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AC-DC regulated power converters for high-voltage applications introduced by UltraVolt

RONKONKOMA, N.Y., 18 April 2013. UltraVolt Inc. in Ronkonkoma, N.Y., is introducing the HCE line of AC-DC regulated high-voltage power converters for factory and manufacturing automation and other high-voltage applications.

Each HCE power electronics device comes in a plug-in cassette format. line offers 11 models that provide outputs of 0 to 125 volts through 35 kilovolts, at 0 to 7, 35, 140, or 350 Watts of output power.

HCE series units are available with an input voltage of either 115 volts AC or 230 volts AC. The HCE series modules are compatible with Euro cassette rack and 19-inch rack chassis. The HCE series addresses the need for plug-in high-voltage modules that allow the system designer to build out a rack chassis as needed.

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The HCE series is designed and built using state-of-the-art power-conversion topology; these units have design, manufacturing process, and encapsulation techniques that provide high reliability and offers indefinite high-voltage output short-circuit protection and arc protection, company officials say.

The digital-ready analog remote control enables constant voltage and constant current control (CVCC) and mode monitoring as well as remote enable and disable control and monitors for measurement of output current and voltage.

The front panel controls include an AC power switch, local and remote control switch and screwdriver set CVCC with LED mode indicators. A portable meter can be used via front panel pin jacks to measure output current and voltage.

For more information contact UltraVolt online at www.ultravolt.com.


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