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UltraVolt : High voltage modules have a 10 ppm temperature coefficient



UltraVolt, Inc. has further refined its product line by offering the 25PPM option on its AA Series product line.

While the 25PPM option was available on larger modules – the A Series, 10A-25A Series, and 30A-40A Series – this is the first time a 25ppm temperature coefficient has been achieved on a module that is only 3.34in3. AA Series high-voltage power supply modules featuring the 25PPM option will provide an improved temperature coefficient for customers who have critical applications in variable temperature environments. AA Series units with this option will have an output voltage of 0-62V through 0-6kV and maintain a 25ppm temperature coefficient on both the output voltage and output voltage monitor. In addition, the modules will provide +5V compensated reference, and that reference will be refined to a 10ppm temperature coefficient!

AA Series units with the 25PPM option will retain the same compact package size, making them ideal for replacement in current designs. They also benefit new designs requiring such small size and precision.

UltraVolt 25PPM option modules are available with a lead time of 4-5 weeks.

About UltraVolt, Inc.

UltraVolt, Inc. is a world-leading manufacturer of standard product high voltage power supplies. With a unique, fixed-frequency, forward converter high voltage topology, its devices provide wide input and output ranges while retaining excellent stability and efficiencies up to 92%. Founded in 1990, the company is based in Ronkonkoma, NY.

For more information, call (800)-9HV-POWER or visit http://www.ultravolt.com.


Note: The above text is the public part of the press release obtained from the manufacturer (with minor modifications). EETimes Europe cannot be held responsible for the claims and statements made by the manufacturer. The text is intended as a supplement to the new product presentations in EETimes Europe magazine.


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