Decagon Devices

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Decagon Devices, Inc.
Industry Research, Development, Manufacturing
Founded 1983
Founder Dr. Gaylon S. Campbell
Headquarters Pullman, WA, United States
Key people
Scott Campbell, President
Products Scientific instruments for food and environmental sciences.
Website Decagon Devices

Decagon Devices is an American corporation that designs and markets scientific instruments, sensors, data loggers, and accessories. Decagon was founded in 1983 by Dr. Gaylon Campbell. Currently, Decagon designs and manufactures several different types of instruments that are used in both agricultural and food science applications. Decagon is headquartered in Pullman, Washington.

Decagon Devices was selected by the Wall Street Journal in 2008 as one of the "Top Small Workplaces."[1]


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