensors across 20 product lines. See our product catalog of Ultrasonic Sensors.


Inc 5000 Overall Seal

NEW YORK, August 12, 2015. Inc. Magazine ranks MaxBotix Inc., No. 3616 on its 34th annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of America's fastest growing private companies. The Inc. 5000 list presents the most comprehensive look at America's job creators. Companies are ranked according to the percentage growth of their annual revenue over a three–year period from 2011 to 2014.

Bob Gross, President & CEO says, "It's an honor to be recognized among the leading companies in America. We appreciate our employees for their dedication and talent, as well as our loyal customers for their support."


Application Specific. Different applications require different ultrasonic sensors. We design our processes to manufacture ultrasonic sensors by the thousands. It is that simple. Engineers and OEMs value our factory calibrations because once a product is selected they can move forward with their large-scale deployment without manually configuring each individual sensor.

    Featured Applications

  • People Detection
  • Remote Bin Measurement
  • Automated Store Displays
  • Water Level Measurement
  • Parking Sensor
  • More Applications
 

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Corporate Mission. We believe in products that make a difference. Our goal is to design and manufacture sensor technology that drives innovation and creates exciting new industries and applications. We are always surprised with how creative customers are in using our sensors. See for yourself on Facebook. Our products make new technologies possible, productive, and profitable.

  • Mission. Be the sensor company of choice by providing high quality, easy‑to‑use, cost effective sensors that meet the customer’s requirements.
  • Quality Concept. Meet the requirements and expectations of our customers by continuously improving our products, services, and business processes.
  • Industry Vision. Creating vision for the future.

Community Vision. Our community mission is "Better Jobs for a Better Community". In 2014, we were selected as one of three finalists from 900 companies by the Brainerd Area Chamber of Commerce for the Business Excellence Award. You can read the article in the Brainerd Dispatch: MaxBotix Repurposes Equestrian Center. And, yes, we started in a garage like other great innovators!

  • Proven Applications. We have invested years in product design and development. See our list of Applications.
  • Consistent Quality. Factory calibrations are performed for our ultrasonic sensors to have the same response within a specified range for the same target — every time!
  • Custom Solutions. Our engineers work with you to design, test, and manufacture a custom solution if we do not already have the sensor for your application.

INTEGRITY. INNOVATION. EXCELLENCE.

 
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