KA Sensors Ltd is a specialist sensor manufacturing company based in the small market town of Grantham, in the county of Lincolnshire, England.
Grantham is probably best known in the US as the birthplace of Margaret Thatcher, but in fact is equally as famous for being the place of education for Sir Isaac Newton, one of the most influential scientific brains of all time.
KA Sensors in the US is located within the PMC Engineering facility in Danbury, CT. PMC is celebrating more than 50 successful years in several niche applications for pressure and other sensor applications.
KA Sensors was founded in 2006 by Peter Trevor with the total objective of designing, developing and manufacturing sensors and associated instrumentation for the Motorsport Industry. KA is unique in this regard and a global leader.
The engineering staff have more than 30 years of experience in the design and manufacture of sensor and instrumentation systems, with 15 years of experience in the motor sport industry.
The Grantham facility has the flexibility to design and manufacture both prototype and production volumes of sensors.
The Danbury factory is a large purpose built facility and all the activities associated with design, development and manufacture are carried out here, along with a NIST traceable Calibration Laboratory. All KA products can be calibrated, serviced and supported directly from the Danbury facility.