|Absolute Process Instruments, Inc.
1220 American Way
Libertyville, IL 60048
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Phone: 800-942-0315 or 847-918-3510
Fax: 800-949-7502 or 847-968-4891
|Api, the Api logo, IsoSplitter, Loop-Tracker, Cecomp, Digi Max, Digi Pro are registered trademarks of
Absolute Process Instruments, Inc. and its divisions
What Absolute Process Instruments Does
|Industrial Products — Absolute Process Instruments is a diverse
designer and manufacturer of a wide variety of standard and custom
electronic products. Absolute Process Instruments is divided into three
divisions. API specializes in signal conditioning products, signal
isolators and industrial signal transmitters. The Cecomp Electronics
Division specializes in pressure/vacuum equipment plus custom and OEM
electronics. The API-Camille Bauer Division imports products from Europe
and Australia to complement our existing product lines.
Custom Products — Absolute Process Instruments designs and manufactures industrial electronics in a broad range of industries, including machinery manufacturers, automotive, dairy and factory automation and process control. These products include finished products and subassemblies for vacuum/pressure measurement and control, temperature measurement and control, flow measurement and control, motion control, DC/AC/servo motor drives, signal processing, data logging, and measurement. Our products range from board level through complete products such as portable computers and hand-held instrumentation. Absolute Process Instruments manufactures all of its products in the USA and has extensive experience in both thru-hole and fully automated SMT (Surface Mount Technology).
Engineering — API maintains in-house capabilities to do all circuit design, microprocessor programming, software, printed circuit board layout, prototype assembly, qualification testing and documentation. We also offer cost-reduction, miniaturization and design review (consulting) services on a product redesign basis. Mechanical design and finished product testing when combined with the design capabilities listed above allows API to offer full turnkey electronic design and manufacturing services to a wide range of industrial OEM markets. We are often able to quote projects involving as few as 1000 units per year. Please contact us by phone or email us to discuss your OEM project.
|2005 — A.P.C.S. of Australia
and Absolute Process Instruments, Inc. enter into an agreement to
distribute APCS signal conditioning products in North America. This
partnership will allow API to offer the widest range of industrial signal
2003 — RheinTacho Messtechnik GmbH and Absolute Process Instruments, Inc. enter into an agreement to distribute RheinTacho rotational speed monitoring products in North America. This partnership will allow API to support these products for new and existing customers and OEMs.
2002 — GMC Instruments of Germany and Absolute Process Instruments, Inc. form a strategic alliance for their industrial process products. The products manufactured by Camille Bauer in Switzerland are offered exclusively by the API-Camille Bauer Division of API in North America to complement and expand the product lines manufactured by API. This partnership will continue the tradition of excellent product support, competitive prices, and fast delivery for these high performance signal conditioning, Kinax position transducers and electric power measurement products.
2000 — Absolute Process Instruments and the Cecomp Electronics Division move to its new 12,000 sq-ft headquarters and manufacturing facility in Libertyville, Illinois. This new facility was needed to accommodate the growth of API and Cecomp Electronics.
1995 — Cecomp Electronics becomes a division of Absolute Process Instruments and moves to its new headquarters and manufacturing facility in Vernon Hills, Illinois. Absolute Process Instruments becomes a leading manufacturer of signal conditioning products. Cecomp Electronics introduces one the first high quality digital pressure gauge product lines.
1988 — Absolute Process Instruments founded and began manufacturing a line of signal conditioners in Mundelein Illinois. The product lines rapidly expanded with strong emphasis on quality, fast delivery and listening to customer needs. Cecomp brought on as a supplier for API.
1985 — Cecomp Electronics founded as custom electronics company
specializing in electronic circuit design, development and manufacturing
in both thru-hole and fully automated SMT (Surface Mount Technology).
Cecomp specialized in pressure/vacuum test, measurement and process