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HCB

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Bipolar clocked circuit HCB series from 1.25kV to 20kV / 1.4W to 200W Bipolar high-voltage power supplies consist of 2 primary switched-mode power supplies with pulse width modulation. The rectified mains voltage is chopped into square-wave pulses of constant frequency, transformed, rectified and smoothed. The square wave voltage is width modulated for regulation. The two switched-mode power supplies are connected to one another at the output and are operated in opposite directions. The output can thus be continuously controlled by "0".

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HCE CASSETTE

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Clocked circuit as a cassette HCE series from 125V to 35kV / 7W to 350W In terms of their mode of operation, they are primarily switched-mode power supplies with pulse width modulation. The rectified mains voltage is chopped into square-wave pulses of constant frequency, transformed, rectified and smoothed. The square wave voltage is width modulated for regulation.

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HCH

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Clocked circuit for high performance (with air or oil insulation) HCH series from 650V to 300kV / 20kW to 50kW Primary switched mode power supplies with pulse width modulation. The rectified mains voltage is chopped into square-wave pulses of constant frequency, transformed, rectified and smoothed. The square wave voltage is width modulated for regulation.

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HCK

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HCK series from 2kV to 65kV / 100W to 20kW High-voltage capacitor chargers are specifically designed for the requirements of capacitor charging and capacitor conditioning, ie they have a robust output resistance to withstand the stress of a pulsed load. The control circuit is designed for fast transitions from constant current to constant voltage operation. In terms of their mode of operation, they are primarily switched-mode power supplies with pulse width modulation. The rectified mains voltage is chopped into square-wave pulses of constant frequency, transformed, rectified and smoothed. The square wave voltage is width modulated for regulation.

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HCP

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Clocked circuit HCP series from 3.5kV to 300kV / 14W to 15kW In terms of their mode of operation, they are primarily switched-mode power supplies with pulse width modulation. The rectified mains voltage is chopped into square-wave pulses of constant frequency, transformed, rectified and smoothed. The square wave voltage is width modulated for regulation. Due to the high clock frequency, a low residual ripple of the generated output voltage is achieved with high stability, good control dynamics and at the same time only a small amount of stored energy.

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HYN

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Thyristor control HYN series from 3.5kV to 20kV / 21kW to 50kW The mains voltage is transformed according to the required maximum output voltage. A phase angle control with thyristors is switched either primary or secondary to the transformer. The rectified high voltage is smoothed by an LC filter.

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MCA

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Autoranging MCA series from 150V to 3000V / 750W to 9000W The NCA / MCA series are autoranging power supply units with stepless automatic range adjustment. They deliver full output power over a wide voltage and current range. The automatic power limitation results in a work area that is around three times larger than that of other power supply units. Equipped with the optionally available computer interface, the power supply units of the MCA / NCA series become universally applicable system power supply units. In terms of their mode of operation, they are primarily switched-mode power supplies with pulse width modulation. The rectified mains voltage is chopped into square pulses, transformed, rectified and smoothed. The square wave voltage is width modulated for regulation.

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MCP

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Clocked circuit MCP series from 125V to 2kV / 14W to 15kW In terms of their mode of operation, they are primarily switched-mode power supplies with pulse width modulation. The rectified mains voltage is chopped into square-wave pulses of constant frequency, transformed, rectified and smoothed. The square wave voltage is width modulated for regulation. Due to the high clock frequency, a low residual ripple of the generated output voltage is achieved with high stability, good control dynamics and at the same time only a small amount of stored energy.

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M-Power-Line

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The M-Power-Line convinces with its robust design, high efficiency, compact dimensions and excellent price-performance ratio. By using a Power Factor Controller (PFC) the input voltage may vary from 100V to 254V. This means that the devices can be used anywhere in the world regardless of the typical national power supply system. The simple operation and easy readability of relevant characteristic values (target/actual/state/alarm message) make the devices particularly attractive for use in many branches of industry as well as research institutes.

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MYN

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Thyristor control MYN series from 650V to 2kV / 21kW to 70kW The mains voltage is transformed according to the required maximum output voltage. A phase angle control with thyristors is switched either primary or secondary to the transformer. The rectified voltage is smoothed by an LC filter.

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NLB

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Bipolar linear control NLB series from 6.5V to 350V / 35W to 1.4kW Bipolar linearly regulated power supply units provide an output voltage, the value and polarity of which can be set. The mains voltage is transformed and rectified according to the required maximum output voltage and stored in two intermediate circuits for the positive and negative output voltage. With the rectified voltage, the capacitor bank of the intermediate circuit is charged to a constant voltage, which is sent to the output via a serial control transistor. The output stages of the positive and negative circuit are connected together as a push-pull output stage. The stability of the output values ??and the control speed is determined by the control transistors. Bipolar power supplies can be operated as 4-quadrant amplifiers (optionally also for active loads).

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NLN

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Linear regulation NLN series from 6.5V to 500V / 35W to 1.4kW The mains voltage is transformed and rectified according to the required maximum output voltage. With the rectified voltage, the capacitor bank of the intermediate circuit is charged to a constant voltage, which is sent to the output via a serial control transistor. The control transistor determines the stability of the output values ??and the control speed. Optionally, a set of power transistors can be installed in parallel to the output as a current sink in order to achieve active down regulation. The linearly regulated power supply units are optimized for high programming speed.

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NTN

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The mains voltage is transformed according to the required maximum output voltage. A controlled rectifier with thyristors (phase control) is located on the secondary side of the transformer. The rectified voltage is used to charge the capacitor bank of the intermediate circuit, from where the voltage is sent to the output via a serial control transistor. The thyristors are switched on with a certain delay after the zero crossing of the mains voltage. This regulates the energy flow in such a way that the voltage drop across the regulating transistor assumes a defined value (pre-stabilization). The final stability of the output values ??is determined by the control transistor (main control).

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NTS

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Double stabilization for superconducting magnets NTS series This family of power supplies is specially tailored to applications with superconducting coils; longitudinally regulated with a set of parallel power transistors as an actuator. The supply voltage of the series regulator is regulated as low as possible by a second control loop with thyristor phase control. The power loss at the actuator is therefore always as small as possible in excitation and steady-state constant current operation. In the de-excitation mode, the actuator is controlled as a current sink. The resulting power loss is dissipated via air or water cooling.

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NYN

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Thyristor control NYN series from 12.5V to 350V / 7kW to 100kW The mains voltage is transformed according to the required maximum output voltage. A controlled rectifier with thyristors (phase control) is located on the secondary side of the transformer. The rectified voltage is smoothed by an LC filter.

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