SEL LINAM fault indicators improve distribution reliability

MUNDELEIN, Ill., August 2, 2005 — E.O. Schweitzer Manufacturing Company, LLC, an SEL company, is pleased to announce that it is now selling its complete line of LINAM® fault indicators and sensing products under the SEL logo. Previously, the company marketed its products under the EOS logo as well as those of several distributors. Internationally, LINAM fault indicators marked with the SEL brand have been on the market since 1997.

EOS Manufacturing’s line of high-quality fault indicators and sensors fits well with SEL’s mission to make electric power safer, more reliable, and more economical. In turn, SEL’s commitment to quality and innovation will help EOS Manufacturing develop new products and better serve our customers. SEL protective relays and recloser controls, coupled with SEL LINAM fault indicators, improve the reliability of electrical distribution systems.

“Engineering professionals from utilities in North America have ranked SEL number one in every category of the Newton-Evans Worldwide Study of the Protective Relay Marketplace, for qualities such as features, technology, price, and customer support. EOS Manufacturing has an excellent reputation for quality and service. Combining SEL and EOS Manufacturing products is logical and exciting, further expanding our product line offerings and service to customers around the world,” says Jackie Peer, Product Marketing Manager at SEL.

The market leader in power line monitoring sensors, E. O. Schweitzer Manufacturing designs and manufactures fault indicators, voltage sensors, and current transformers for the electric power industry. The company has sold millions of high-quality fault indicators to hundreds of domestic and international customers since 1950. EOS Manufacturing became a wholly owned subsidiary of Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. (SEL) in July 2004.

Founded in 1982, SEL invents, designs, manufactures, and distributes complete solutions for the protection, monitoring, control, automation, and metering of electric power systems worldwide. SEL employs 1,000 people in more than 46 locations around the world and sells products in 104 countries.

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