Replace Obsolete Military Grade Electrical Sensors
Featured Product from Ohio Semitronics, Inc.
Military Obsolescence Mitigation & DMSMS
- Adapt, extend, and develop electrical measurement technology
- Match specific performance and footprint requirements of obsolete parts
- OSI will take obsolete sensor specifications and custom design a cost-effective solution
- Rapid prototyping of circuit boards and enclosures for proof of concept designs in a matter of weeks
DMSMS (Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages) costs the federal government millions of dollars each year. The governments’ challenge is to locate sources to reverse engineer or re-design a system to keep planes and vessels in service.
Application examples include redesigned current sensor for circuit breakers in Naval Vessels and replacing an obsolete LEM unit (CT 0.4-P) 400mA, board mounted unit, for military vehicles.
NIST 800-171 Compliant and ITAR Certified
Apply existing commercial technologies to defense measurement challenges in a ruggedized and/or hardened format.
Develop new technologies for unique measurements in similar formats.
Rapid prototyping of circuit boards and enclosures for proof of concept designs in a matter of weeks.
Extend program life by adapting or developing technologies to match specific performance and footprint requirements of obsolete parts.
AC, DC, Variable Frequency, Milliamps to > 100,000Amps Current Sensing, DC to 100kHz Bandwidth, -55° to +125° C Operating Temperature, Microsecond Response, & AC or DC Instrument Power
AC, DC, Variable Frequency, Millivolts to 15kV Voltage Measuring, DC to 10kHz Frequency, -20° to +80°C Operating Temperature, & AC or DC Instrument Power
AC and Variable Frequency, 0-1,000 Hz Frequency Monitoring, Millisecond Response, -20° to +80°C Operating Temperature, Self-Powered or AC Instrument Power, & EMI Protected
Power (Watts), Volt-Amps Energy (KWH), Reactive Power (VAR), Reactive Energy (VARH), Current, Voltage, Frequency, Power Factor, Volt-Amps, Panel Mount Display, Remote Displays, Limit Alarms, Serial Communication, Analog Outputs, RMS Readings, & Capable of monitoring distorted waveforms
What Does OSI Do?
Ohio Semitronics, Inc. develops and delivers power measurement technologies, transducers, and current sensors, from its plant in Hilliard, Ohio. OSI’s range of measurement technologies perform in a variety of demanding environments such as Petroleum and Petrochemical, Electric Utility, Solar and Wind, Test and Measurement, Automation and Control, and Naval Surface and Subsurface applications.