EXAIR's Gen4 Two Outlet Selectable Voltage Power Supply allows users to choose input voltages of 115 or 230 VAC. Two 5 kV stainless steel output connectors can energise two static eliminators.
The Australian-made Emergency Charger by Magellan Power helps keep substation batteries in a charged state and keep downtime to zero.
Control cabinets are undergoing a transformation, because the requirements on them are constantly increasing — both quantitative and qualitative requirements.
WAGO's Pro 2 series of power supplies includes six units ranging from 120–960 W, providing an energy conversion efficiency of up to 96%.
ITECH has released a programmable DC power supply with a bidirectional source and regenerative sink.
Keysight Technologies has launched a series of single- and dual-output power supplies that deliver usable power, a bench-friendly design with low background noise, a small footprint and a large display.
Due to their fast load recovery time, the R&S NGL200 power supplies are suitable for challenging applications, particularly in R&D labs and integrated into production test systems.
The wireless power transfer system uses magnetic fields to simultaneously charge multiple devices — or nodes — within the confines of a room.
Vicor Power Systems' line of VITA 62 compliant power supplies are designed for 3U Open VPX systems and achieve high efficiency and high power density in a rugged, conduction-cooled chassis.
The PULS CP20.241-V1 DIN rail power supply is equipped with an additional remote-controlled ON/OFF feature, allowing users to switch on or off the power supply output with a signal switch or transistor.
Würth Elektronik and Infineon Technologies have jointly released a development system for wireless power transfer, the 760308EMP-WPT-200W. The development kit includes a power supply unit, a transmitter and a receiver unit.
Artesyn Embedded Technologies has announced an extension to its iHP series configurable intelligent high power system, with the addition of a 12 kW case to the existing 24 kW case.
The LCM3000 series AC-DC single-output enclosed power supplies can supply up to 3000 W output power with medical and industrial safety approvals.
A cup holder that wirelessly charges electronic devices in a 3D space has been developed by the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute in South Korea.
Deakin University scientists have been working to process energy-storing sheets of 'MXene' — a nanoscopic material made of carbon and titanium — into knittable fibres. The goal of their research? To create clothing fibres that can store energy.