May 21, 2014
SignalQuest Selected By Lockheed Martin as a Small Business Supplier of the Year
Prominent award honors top suppliers that steadily offer unparalleled technology and commitment of support through the year. Handful of awardees drawn from thousands of Lockheed suppliers for outstanding service.
December 4, 2013
Lebanon, NH (December 04, 2013) – SignalQuest, Inc. today announced the release of two new application circuits for the SQ-SEN-200 and SQ-MIN-200 sensors that consume only 50 nA at rest, and will reliably detect motion using the SQ-SEN or MIN-200; An added benefit to this new circuit is the AC coupling of the sensor, which produces a high output
November 13, 2012
Rugged, Fully Calibrated Dynamic Inclinometer Produces Fast and Accurate True Tilt Angle in Presence of High Vibration, Shock and Linear Acceleration.
The SQ-GIX dynamic inclinometer employs aerospace grade sensor fusion algorithms with calibrated, compensated MEMS sensors and distils these to one simple output, making fast and accurate true tilt angle
April 16, 2012
The SQ-ASE radially sensitive shock and acceleration sensor acts like a shock sensitive switch that is normally open until its threshold is exceeded and then momentarily closes. Intrinsic zero power operation offer incredible power reduction when compared to active sensors. The sensor is supplied in a package that fits on a standard 2- pad SMT landing
April 16, 2012
The SQ-SEN-815B bidirectional tilt sensor acts like a position sensitive switch that is normally open at horizontal and normally closed when tipped 15 degrees up or down. Intrinsic zero power operation offers incredible power reduction when compared to active sensors. The sensor is supplied in a package that fits on a standard 2-pad SMT landing making it
November 5, 2010
Fitting on a 2-pad SMT landing, the SQ-MIN-200 micromechanical tilt and vibration sensor can operate 20 years on a single coin cell. The device features omnidirectional sensitivity, nano-power design and is suited for size-constrained devices such as RFID tags, GPS trackers, Bluetooth ear pieces, wrist watches, and hearing aids.