ACAL BFI and Sangshin Elecom extend pan-European relationship to include humidity sensors

Acal BFI

Acal BFi, have extended their pan-European relationship with Sangshin Elecom to include the company’s miniature range of resistive and capacitive humidity sensors.

Sangshin’s miniature humidity sensors combine exceptional accuracy and high quality with excellent value and can be used for a wide range of applications, including HVAC, medical, industrial, building and clean room uses.

Martin Kemp, European business development director – Sensors at Acal BFi said: “We are delighted to extend our relationship with Sangshin to develop the European market for their range of capacitive and resistive humidity sensors. Following the acquisition of CompoTRON in 2011 and its integration into Acal BFi, we have successfully developed significant new business for Sangshin’s RF filter and antenna product portfolio across Europe. We are confident that the addition of their sensor products will continue to build on this successful relationship”.

The addition of Sangshin’s humidity sensors complements Acal BFi’s current sensor portfolio and enhances the company’s custom sensor service. Acal BFi have a proven track record in the design, development and build of custom humidity sensor assemblies and work with their customers to develop innovative designs that incorporate the most advanced sensing solutions.

Jae Chang, vice president of Sangshin said: “We have a trusted partner in Acal BFi, and the decision to expand our pan-European agreement with them to include our range of humidity sensors is testament to their recognised design in and custom sensor solution capabilities, which customers requiring our humidity sensors will now benefit from”.

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