Welcoming our latest team member

Surrey Sensors Ltd. is very pleased to be welcoming our latest team member. Beckie Manning has joined our Advanced Projects team as a Design Engineer, and will be heading our new Naval and Marine Systems initiative. Beckie recently graduated from the...

Combined seven-hole probe with static pressure ring

Using seven-hole probes

(Skip to the technical note) There are a lot of advantages of using a seven-hole probe for aerodynamic measurement: they are reasonably inexpensive (compared to laser diagnostics), they can provide three components of velocity (if properly...

Micro-CTA unit

New 8-channel nano-CTA system now available!

Surrey Sensors Ltd. is very pleased to announce the launch of its new 8-channel nano-CTA system. The latest product based on our “world’s smallest” CTA system driving our proprietary CMOS sensor elements, this system offers...

Pressure scanner, OEM configuration

Honeywell SIoT webinar will feature Surrey Sensors Ltd.

An upcoming Honeywell SIoT webinar will feature Surrey Sensors Ltd. products, showcased by our Director of Reserach, Dr. David Birch. The webinar, scheduled for April 11 2019 at 16:00 BST, is open to the public and will cover topics about measurement...

Pressure scanner - tube connection close-up

SSL Featured in Honeywell case study

Surrey Sensors Ltd. is pleased to announce that its products have been featured in a Honeywell case study. The study, released earlier this year, describes how Honeywell’s lines of board-mounted pressure sensors are so valuable in the...

Micro-CTA unit

The world’s smallest CTA system

Surrey Sensors Ltd. (SSL) is pleased to announce that it has just released what is believed to be the world’s smallest self-contained CTA system. This next-generation nano-CTA unit measures less than 20 mm x 10 mm, and drives the specialised...

Micro-CTA, complete system

Micro-CTA featured at Wind Engineering Society conference

Our Director of Research, Dr. David M. Birch, has presented his paper on the development and uses of our micro-CTA at the 13th UK Conference on Wind Engineering in Leeds. This provides some details about ongoing research and development of our...

Nodal distributed data acquisition system

Nano-Newton force transducer

Surrey Sensors Ltd. is delighted to announce that we have successfully tested our new nano-Newton force transducer prototype! Using a piezoresistive silicon bridge sensing element and our proprietary small-signal conditioning system, we have...