Capacitor charging power supplies

  • 12-Apr-2013 03:35 EDT

UltraVolt, Inc.’s high-power 8C-30C series capacitor charger modules feature an output power of 250 W, which is a 100% increase compared to the previous offering of 125 W. The modules were designed for applications including pulsed power, cap-charger, pulse generators, Q-switch and Pockell cell drivers, lasers, and TDR (time domain reflectometer) test equipment. They are offered from 8 to 30 kV, in either positive or negative polarity. The units can be paralleled for requirements at 500 W to 1 kW+.

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