Founded in 1947, Endevco Corporation has grown from a small research and development firm to an international corporation, supporting customers with a global network of manufacturing and research facilities, sales offices and field engineers. For 60 years Endevco has been providing the most trusted solutions for the world’s most challenging measurement applications.
Headquartered in San Juan Capistrano, California, Endevco is the world’s leading designer and manufacturer of dynamic instrumentation for vibration, shock and pressure measurements. Endevco’s accelerometer and shock sensor product offering includes piezoelectric, IEPE, piezoresistive and variable capacitance type devices. Endevco's pressure products include both piezoelectric and piezoresistive type transducers for use in dynamic, static and acoustic applications.
All of these transducers are supported by a complete line of related signal conditioners, amplifiers, cables, measurement systems and accessories. Over the years Endevco has earned a reputation for providing mission critical performance for the most challenging aerospace, automotive, defense, industrial, and medical applications where accurate and reliable data is absolutely vital. Examples of this include impact monitoring of NASA’s space shuttle, automotive crash and crush safety testing, in-flight gas turbine vibration monitoring, and activity monitoring in pacemakers.
In November 1994, Endevco became ISO 9001 certified. Since then company has achieved ISO 14000 environmental standards certification, which demonstrates the commitment to raising quality standards in measurement technology.
Time after time customers have discovered that Endevco products mean reliable data. Endevco provides measurement solutions based on advanced technology, superior performance and total customer support worldwide.
Endevco is one of the early pioneers in the art and science of Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) design and manufacturing. Since the early 1960’s, company has been researching and fabricating these miniature high performance devices in the Silicon Valley. Their facility in Sunnyvale, California utilizes bulk micromachining of silicon to produce many different types of MEMS.