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Power Supplies offer digital ready interface options.

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December 11, 2012 - Available on 10A-25A Series high voltage modules, F Option low ripple modules, and A Series high voltage biasing supplies, -I5 and-I10 interface options facilitate designs using direct connection to DAC and ADC architectures where one or many devices are controlled by PC, PLC, or microcontroller. Interfaces are optimized for applications such as SEMs, particle accelerators, channel electron multipliers, mass spectrometry, electrophoresis, plasma, PZT, and detectors.

UltraVolt, Inc.

1800 Ocean Ave., Ronkonkoma, NY, 11779, USA

Original Press Release

Ultravolt® Digital Ready Interface Options Now Available on Additional Product Lines

Press release date: October 16, 2012

-I5 OPTION AND –I10 OPTION NOW FEATURED ON THE A SERIES, 10A-25A SERIES, & F OPTION

RONKONKOMA, New York – UltraVolt, Inc., a world-leading manufacturer of high-voltage power supplies and high-voltage power systems, announced today the –I5 and –I10 enhanced interface options are now available on two additional product lines and in conjunction with an additional option. The additional product lines and option include the A Series, 10A-25A Series, and the F Option.

Initially, UltraVolt offered the –I5 and –I10 options on only the AA Series and High Power C Series. In continuing to fulfill the needs of its customers, UltraVolt now offers these interface options on higher voltage modules (10A-25A Series), low ripple modules (F Option), and standard high voltage biasing supplies where size is not a vital requirement (A Series). This means the enhanced interface options are optimized for an even wider variety of applications including scanning electron microscopes (SEM), particle accelerators, channel electron multipliers, mass spectrometry, electrophoresis, plasma, PZT, and detectors. The –I5 and –I10 interface options’ functionality remains the same, which are ideal for use by the majority of high-voltage power supply design engineers since it simplifies their design process. UltraVolt plans to offer the options on additional product lines in the coming months.

“UltraVolt is excited to offer customers more products with the digital ready interface to accelerate design cycles and reduce costs”, said James Morrison, CEO and Co-Founder. “These interfaces eliminate a myriad of analog circuits typically associated with high voltage power supplies as well as the need to scale and calibrate those circuits while delivering high accuracy, repeatability, stability, and ease of connectivity. These interfaces facilitate our customers’ designs using direct connection to DAC and ADC architectures where one or many devices are controlled by PC, PLC, or microcontroller. The interfaces also enhance our offering to existing customers and open doorways for new customers to work with the experienced high-voltage team at UltraVolt. This evolution will prove very advantageous as we continue Making High Voltage EasierĀ® by meeting the needs of our customers’ diverse applications.”

For additional information on the –I5 Option and –I10 Option, visit UltraVolt on the web at www.ultravolt.com/i5_i10 or email the UltraVolt Customer Service department at csd@ultravolt.com

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 40kV at 0 to 100mW to 90kW. Founded in 1990, the company is based in Ronkonkoma, NY. For more information, call +1 (631) 471-4444 or visit www.ultravolt.com .

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