Using proven TMR (Tunneling Magnetoresistance) technology, the high-performance RedRock™ RR110 & RR111 analog TMR magnetic sensor series, the RR121 digital sensor series, and the RR131 digital switch series have numerous technologically-advanced applications in multiple markets. Offering both high sensitivity, ultra-miniature package size, low power consumption and a highly-competitive price, the TMR Magnetic Sensor devices are ideally suited to the demands of next generation medical, automotive, instrumentation, and industrial applications. The tiny TMR Magnetic Sensors offer high magnetic sensitivity with high hysteresis, EMF resistance, and a small package size, all while consuming almost NO POWER!
Coto Technology is the worldwide leader of small signal switching products sold into the Automatic Test Equipment, Data Acquisition, Instrumentation, Process Control, Telecommunications, Medical and Security markets. Our Classic line of Relays & Switches contains a wide range of form and function. And all of our products are 100% tested!
CotoMOS® relays are a reliable and readily-available switching solution by Coto Technology. Utilizing highly-reliable, custom-designed MOSFET technology, CotoMOS® relays provide a high-performance, solid state solution for applications requiring low input power and virtually unlimited life. Ideally suited to the needs of industrial controls, security, metering, instrumentation and automatic test equipment, CotoMOS® relays are available in Form A, Form B, and Form A+B (Form C) form factors to service a wide range of switching requirements.
Located in Mexicali, Mexico, Coto’s manufacturing facility offers a full range of comprehensive services. Provisions include physical resources, engineering, procurement, and supply chain management - as well as production planning and product cell manufacturing using highly-automated, precision machinery in conjunction with complex hand-assembly processing. Finishing services include final product testing, marking, packaging , inventorying and shipping.
April 8 – The Coronavirus continues to disrupt business around the world. We feel fortunate that our corporate office employees have remained healthy; they continue to work remotely as the state of Rhode Island ordered us to close down our North Kingstown office on March 23.
In Mexicali, we are happy to report that our employees have also remained healthy. However, on April 6, we were directed by the Mexican government to close our factory through April 30. During this time, no production, shipping, receipts or entering of the factory will be allowed. We continue to be in negotiations with the federal/local Mexican governments for special dispensation. Please continue to check our website for updates.
Like all people around the world, we are doing our best to control the spread of this disease while taking care of our valuable employees and their families. We are also trying to continue to provide the best service possible for our customers. We wish all members of our global community good health and safety.
The Use of Low Power Sensors in IoT Applications was be the featured topic on Friday, March 13 at the MicroChip Virtual Conference during IoT Design Week 2020. Coto Technology Business Development Manager, Tim Resker, appeared at the MicroChip studio to help lead the discussion and answer questions about Low-Power TMR Magnetic Sensors in IoT and battery-powered applications. Watch Now!
Showcasing five of Coto Technology’s RedRock TMR (Tunneling Magnetoresistance) magnetic sensors of omnipolar, unipolar, bipolar and linear types, the RR1EK3-0002 demo board provides an engineering playground designed to promote understanding of TMR’s high-sensitivity and precise polarity performance. Via LED indicator lights, the analog and digital sensors react visually to the provided magnets – demonstrating latching, dual output, wake-up, directional, and other magnetic behaviors. Check it out here!
RedRock TMR Ultra-Miniature Switches & Sensors were Introduced to Europe at Electronica Germany (Read More)
A critical component for good RF performance in a reed relay is optimized leads. Read about why leads matter in Coto’s newest App Note: “Leadform Follows Function in RF Reed Relay Design.”b READ MORE