The site includes an interactive feature that depicts KSR’s role as a bumper-to-bumper automotive component supplier.
“Not only have we positioned our manufacturing and distribution facilities globally to be nearer to our customers, but our website now provides a clearer picture on how we support the manufacturers of some of the most popular nameplates in the automotive industry,” says Craig Arnold, CEO & President.
With headquarters and manufacturing in Ridgetown, Ontario (Canada) and Sales & Engineering offices in Southfield, MI (USA), KSR manufacturing and distribution facilities are located globally in China, Brazil, Europe & Mexico (http://www.ksrint.com/?
Recently, KSR has expanded into producing an increasingly wide variety of high performance electronic sensors. Programmable sensors – both inductive and hall-effect – are built on common platforms and able to interface across the complete range of automotive performance requirements (http://www.ksrint.com/?
“KSR redefined the traditional fixed pedal business back in 1957,” says David Lydy, VP Global Sales and Marketing. “Since then we have defined industry standards in brake pedal modules, traditional fixed systems and advanced adjustable systems, and now sensors.”
For example, KSR’s patented and proprietary ASIC module is the world’s most compact with just 2,000 transistors, but still highly adaptable due to an incredibly wide-range of calibration. This sensor is as simple as an analog divider while being highly scalable from small to large angles, as well as short-to-long linear capabilities.
KSR sensors are imbedded bumper-to-bumper in vehicles, including:
* ETC Accelerator Pedals
* Electronic Throttle Body
* Electric Power Steering
* Chassis Height/Load Leveling
* Electronic Shift levers
* Fuel level
* Headlamp Leveling
* Transfer Cases
* Clutch & Brake Pedals
* Manifold Actuators
For more than 50 years, KSR has been an industry leader in designing, engineering and manufacturing adjustable and fixed pedal modules, foot and hand-operated parking brakes, electronic throttle controls and an increasingly wide variety of high performance electronic sensors. To learn more, please visit http://www.ksrint.com.