New Box Top!
Current Transformer &
NEW Null Modem & USB Adapter Cables
NEW 'E' Meter Flux Metering System!
Qualifies your equipment
for our Calibration Meter Exchange program!
Flux Meter & Main Cables
LEXSECO® Multiparameter MP 7TM Software
There have been many improvements made to the LEXSECO® Core Loss Tester since its inception in the late 1970s. Every change has been made with the goal of improved operational efficiency and better service for our customer. The rheostat has been eliminated from the Core Loss Tester, and a new meter system has been incorporated, which allows for full automation on core loss tests and hot spot checks. Contact sales to determine if your current meter is no longer available. Upgrade options are available to extend the life of your LEXSECO® Core Loss Tester.
To ensure that you are able to receive the best and quickest service, we highly recommend updating your LEXSECO® Core Loss Tester to utilize the latest electronics and software.
A Core Loss Tester upgrade includes:
Training Agenda for Core Loss Tester Updates (Included with Field Upgrades):
Note: A 10 KVA Core Loss Tester is available for rent during an upgrade.
(dependent on availability)
Ultimately, this is up to you. By updating your device, you are eligible for our Calibration Meter Exchange program. Our newest meter design allows for your meter to easily be exchanged for a a fully calibrated, ready-to-go meter; thus, you won't miss a day of testing. In addition to this, if you do not update your machine and your meter breaks, you risk being without your machine for 6-8 weeks. We have a 10 KVA available for rental during this time; however, there is no guarantee to its availability.
Purchasing the Core Loss Tester upgrade provides you with a like-new machine for half the price of a new one!
If you're not sure as to whether or not your machine needs to be upgraded, look for the flux meter.
Older Core Loss Testers used a rheostat dial to manually control the target level needed to test a core. The new "E" meters automatically hit the target flux level.
All letters through "D" meter are obsolete.
An easy way to identify an obsolete OSI meter is if it has only a hold button at the bottom of the meter. The new "E" meters contain 4 buttons.
OSI "E" Meters
You do not need an upgrade if you have this.