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Acopian Power Supplies Wins Inaugural 2014 ECN IMPACT Award

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Acopian Technical Co.

P.O. Box 638, Easton, PA, 18044, USA

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Acopian Power Supplies Wins Inaugural 2014 ECN IMPACT Award

Press release date: May 15, 2014

Easton, PA — Acopian, a leader in the design and manufacturing of custom, standard and modified-standard power supplies, is the recipient of the celebrated 2014 ECN IMPACT Award. The company received the award in the category of Power Sources and Conditioning for its 1U 750 watt AC-DC Power Supply family, which targets a broad range of ATE, OEM and laboratory applications.  The ECN Impact Awards were presented at the inaugural ECN-sponsored reception on Tuesday, May 6 at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.   Winners were selected by a judging panel comprised of 15 category-specific industry experts to recognize the products and services having the most significant impact on the electronics industry during 2013.

Alex Karapetian, Acopian's Director of Sales and Marketing, who accepted the award at the ceremony, stated, "We thank ECN for acknowledging our 1U 750 watt AC-DC Power Supply family at this truly exceptional event. Being named a winner of a 2014 ECN IMPACT Award demonstrates Acopian's long-standing commitment to provide our customers with innovative and reliable products to help them stay competitive and grow their business.  We are proud to be among the winners recognized for this honor."

Available in rack and benchtop configurations, Acopian's 1U 750 watt AC-DC power supplies feature wide-adjust output voltages from 0V-5V to 0-135V and current capabilities up to 70A.  Notably, the single output programmable power supplies provide high power density, low ripple and a user-friendly front panel.   These devices accommodate the universal AC input voltage of 95 to 265VAC, 50/60Hz with active power factor correction (PFC) of 0.99 single phase. 

Models can be configured with a fixed auxiliary output of between 3.3Vdc and 125Vdc, up to 180W.  An intuitive front panel supports reliable linear controls.  Voltage and current monitor outputs, and provisions for N+1 redundancy and paralleling are also available as options.  All units are provided with pluggable connectors, active PFC, universal input, built-in over voltage protection (OVP), and constant current control.

Additional standard features include "soft start" and "no load" operation, short circuit and overload protection, thermal protection, internal EMI filtering, RFI shielding, and remote sensing.  Available digital interfaces include RS232, RS485, Ethernet and USB. Moreover, the extensive menu of options enable customers to "build their own" customized power supply online at "off-the-shelf" prices.  Customers only pay for the functions required, thereby keeping their cost down.

All Acopian's products are built in the USA.

About Acopian
Acopian Technical Company has been designing and manufacturing custom, standard and modified-standard power supplies since 1956. Their products are commonly employed in a broad range of electronics applications in such strategic markets as computing, aerospace, automotive, medical, telecommunications, and industrial control. Acopian's comprehensive portfolio consists of full lines of AC-DC single, dual and triple output power supplies, AC-DC wide adjust output power supplies, DC-DC converters, high voltage AC-DC and DC-DC power supplies, redundant systems, N+1 power supplies and systems built to customers' unique requirements. Standard models have outputs from 1V to 30kV, and up to 1400W and most come with a 5-year warranty. Each is shipped within 3 days (larger units ship within 9 days) after receipt of order. All Acopian products are built in the USA and shipped factory direct to customers worldwide.

Acopian Power Supplies
P.O. Box 638
Easton, PA 18044
(610) 258-5441
FAX: (610) 258-2842
www.acopian.com
engr@acopian.com
Contact: Alex Karapetian
610-258-5441
alex@acopian.com



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