High Frequency (HF) Generators

Mobile Induction Generators feature intuitive user interface.
High Frequency (HF) Generators

Mobile Induction Generators feature intuitive user interface.

Depending on model, PICO-S, PICO-M, and PICO-L can be configured as medium frequency or high frequency energy sources from 5–150 kW. Units feature continuous, tap, and timer modes, as well as power, current, and temperature control. Plug-and-play generators are equipped with memory for up to 50 recipes and 8 individual timers with up to 600 sec runtime each. Typical applications include...

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High Frequency (HF) Generators

Spellman High Voltage Electronics GmbH to Exhibit at MEDICA 2014 Düsseldorf Germany

Hauppauge New York – Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation, the world’s leading manufacturer of custom high voltage power conversion products, announces it will exhibit at the upcoming MEDICA, one of the world‘s largest medical trade fairs in Düsseldorf, November 12 - November 15, 2014. The exhibit will include Spellman’s CT, Mammography and Bone Densitometry X-Ray generators,...

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High Frequency (HF) Generators

High-Speed Clock Generator is offered in PMC/XMC form factor.

Delivering clock frequencies up to 2 GHz, Model 7194 provides fixed frequency sample clocks to up to 4 analog-to-digital Cobalt® and Onyx® modules in multi-board systems. Generator enables synchronous sampling, playback, and timing for range of multichannel, high-speed data acquisition and software radio applications. Using PMC P14 or XMC P15 connectors solely for power, product can be...

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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments
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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments

When it comes to defense, all operations require a high degree of coordination and processing. As a result, airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) has become a crucial component of military activity. In order to maintain stealth and avoid detection, ISR missions are forced to fly at extremely high altitudes. These altitudes present a number of environmental obstacles such as extreme temperature ranges or fluctuating atmospheric pressure – most of which cannot normally be handled by commercially available components. However, because of rising costs and time delays, developing application-specific hardware is becoming less feasible. Using a real-life case study, this white paper explores in great detail a scenario in which Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) components were able to be used for a critical, extreme environment application. Check out this report, and see if cost-saving commercial COTS components can possibly be utilized for your specific needs.

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