Transducer Repair Services
Industrial electronics, motors, hydraulics, and mechanical equipment all rely upon different types of transducers and other sensors in order to function properly. In a production environment, an error with a transducer can cause improper machining of the items you’re manufacturing, which can end up disrupting your whole operation. AES can get those sensors back up and running – in fact, we can take care of all your electrical repairs!
Connect with one of our friendly experts today, & let’s get the conversation started! AES is here to help!
Now to get started with our simple, proven AES Repair Process
Once we have received your item for repair, we will receive the item in our system.1
Our quoting specialists will evaluate your item and determine the parts and labor necessary to complete the repair.2
Following your approval, we will get to work on your repair. One of our repair technicians will troubleshoot the problem(s) with the item.3
To ensure the highest level of quality throughout the repair process, we comply with ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2016 standards, and an ESD program.4
Once the repair is complete, we safely package your item and prepare the item for delivery or shipment.5
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What Are Transducers, & How Are They Used?
What’s a transducer? A transducer is simply a device that is designed to be able to convert one form of energy into something else. An audio speaker is one example of an output transducer; it converts electrical signals into sound waves. An electric heater is another example; it converts electricity into heat. There are also input transducers which are able to convert a quantity or a form of energy into an electrical signal. Input transducers are also more commonly known as sensors. Some examples include a microphone (converts sound to voltage) and a variable resistor (converts position or angle to resistance).
How does it work for electronic applications? Almost every electronics circuit makes use of both input transducers and output transducers. In an industrial environment, an input transducer (sensor) can gauge what’s going on with a certain step of the production process, and convert that information into an electrical signal. This input is fed into the system, which is then used by an output transducer to direct the next physical step in the process. Transducers can be used to measure all sorts of quantities (like position, speed, temperature, pressure, displacement, etc.) and help to direct all sorts of automated processes.
Sensor Repair Services with AES
A malfunctioning sensor can result in ruined products, damages to your expensive machinery & equipment, and can even bring your entire production process to a grinding halt. Ain’t nobody got time for that! Transducers and sensors – especially those manufactured for older pieces of equipment – do occasionally require service or repairs. In fact, you may have dozens and dozens of sensors in use across your facility, which makes it all the more important that you have a capable sensor repair partner.
The good news? At AES, transducer repair service is one of our specialties! We can get your sensor OEMs back up and running properly. Our technicians are trained in the best diagnostic techniques, and we have plenty of experience in conducting any and all needed repairs or component replacements.
Why Choose AES for Your Transducer Repair Services?
Since 1992, AES has established a proven track record of servicing not just transducers and sensors, but industrial electronics and machinery of all sorts. Because we help to keep all of your essential equipment running, we’re ultimately helping your business bottom line, too. Here’s more of what sets AES apart:
Fast Turnaround Time
A quality transducer repair or sensor repair will take some time, but with AES, it will take no longer than absolutely necessary! We offer a quick standard turnaround time of 8-10 business days for repair projects, but we can also deliver a RUSH turnaround time of just 1-3 business days, if that’s what your special needs require.
Commitment to Quality
At AES, we still do things the old-fashioned way. In other words, we do things right! We’re committed to providing the highest possible quality of repair services for every project, for every client. We’ve been successfully repairing transducers and sensors for decades, and we can take care of yours, too!
Experienced, Trained Professionals
We know that we can serve your needs well at AES. Our team of repair technicians possesses tons of relevant experience; we’ve worked with essentially every type of industrial electronic equipment that exists. We also invest in ongoing training to expand our team’s abilities even further, meaning we’ll always be ready to serve your needs – both now and in the future.
A Better Budget Solution
Why pay to replace an entire piece of expensive equipment, when all that may be needed are some capable transducer repairs or service? AES can take care of that for you, and we can get your equipment back online quickly. When you choose to partner with AES, you’ll be saving valuable time & money, along with preventing any unnecessary frustrations & headaches.
The Best Repair Warranty Around!
And here’s one more convincing reason to choose AES. Everyone says they do good work, but we do more than just talk. We stand behind everything we do with a 24-Month Limited Warranty! What does that mean, exactly? If a problem should arise during that time period, which is deemed to be a repair workmanship issue, AES will provide follow-up repair service for you at NO cost! How’s that for service?
Connect with AES for Your Transducer Repair Services
Ready to get your transducer or industrial equipment sensor back online and working properly? We can make that happen for you; AES has you covered! Reach out today at (866) 386-1001, and let’s start the conversation! We’re here to help!