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Advanced interface high voltage power supplies

New Yorker Electronics has released the advanced interface options of the UMR-AA and UMR-A Series of High Voltage Power Supplies from Dean Technology (HVPSI).

Using additional pins, the advanced interface options provide for enhanced adjustment and monitoring features consistent with industry standards and customer needs. The V05 and V10 options are available with +5VDC and +10VDC reference, control and monitoring respectively.

The V05 and V10 options are important additions to DTI’s standard power supply offerings. These advance interface options supplied by New Yorker Electronics allow both the power supply output voltage and current to be monitored and adjusted with the same scaling and include a +5VDC or +10VDC reference voltage. Signals are from 0 to +5VDC (V05) and 0 to +10VDC (V10) for all models and polarities of both the UMR-AA and UMR-A series.

Output monitoring signals are fully buffered with high input impedance to ensure consistent accuracy regardless of load conditions. The low impedance outputs provided by these options also have a programming accuracy that makes them suitable for integration into any variety of systems including those with digital and PLC control.

All models in the UMR-AA and UMR-A series are now available from New Yorker Electronics with the V05 and V10 advanced interface options immediately, and are ready for use in countless applications. New Yorker Electronics is a franchised distributor of Dean Technology, including its three main product lines, CKE, HVC and HVPSI. HVPSI manufactures the PMT Series and other high voltage power supplies, multipliers and test equipment.

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Neil Tyler

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