Newport Electronics, Inc. and Omega Engineering Merge


By Erin Massey

May 22, 2014

Omega Engineering, Inc.

Newport Electronics, Inc. merged into Omega Engineering the first of the year. Newport, a leader in high-precision test, measurement , process control and automation instrumentation, has been in the manufacturing business for electronic instrumentation since 1965.
Over the years, they have earned a reputation for designing and building the world's most accurate industrial instrumentation.

Now that Newport is a part of Omega, going forward it will conduct business under the Omega name. While Newport has undergone some changes, they have and will continue to provide great customer service to their long-standing customers.  

Newport will also continue to provide innovative products including signal conditioners, transmitters and controllers, and other state-of-the-art-technologies.

Online users should now go directly to to place online orders as the Shop on-line feature of has been closed.

While users can no longer shop on the website, they will still be able to access the website for manuals, specifications, mechanical information and more.

Founded in 1962, Omega Engineering Inc., has grown steadily and is now an established global leader in the technical marketplace. In 2011, Omega was acquired by Spectris plc.

The company offers over 100,000 state-of-the-art solutions for measurement of temperature, pressure, flow, level, strain, humidity, pH and conductivity, as well as a comprehensive line of data acquisition, electric heating and custom engineered products.

Spectris plc is a leading supplier of productivity-enhancing instrumentation and controls. The company's products and technologies help customers to improve product quality, performance, core manufacturing processes, and reduce downtime, wastage, and time to market.

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