The leader in Silicon-On-Sapphire Pressure & Temperature Transducer Technology
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About Us
Sensonetics was founded by Armen N. Sahagen in 1998 to develop Silicon-On-Sapphire Pressure & Temperature Pressure Transducers that feature high accuracy, stability and sensitivity with temperatures up to 700F.

Armen Sahagen developed various patents encompassing a wide spectrum of Silicon on Sapphire Pressure and Temperature Transducers and Optical Composition Probes that has lead the Transducers industry in product development. We are continuing Armen's vision in the area of technical innovation which will be the products of tomorrow which are manufactured in the USA.
Armen Sahagen
(1928- 2005)
Armen Sahagen (1928-2005) received his Master of Science Degree from the University of Southern California. In 1954 he helped establish Pacific Semiconductors which later became TRW Semiconductors, and joined Hughes Aircraft in 1957 as Product Manager for the silicon line. From 1962 to 1984 he was President successively, of Western Semiconductors, In 1998 he founded Sensonetics, Inc. where he was the innovator and patent holder of Mercury Free, Silicon-on-Sapphire Pressure & Temperature Transducers, Transmitters and Sensors.

James L. Daughetee
( CEO )
James L. Daughetee came to Sensonetics in 2010 to help direct and grow the company to next level of success. James has over forty (40+) years experience in high tech and military industry. In his early career he was the Manager of Texas Instrument. Through out his career he has held various management level positions for companies such as Xerox, Aerojet Corp (now Northrop Grumman) and Toshiba, Pureline Treatment System.

James has the following Education:

BSEE from Indiana Institute of Technology                           1969
MBA from Universal of Dallas                                                1973
Graduate of Sanford Executive Management School            1993
Six Sigma (Black Belt Certificate) (Toshiba)                         2002