03 Sep 2017









http://www.magsensors.com/applications.phpMagnetic Sensors Corporation was incorporated in August 1983 after acquisition of Sensor Systems, Inc., a company in the Philadelphia, PA area that was making variable reluctance speed sensors for computer peripheral applications.

MSC has transformed its marketing base so that computer peripheral applications are no longer the dominant portion of our business. We now have a growing and diverse customer, industry, and applications foundation.

MSC components are found in commercial jets, combat helicopters, satellites, Bradley tanks, farm implements, earth moving equipment, turbines, highway diesel tractors, home electronics, and much more.

In 2000 we acquired the UTE line of automotive after market vehicle speed sensors, or VSS. This has opened a whole new market for us. Applications for these sturdy sensors aren’t limited to their original target market of hot rods and cruise control installations. We have customers who are installing them in trucks, military vehicles and many other uses.

Early in 2003 we received certification for ISO 9001-2000.

Clients choose us for our individualized customer service. Many of our competitors are huge and it is impossible to contact a human being for help. We are a small company, which makes for a responsive company that you can depend on, be your order for one unit or tens of thousands – WE CAN MEET YOUR NEED.

Mission Statement

Magnetic Sensors Corporation is committed to meeting customer requirements and increasing customer satisfaction through continual improvement of its products, services, and the quality management system.


WORLDWIDE INDEPENDENT INVENTORS ASSOCIATION OBJECTIVES:coordinating and developing the W.I.I.A. on international level – protecting the rights of the inventors and the intellectual property rights, supporting the inventors for the achievement of prototypes and their homologation – promoting the inventions by organizing the attending fairs and expositions on national and international level – promoting the inventions on internal and external markets, as well as wining new markets.