Hypernetics designs, manufactures, & markets high performance electromagnetic devices, supporting leading-edge & legacy business solutions for the aerospace industry for both commercial and military applications. Hypernetics is devoted to delivering innovative technology through cutting edge design & manufacturing processes. Hypernetics can address the very demanding requirements of other aircraft devices both electromagnetic and non-electromagnetic.
Hypernetics has developed a family of low power, high performance indicators for use in flight and engine instruments. Hypernetics range of electromagnetic indicators includes magnetic wheel indicators & flag failure indicators. They can be used as single units or as stacked assemblies to present either a multiple-digit or alpha-numeric display & are designed for continuous operation to 125°C.
Electromagnetic indicators are ideally suited as aircraft instrument readouts. Reliability is excellent even in direct sunlight. If power fails, readout remains visible. The only moving component is the indicator permanent magnetic rotor which is mounted on ball bearings. Designs ensure reliable performance in severe thermal shock environments.
A critical component of aircraft braking systems, wheel tachometers are required to convert rotational wheel speed information into periodic voltage signals. Anti-skid control systems monitor the variation in wheel tachometer signal frequency to detect incipient skidding.
Hypernetics designs and manufactures, to customer specifications, wheel tachometers to meet the challenges of high cycle life and adverse environmental requirements in both commercial and military aircraft.
Hypernetics designs and manufactures Permanent Magnet Alternators to meet customer envelope and performance requirements.
Proximity sensors are used throughout the aircraft in applications such as landing gear position, thrust reverser position and hatch and door position.
Hypernetics designs and manufactures Proximity Sensors to meet customer envelope and performance requirements.