Advanced Photonix Gets World's First UL Certification For Terahertz SystemThe Ann Arbor optical and electronic equipment developer Advanced Photonix (NYSE: API) said it had received the world's first full certification from Underwriters Laboratory to use the UL Listing Mark for the T-Gauge terahertz frequency generation system.
Advanced Photonix Sells T-Gauge System To Aircraft Industry For TestingAnn Arbor-based Advanced Photonix Inc. (NYSE: API) announced that it has sold the first T-Gauge 5000 system to a Fortune 500 aircraft component manufacturer.
Advanced Photonix Announces Continued Market Penetration and Terahertz SuccessAdvanced Photonix, the leading supplier of terahertz systems to industry, announced that it has sold two new T-Gauge terahertz sensor systems.
Advanced Photonix Announces Sale of T-Ray Sensor to ChinaAdvanced Photonix announced Tuesday that it has sold a T-Gauge terahertz sensor to Shanghai Gaojing in Shanghai, China.
Advanced Photonix Announces Industrial Sale to Japanese MarketAdvanced Photonix Inc. (NYSE Amex: API) said last week that it had received $760,000 in orders for multiple T-Gauge terahertz systems.
Advanced Photonix, Inc. Continues Industrial Market GrowthAdvanced Photonix Inc. (NYSE Amex: API) announced that it has received orders from its value-added reseller, Thermo Fisher Scientific, for its T-Gauge industrial terahertz gauging system. These systems are scheduled to be delivered late in second quarter of this fiscal year and deployed on the factory floor shortly thereafter.
Advanced Photonix Signs VAR Agreement with ACT
Advanced Photonix Rolling Out New Terahertz Inspection ProductAdvanced Photonix Inc.) said Monday that it is introducing a new terahertz product at the National Plastics Exposition in Orlando, Fla. The new system, called T-Gauge, was developed for the industrial market to be used on the factory floor for quality and process control, including manufacturers of web processing and converting products.
Advanced Photonix Signs Agreement With VARAdvanced Photonix Inc. said Monday it had signed a value-added reseller agreement for its T-Gauge industrial terahertz gauging system with Waltham, Mass.-based Thermo Fisher Scientific for its line of Thermo Scientific Web and metal gauges.
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