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Another Obsolete Westinghouse Analog Our Technology Puts to Rest

In the third quarter of 2017, the Sequoyah Nuclear Power Plant, just north of Chattanooga, Tennessee, received a “white” rating from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission for an undisclosed violation. While this was not enough to drop the plant’s Class 2 rating any further on the 1-5 NRC scale, it was enough to mandate corrective actions closely overseen by a NRC representative over the subsequent twelve months.

Double Tapping the Sigma 9222 with New Technology Replacements

The Sigma 9222—elongated, bulky at nearly four pounds, awkwardly designed to dimensions of 6.75 x 6.00 x 3.00 inches, parallax-ridden with a curved display, nervous needles comprised of plastic and dubious red teetering precariously over readings that resemble the unfurling of an old tape measure, glazed over by light at odd angles, eagerly given to subjective interpretations requiring one to nearly place their nose against the instrument to discern, unreliable, impractical, and inaccurate—these are the instruments monitoring the mos

Edison's Disciples on His 172nd Birthday

Yesterday, February the 11th, was the Wizard of Menlo Park’s one hundred and seventy-first birthday. Immortalized as the famed creator of history-alerting inventions such as the phonograph, the telephone, and the electric light bulb, Thomas Edison is one of humanity’s great innovators. History is littered with the flowers of his ideas and their consequences, good or bad. It is not for the inventor to consider the elevation or perversion the world weaves from his creations, his sole responsibility is to consider their existence.

Westinghouse KX241 Digital Replacement

                              

Westinghouse KX241 Digital Replacement

                              

George Westinghouse, Tesla, Analogs, & Otek

                                      

NTM-V Replaces Sigma 9263 100%

                                                   

Otek at ANS/NPIC-HMIT This Weekend

Otek President and Owner, Dr. Otto Fest, is heading back to Orlando for the 11th ANS/NPIC-HMIT conference in Orlando, Florida, this coming weekend, February 10th through the 13th.
While there will be many major players in the industry present, including Lockheed Martin just a few booths away in #306, don’t miss out on the chance to stop by booth #302 where Dr. Fest will be displaying Otek’s innovative gift to the nuclear industry, the Solid State Analog Meter or SSAM.

Temperatures are Dropping, Otek Instruments Still Measuring Up

                           

Sigma 1251 Disappears into the Obsolescence Cloud

                                                                 

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