Open Source Meter Launches Products on Amazon

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Open Source Meter reduces product lead times from weeks to overnight by offering products on Amazon

The chart above depicts percentage of primary input current as a function of secondary output voltage with relative expectation of linear accuracy.

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Open Source Meter, Inc., announces that it now offers its industry standard transformer directly to the end customer through Amazon. By selling through Amazon FBA (Fulfillment By Amazon), Open Source Meter can offer customers the lowest cost shipping and the fastest turnaround the industry has to offer, reducing product lead times from weeks to overnight. The transformers being offered are Magnelab brand Split-core transformer (SCT) series ( Open Source Meter offers a full suite of 38 different types of transformer options broken down into SCT-400, SCT-750, SCT-1250, SCT-2000 and SCT-3000 models.

To demonstrate the expedited shipping offered by Amazon FBA, Open Source Meter is offering free standard shipping anywhere in the United States and Canada until April 15, 2013. To take advantage of free standard shipping, customers will need to enter shipping promotional code JHJJ77C4. Shipping promotion has no limit on quantities ordered or limits on use by customer.

Magnelab Split-core current transformers "sense" AC current from 5 to 3,000 Amps passing through the center conductor. Split-core transformers are ideal for installation on existing electrical wiring by snapping around the conductor. The Magnelab SCT series have one of the highest industry standards both for interleaving joints and the self-locking mechanism. Additionally, the accuracy of Magnelab current transducers is within one percent of AC measurements.

These market-leading transformers have a 20-year track record and are one of the few current transformers with such a wide selection of current ratings that can be shipped with a one- to two-day processing time.

About Open Source Meter
Open Source Meter Inc., a privately owned Atlanta, Georgia company, began operations in 2010 as a development and manufacturing company. Open Source Meter specializes in electrical power metering and current and voltage monitoring for use in industrial and commercial setting. Open Source Meter’s mission is to provide an interface for industrial and commercial automation and control allowing for greater efficacy and safety though monitoring. OSM is a group of highly qualified hardware design, firmware, software and application engineers striving to provide our customers with quality value added services and products at a sensible cost.

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