Ohio Semitronics launched its website with a dynamic new look that is easy to navigate & incorporates features to accommodate the organization’s worldwide network as well as end users or OEMs seeking information about power & energy measurement, and more.
OSI, a leading electrical sensor and transducer manufacturer for industrial and military applications, has a new series of 1-phase, RoHS compliant transducers for voltage and current measurement where a true RMS calculation of the input is required.
Ohio Semitronics, Inc. has named Technical Marketing Specialists as the sole authorized sales representative for Arizona, New Mexico, the Texas counties of El Paso, Hudspeth and Culberson, and the Nevada counties of Clark and Nye.
Ohio Semitronics, Inc. (OSI), the leader in the manufacture of electrical sensor and transducers for specialized industrial applications, has appointed FLW Southeast as the authorized sales representative for North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.
Integrated fight through power and Ohio Semitronics are helping the U.S. Navy transition to all-electric ships.
Ohio Semitronics participates in a roundtable discussion for Cal Poly engineering students on future trends and needs regarding power measurement in a variety of industries.
Electrical transducers and power measurement devices to regulate process control systems for industrial furnaces is a "hot" topic for OSI.
When amp readings are seemingly incorrect, it might not be the transducer. It might be the clamp on amp meter.
Ohio Semitronics, the leader in power measurement, is participating in a roundtable discussion at Cal Poly on the future trends in power measurement and metering.
Multiple factors can affect transducers and system accuracy. "The experts" at Ohio Semitronics provide helpful information for improving system accuracy.
Read about the IRIS (Instrumentation Representatives Information Services) Show held in September in Cleveland.
OSI is developing its own energy load management system that provides a cost-effective solution to systems costing hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The U.S. Navy looks to OSI and "lean manufacturing" principles to help control costs for power measurement and metering products.
Submetering systems from Ohio Semitronics California provide institutions with an accurate and efficient way to monitor energy consumption.
"The House On Third Street" in Sandusky, Ohio utilizes Ohio Semitronics' products to monitor energy consumption more efficiently.
New tax laws and alternative energy goals make Ohio an ideal place for developing alternative energy.
New catalog features over 8,000 standard items. Visit www.ohiosemitronics.com to order.
Small, DC current sensors from OSI help protect our troops in large, MRAP vehicles. The sensors from OSI must function in harsh and rugged environments. OSI developed a custom solution for our military.
OSI is in the process of obtaining ISO 17025 certification, and has invested in Fluke calibration equipment. OSI will be the only U.S. transducer manufacturer that can also provide calibration certification.
OSI can help develop power measurement and metering solutions for today's latest AC and DC variable drive technologies.
Minimizing inventories through just-in-time deliveries is a strategy for increasing profitability. OSI can provide power measurement products that fit within your JIT requirements.
OSI provides power measurement solutions for solar power that has to operate in harsh climates and environments.
Customer satisfaction is a performance metric of OSI's ISO 9001:2008 quality management system.
OSI provides power measurement and monitoring systems for battery back up systems for businesses that rely on uniterruptable power supply systems.
The cost of replacing an electrical transducer or power measurement instrument is exceedingly higher after submarine assembly is in progress. OSI can provide solutions before assembly begins.
Reduction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) may impact all electrical goods manufacturers by eliminating lead in the manufacturing process.
OSI can modify almost any standard electrical transducer of the 8,000-plus they make, or OSI can custom design and manufacture exactly what you need for your specific application.
When your electrical transducer is not working properly, the "fix" is often easier than you might think. Here's a "Top 10" list of electrical transducer issues and solutions from Ohio Semitronics.
Soldering is a "must have" skill for assembling electronic and power measurement components. Soldering quality control and training is never-ending at OSI.
Geomagnetic induced currents (GIC's) are the result of solar flares and solar storms and can disrupt power grids and electric power.
ATEX certified, intrinsically-safe DC current sensors from OSI protect from sparks from electrical current sources in the workplace.
The need for power measurement and control solutions are practically everywhere and in places you probably never thought about.
Evaluate power measurement considerations at the front end of your project and you can save costs in the long run.
OSI's Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3-D printer speeds the development and delivery of power measurement components for solar dishes.
SAIC works with small businesses like OSI to control costs and develop innovative solutions for energy, military and homeland defense.
OSI can develop custom transducer model prototypes in days with Fused Deposition Modeling 3-D printer.