The Ammeter meter unit will shut down on Tuesday at midnight.
The meter is used by many companies to monitor electrical supply and is an essential tool in any electronics store.
The company says that while there is no imminent threat to its operations, it is advising its customers to avoid using it.
The Ammet is expected to shut down at 6 a.m.
The Ammeter system is designed to measure voltage, currents and current densities in a range of thousands of feet, but its power consumption is typically very low.
In addition to its direct-connectivity capabilities, the Ammeter’s ability to send and receive data at up to 10 Gigabits per second allows it to quickly and reliably measure the power of electrical appliances and other devices.
The company is currently testing a version of the Ammet that can transmit data up to 1,000 times per second.