Revamping the
Event Timing Relay

In our quest to meet customer requirements, we have cleaned the cobwebs off our old ETR-1 Event Timing Relay and redesigned it. The result is the new ETR-3 Event Time-Base Relay, which has Standard Solid State switching devices in place of the ETR-1’s mercury-wetted relays. 60Hz line frequency is used as the input and is divided down to one pulse per second or one pulse per minute output.

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Never Trench Again

The PRL-900 Wireless Pulse Link, introduced in 2007, is a time and money saving solution that connects KYZ pulses between your meter’s pulse initiator and your destination device without trenching or other costly methods of getting wires strung between the two devices. We’ll be introducing the PRL-1000 Wireless Pulse Link shortly. It’s the next generation of SSI's Pulse Links and will allow you to bring up to 8 meters' pulses back to a central location without trenching. Details about this exciting new product will be released within the next few weeks.

How Do You Like
our New Website?

Solid State Instruments unveiled its updated website earlier this month. Have you had a chance to check it out? We'd love to know what you think.

In addition to information about our new and classic products, we also have the 2014 Meter School Schedule available with dates confirmed all the way to October. Make your plans early to attend the meter school in your area.

Special Options
for SSI Products

Many of our pulse isolation relays and metering devices can be ordered with special add-ons and options. When ordering, most options are indicated by adding a –SPx to the end of the product number. In this newsletter, we provide a brief summary of some of the available options.

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We Want To Hear From You!

At Brayden Automation Corporation and Solid State Instruments, we value your feedback. It's important for us to know how our company, our products, and our services measure up to your expectations. We encourage you to email your comments to info@solidstateinstruments.com.

We're all about K, Y and Z!