Glassman extends product range with new FJ series of 120W DC power supplies

The power supply company, Glassman High Voltage is to extend its broad range of products suitable for more demanding applications with the launch of its FJ Series of 120W regulated high voltage DC power supplies, which have been designed to offer laboratory performance for rack mounting, and have a slim 1.75in panel height.

The series has embedded microcontroller control with front panel digital encoders that provide high-resolution local adjustment of voltage and current programmes. INTEGRAL RS232, USB and optional Ethernet communications enable remote control program and monitor capabilities. Further features of the FJ series are arc quench, arc count and selectable current trip / constant current mode control.

The company’s FR Series of 300W Regulated High Voltage DC power supplies also rack mount with a 1.75in panel height and offer the same features as the FJ series but with greater power output. Both the FR and FJ series are air insulated – no oil or solid encapsulation is used, which helps reduce the weight of these units and allows full serviceability.

The MQ Series is a family of sophisticated, medium power, high voltage power supplies packaged as a space-saving module with no front panel displays. The series 300W Regulated High Voltage C modules (1kV to 60kV) are intended to suit a wide range of applications.

The EJ series is a 600W regulated high voltage DC power supply that can be rack mounted. Panel height is 3.5in. It features flexible embedded controls with low ripple and noise, combined with very fast response times. Arc discharge currents are also extremely low.

All Glassman standard power supplies are warranted for three years. OEM and modified products carry a one-year warranty.

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