Micronor, Inc.

Micronor, Inc.

900 Calle Plano, Ste. K
Camarillo, California 93012
Phone: 805-389-6600
About the Company

Micronor Inc. was founded 2003 in Newbury Park, California. The founders accurately predicted the need for fiber optic kinetic sensors which provide immunity from lightning, EMI/RFI, radiation and magnetic fields. Based on an innovative and patented technology, using wavelength as the information carrier, the first product introduced to the market was the incremental encoder. These products are used in the transportation, energy, mining, oil and gas industries for position sensing and controlling the speed of VFD drives.

As an innovative and flexible company, Micronor offers a wide range of fiber optic kinetic sensors:

  • Rotary position sensors
  • Rotary incremental encoders
  • Linear position sensors
  • Linear incremental encoders
  • Emergency stop
  • Microswitch
  • U-beam
  • Accelerometer
  • Temperature sensors
  • Encoder Extender

Our products are used everywhere that you can think of:

  • industrial automation and robotic systems
  • process automation and control
  • medical equipment and MRI imaging
  • railway, aerial cable cars and other transportation
  • food processing and manufacturing
  • petrochemical plants, refineries and oil rigs
  • utilities, dams, hydroelectric and nuclear power plants
  • advanced research laboratories including CERN, PSI, and LLNL
  • mines and ore processing
  • steel mills and rolling plants
  • cranes, hoists and conveyors
  • moveable bridges
  • military and aerospace

OEM Solutions

Innovation and a deep technical fiber optics know-how allows Micronor to tackle challenging tasks for position measuring solutions that will work reliably in hostile environments. Micronor has also partnered with numerous companies solving and implementing measurement solutions for railway, nuclear research, switchgear, medical MRI applications and research laboratories. Micronor maintains regional sales, service, engineering, and manufacturing facilities in both California, USA and Switzerland.