Sutter Creek, California (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
High voltage power supply designer and manufacturer EMCO High Voltage Corporation today announced the launch of its newest line of miniature, regulated DC to high voltage DC power supplies: the CB Series.
The new CB Series provides an output of 0 to 10kV at 1 watt, expanding EMCO’s miniature, regulated 1W offering to 10kV. The modules accept a wide input voltage range of 11.5 to 16 VDC.
Low output ripple, very low EMI/RFI, and tight regulation make the CB Series suitable for use in sensitive equipment.
EMCO’s CB Series includes current and voltage monitoring. It is fully programmable via a 0 to +5V DAC compatible high impedance programming input voltage and has an externally accessible potentiometer to allow individual calibration of units after installation. The CB Series features built-in protection against programming overvoltage and thermal shutdown. Other specifications include a temperature stability of better than 50 PPM/˚C. Positive and negative outputs are offered.
“When our customers express a need, we listen. EMCO developed the CB Series to fulfill a need for precision regulated 10kV output in an industry-leading miniature package,” said Kim Bailey, Sales and Marketing Director at EMCO.
Contact 800-546-3680 or sales(at)emcohv(dot)com for pricing and availability.
About EMCO High Voltage Corporation
EMCO High Voltage Corporation has been designing and manufacturing high voltage power supply products for over four decades. The company is certified to ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2004. All factories are UL inspected, and many products are UL listed. Company operators are certified to IPC J-STD-001. EMCO has earned numerous awards, including Product of the Year from Electronic Products Magazine, Product of the Year from the University of California, Davis, and a Key Partner Award from the University of Wisconsin for project ICECUBE. Products are available from stock in California and EMCO's stocking distributor in Europe, Condatas AG (http://www.condatas.com).
Visit http://www.emcohighvoltage.com for more information.