Spellman Expands MPS Series

6월 18, 2007

HAUPPAUGE, New York - June 18, 2007 -- Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation (Hauppauge, NY) is proud to announce the expansion of the MPS Series of high voltage power supplies with the new MPS20W. The MPS Series of high performance products is designed with Spellman's hybrid topology of linear and switch mode power conversion techniques, delivering lower noise with higher efficiency.

The MPS series produces excellent ripple and stability performance, all within a compact foot print. Additionally, the MPS Series features as standard, a differential amplifier input for the voltage programming signal to improve immunity from external system noise and for addressing any offset issues. Alternatively, the output voltage may be pre-set by an internal potentiometer. A fully featured remote user interface is provided via 15-pin D-type connector as standard. The output voltage is arc- and short-circuit protected and the power input has a current limiting filter.

Spellman's proprietary HV technology, coupled with SMT circuitry, results in an ultra compact and lightweight module ideal for OEM applications.

Further information on MPS Series of high voltage power supplies, or additional information on Spellman products, is available by contacting Spellman High Voltage at (631) 630-3000, or by visiting the product's technical specifications.

Spellman High Voltage Electronics, celebrating its 60th year of operations, is the world's leading independent manufacturer of high voltage DC power supplies, Monoblock® X-ray generators and power systems for medical and industrial applications, semiconductor manufacturing, scientific instrumentation, telecommunications, X-ray and automatic test equipment. Spellman High Voltage offers a broad line of standard products and specializes in providing custom designs to suit unique requirements. Spellman is headquartered in the U.S. and has facilities in the U.K., Japan, China, and Mexico that provide design, manufacturing, and service to customers throughout the world.

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