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Ultravolt GMA Series Still Available

Press release date: April 23, 2014

The Original GMA Series of Proportional DC to DC HV Supplies FromLHV Power Formerly Known as Hitek Power Corporation Still Available From UltraVolt

RONKONKOMA, New York – UltraVolt, Inc., a world-leading manufacturer of high-voltage power supplies and high-voltage power systems, announced today that the microsize HV bias supply line, the GMA Series, is still available. The original GMA Series of proportional DC to DC high-voltage power supply modules from LHV Power (formerly known as HiTek Power Corporation) can be purchased – design, components, and manufacturing unchanged, from UltraVolt. Please contact UltraVolt today should you have any questions regarding the GMA Series.

“We want our customers to know that while some legacy distribution channels no longer have access to the product that the GMA series devices are fully available in its original design, form, fit, and function directly from UltraVolt and through our HV qualified worldwide representatives” said James Morrison, CEO and Co-Founder. “Our policy is not to obsolete devices used by our valued customers; as an example UltraVolt devices introduced in the early 1990’s are still readily available to those who need them.”

Download the GMA Series datasheet for more information.

About UltraVolt, Inc.
UltraVolt, Inc. is a world-leading manufacturer of a comprehensive range of standard-product high-voltage power supplies and systems. UltraVolt offers world-class support to customers searching for high-voltage power supplies with short lead times and nominal to high performance for efficiency, accuracy, stability, and ripple. UltraVolt product lines range from benchtop and rackmount systems to microsize PCB-mount modules with outputs of 0 to 62V through 0 to 400kV at 0 to 100mW to 120kW. Founded in 1990, the company is based in Ronkonkoma, NY. For more information, call +1 (631) 471-4444 or visit

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