Oil 4 Less LLC, the Home of Codatron TM Announces New Management Headquarters

Oil 4 Less LLC the exclusive manufacturer of the replacement Victoreen Corotron - high voltage shunt regulator circuit has moved the Corporate Office to 7205A Martin Way E#121, Olympia WA, leaving the Sales, Manufacturing and Billing Address at the well-known 3 Monroe Pkwy PMB321, Lake Oswego OR. To showcase our new identity, we now have a NEW website with NEW looks.

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high voltage shunt regulator

high voltage shunt regulator

We recognized that lots of companies were in need of a product that can be easily programmed to different desired voltage(s). This aspect of the design has been used to derive our product trade name, Codatron

Olympia, WA (PRWEB) June 27, 2012

Oil 4 Less LLC, a manufacturing company that sells high voltage shunt regulators for oil and gas drilling companies, has enhanced the capabilities of their Codatron™ regulators. The Codatron™ regulators have less noise when compared to other regulators and greater reliability at high temperatures, an extreme advantage since other regulators have been known to literally fall apart at high temperatures.

Oil 4 Less LLC high voltage shunt regulators are primarily used in conjunction with photomultipliers for detection of thermal (slow) neutrons for porosity measurements and thus possible areas that hold oil and or gas. All of Oil 4 Less LLC standard high voltage regulator lines were initially designed to self-imposed requirements, resulting in products that met or exceeded the RoHS (Reduction of Hazardous Substances) E.U. legislation that eventually was proposed; long before Europe became embroiled in the resulting confusion and controversy created by that legislation.
“We recognized that lots of companies were in need of a product that can be easily programmed to different desired voltage(s). This aspect of the design has been used to derive our product trade name, Codatron™ because our products can be coded to a given voltage.” said Robert Baer, company manager at Oil 4 Less LLC.

Product overview of the Codatron™ High Voltage Regulators
These regulators act like high voltage zener diodes, but do not exhibit the characteristics of them.
The I/V “knee” of our products is well-behaved from low nanoamperes to hundreds of microamperes over a wide range of temperatures, exhibiting no oscillation or negative resistance characteristics, and thus can tolerate bypass capacitors.
All of our high voltage regulators have been designed to be easily programmable to voltage(s) desired by the customer.
This aspect of the design has been used to derive our product tradename, Codatron™ because they can be coded to a given voltage.
Our product tradename was also designed to be as similar as possible to that of the well-known Victoreen Corotron™ and not have naming interference.
The Codatron™ product line consists of:

  •     Codatron™ HT: Designed for general purpose use in the -55°C (-67°F) to +177°C (350°F) temperature range, and include a small positive temperature coefficient to compensate decreasing photomultiplier sensitivity as temperature increases.
  •     Codatron™ HTA: Designed and tested for use over a wider temperature range, from     -75°C (-103°F) to +204°C (400°F), and also include the same small positive temperature coefficient to compensate decreasing photomultiplier sensitivity as temperature increases.
  •     Codatron™ HTZ: Initially designed at the request of a client that needed to have a reference voltage that would not substantially change over a reasonable temperature range, from -55°C (-67°F) to +177°C (350°F). The HTZ line was re-designed to create another similar product at the request of Sandia National Labs, and is a discontinued specialty design which technically is RoHS compliant even though it uses standard tin-lead solders so as to reliably accommodate the low end of a temperature range from -75°C (-103°F) to +125°C (257°F).
  •     Codatron™ HTZA: These regulators are a natural extension of the HTZ line for use in the -75°C (-103°F) to +204°C (400°F) temperature range.
    In business for over 11 years, Oil 4 Less specializes in developing and selling resistant and effective high voltage shunt regulator circuit for detection of thermal (slow) neutrons for porosity measurements and thus possible areas that hold oil and or gas.

In business for over 11 years, Oil 4 Less specializes in developing and selling resistant and effective high voltage shunt regulators for detection of thermal (slow) neutrons for porosity

Oil 4 Less LLC manufacturing and sales is headquartered in Lake Oswego Oregon. Our corporate management and shipping office is in Olympia Washington. For more information about Oil 4 Less LLC call: (360)915-8052, email sales(at)oil4lessllc(dot)com, or visit us at http://www.oil4lessllc.com