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B Series AC/DC Converters

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RONKONKOMA, N.Y., Aug. 22, 2013 — The B Series AC/DC converters from UltraVolt Inc. is suited for use with bias supplies, isolation testers, electrostatics, air ionization, air and oil precipitators, ozone generators, UV lamps, capacitor charging and flashlamps.

The series’ 12 models provide fixed outputs of 1 to 12 kV at 4-, 20-, 30- or 50-W output power. Units are available with an input voltage of 115 or 230 V of alternating current and offer indefinite output short-circuit protection and output arc protection.

Other features include a fault monitor with isolated relay contacts; a fixed-frequency design with low stored energy; and chassis-mount fixed-output power.
Aug 2013

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