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KA Sensors is a dynamic and flexible company offering over 30 years of sensor design and instrumentation experience to the demanding motor sports industry. Our founding principles are to provide a complete solution to our customers, with service and confidentiality being paramount. Our understanding of the complex requirements of racing make us the ideal company to assist in your testing and gain those valuable thousandths of a second each lap.

The NTC2 Series  of air temperature sensors is designed to withstand the most demanding of environments. They are available in a wide selection of materials with the innovative heat insulating PEEK ISOTIP™.

The NPT2 Series of air temperature sensors is designed to withstand the most demanding of environments. They are available in a wide selection of materials with the innovative heat insulating PEEK ISOTIP™. 

The NTC1 Series of fluid temperature sensors is designed to withstand the most demanding of environments. With a choice of two types of sensing elements, PT1000 or NTC thermistor.

The NPT1 Series of fluid temperature sensors is designed to withstand the most demanding of environments. With a choice of materials and two types of sensing elements, PT1000 or NTC thermistor.

The KIR3 Series of miniature infra-red temperature sensors offers non-contact measurement of tires, carbon & steel brake rotors, clutch and engine temperatures.

The KIR4 Series of infra-red sensors offers a compact, rugged and reliable solution for non-contact temperature measurement and is often used to monitor tire performance.

The KIR16X4 Series of infra-red tire temperature sensors provide race engineers with a matrix of 16 x 4 independent temperature points across the tire. It is a lightweight sensor that has a CAN Bus 1Mb output for direct connection to most modern data loggers.

The KTC Series of thermocouples use high temperature 310 grade stainless steel or Inconel to survive the harsh environment of a race car exhaust system.