Spellman High Voltage Announces Introduction of New UM Series

September 24, 2008

UM Series September 24, 2008 - Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation (Hauppauge, NY) announces the extension of its modular product line with the introduction of the UM Series. These printed circuit board mountable, high voltage modules offer easy form, fit and functional replacement for units presently available on the market. Utilizing proprietary power conversion technology and high voltage packaging techniques, and aided by Spellman's advanced encapsulation techniques, the SMT-based UM series provides additional features compared to competitive models, at reduced cost.

The UM Series spans the output voltage range of 62 volts to 6kV in three power offerings of 4, 20 and 30 watts. An optional enhanced interface provides current programming capability and positive polarity, buffered, low output impedance voltage and current monitor signals. A second voltage programming input is also provided for negative polarity units eliminating the programming inversion on the standard interface. Current programming allows the user to set the unit's current limit, anywhere from 0 to 103% of maximum rated current. The UM can be used with confidence in demanding applications as these robust modules are fully arc and short circuit protected.

Technical literature and information on the UM Series is available at: www.spellmanhv.com/um

Information on other Spellman products is available by calling us at +1-631-630-3000, or by visiting our website: www.spellmanhv.com. Spellman High Voltage Electronics is the world's leading provider of custom designed and standard AC-DC and DC-DC high voltage power converters for: medical, industrial, analytical, and security applications; semiconductor manufacturing; scientific instrumentation; and power feed systems for undersea cables. Spellman is headquartered in the U.S. and has facilities in Japan, Mexico, Europe, and China that provide design, manufacturing and service to our customers throughout the world.

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