Power Supply

  • Arc Fault Protection
    Arc fault protection refers to the safety measures taken against the possible explosions that can occur inside a switch box when someone is working on a live system. The explosions propel a mixture of....
  • High Voltage DC Power Supply
    While traditional direct current power supplies are best suited for use with small, portable devices, a high voltage DC power supply (HVDC) is capable of providing an enormous amount of bulk electrici....
  • RF Tight Power Supply
    An RF tight power supply enables a formidable amount of electromagnetic shielding effectiveness. An effective shield is crucial when dealing with an unstable or unpredictable medium. A medium is best ....
  • Bipolar Power Supply
    A bipolar power supply is a device used for energy amplification and switching. It features three terminals that manipulate an electrical current. The interaction of these terminals creates what is ca....
  • High Voltage Engineering
    High voltage engineering consists of theories and practices employed to regulate and improve high voltage electronic transmission. Specifically, the field is concerned with streamlining the process of....
  • Mu Metal Shielding
    Mu metal shielding is a component that protects fragile systems from the ill effects of excessive feedback or sudden charges. Many electrical applications contain numerous tiny, fragile components, th....
  • Capacitor Charging
    Capacitor charging occurs when energy is stored in a controlled field. This is done via the internal accumulation of electrical charges. The term "capacitor" can refer to numerous natural or synthetic....
  • High Voltage Power Transformer
    As the name implies, a high voltage power transformer is a device that transforms one type of electrical current into another type. These devices use magnetic coupling to alter the power form and curr....
  • Low Noise Hv Power Supply
    A low noise HV power supply is capable of providing DC outputs at voltage levels exceeding hundreds of thousands of volts. Some of these devices have an adjustable output, which is regulated through e....
  • CRT
    CRT stands for "Cathode Ray Tube," referring to the main visual display component of most televisions and computer screens, as well as other types of video monitors, and oscilloscopes. The device was ....