Founded in 1967, Setra Systems, Inc. is a leading designer and manufacturer of pressure, acceleration, and weight sensing devices. Setra has devoted its engineering and research efforts to the development of transducers and systems based on the highly accurate variable capacitive transduction principle. Setra’s founders, Dr. Y.T. Li and Dr. S.Y. Lee, are Professors Emeritus of Engineering at MIT and the co–developers of the variable capacitance transduction principle, the innovative force sensing technology which is the heart of Setra’s products. Setra is ANSI–ASQ ISO 9001:2008 certified through our registrar, National Quality Assurance (NQA). This prestigious certification requires Setra to maintain a documented quality system to ensure customer satisfaction through controlled design, manufacturing, and employee training programs. Setra Technology Park owned by Setra Systems, Inc., is located on a scenic 23 acre site in Box borough, Massachusetts. Setra’s building is approximately 100,000 square feet and houses the executive offices, sales offices, and manufacturing facilities. In addition, Setra has additional manufacturing capacity in China at our wholly owned subsidiary, Danaher Sensors and Controls.
Setra Systems designs and manufactures a broad line of sensing products. This includes humidity, current, vacuum, and pressure sensing instruments, low pressure calibrators, and weighing and counting scales for a wide variety of applications in the HVAC/R, Semiconductor, Test & Measurement, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Barometric, Vacuum, and Industrial markets. Setra has been designing and manufacturing sensor instruments and products since 1967, and we are dedicated to lean manufacturing, standard processes, and continuous improvement.
Setra delivers exceptional customer service, engineering expertise, and technical support to reduce development risks, improve the understanding of design issues, and quickly identify the right solutions. Decades of application engineering experience provides the perspective and knowledge to quickly prototype, build, and deliver components, sub–assemblies or systems exactly to a customer’s critical requirements.