FREMONT, Calif., July 6, 2015 — Digital Power Corporation (NYSE MKT: DPW) announced the release of its new advanced capacitor chargers product family for powering laser systems in medical and industrial applications.
This family of products features a series of highly efficient, high power and compact capacitor charger power supplies. These products charge capacitive loads to high voltages with excellent pulse-to-pulse repeatability at very high repetition rates, allowing load capacitors to be charged in the fastest time possible.
The products support output voltages ranging from 500 volts to 1,000 volts and offer charge rates from 1,500 Joules/sec to 2,200 Joules/sec. They are available in power ranges from 1,500 watts to 3,000 watts.
The capacitor chargers deliver clean and efficient power for pulsed YAG lasers, flashlamp pumped laser systems, intense pulsed light excimer lasers for photolithography, pulsed UV lasers for curing and sterilization, pulsed energy lasers for cosmetic and surgical treatments, and other pulsed energy applications in medical an industrial markets.
Amos Kohn, president and CEO of Digital Power, comments, “The Digital Power capacitor charger product family demonstrates our commitment to continued innovation in the development of power solutions for a broad range of industries and challenging environments.” Mr. Kohn adds, “Our systems use reactive charging with duty cycle control and programmable circuitry where the ballast current is reactive and recoverable and the only power consumed is the real power going into the energy bank. This approach provides a great advantage when dealing with energy storage in the thousands of joules”.
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About Digital Power Corporation
Headquartered in Fremont, California, Digital Power Corporation designs, manufactures and sells high-grade customized and off-the-shelf power system solutions. Its products are used in the most demanding telecom, industrial, medical and military applications where customers require high density, high efficiency and ruggedized power solutions. Its wholly owned subsidiary Digital Power Limited, is located in the UK.
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Contact: Digital Power Corporation, 48430 Lakeview Blvd., Fremont, California 94538.