Instrumentation Slip Ring Assembly 101

In 1960, Michigan Scientific Corporation (MSC) opened its doors and began selling Instrumentation Slip Ring Assemblies. From there the company continued to push the limits of what their product could do, even going as far as making a 240-channel assembly Read More …

Mark Your Calendars! | Attending SIAT This Week

We are very excited to attend the 2019 Symposium on International Automotive Technology (SIAT) on 16-18, January at the Oxford Golf Resort – Hill Top in Pune, India! Visit us at booths 68, 69, and 70 to speak with a distinguished Read More …

Wheel Speed Sensor Instrumentation

The Michigan Scientific Wheel Speed Sensor instrumentation package is a highly accurate system used for many different automotive testing applications. From autonomous and electric vehicles, to heavy duty highway trucks, the Wheel Speed Sensor can be adapted to fit any Read More …

Gary Peters Visits Michigan Scientific Corporation

Charelvoix, MI- United States Senator Gary Peters stopped by the Michigan Scientific Corporation’s (MSC) Charelvoix branch as a part of his RideMI motorcycle tour. Senator Peters, a member of the Democratic Party, expressed the importance of small businesses and their Read More …

Using Slip Ring Assemblies with Gigabit Ethernet

Michigan Scientific strives to be at the forefront of innovation. We pride ourselves on never turning down a challenge or a new project. New products and designs are often brought along because of our commitment to our customer’s testing needs. Read More …

How are tubular slip ring assemblies used in drive shaft testing?

Many common applications require a standard, end of shaft slip ring assembly to make rotating electrical connections for sensor measurements. However, there are applications that are more complex and require a different test set-up. These situations may have limited, or Read More …