Small footprint power supplies are extended to 3-kV

June 15, 2012 // By Paul Buckley
UltraVolt's has increased the voltage levels of the company's V Series and M Series of microsize, micropower products by up to 100%.

V Series and M Series modules are now offered at 0 to 2kV, 0 to 2.5 kV, and 0 to 3 kV with 5, 12, and 24 V inputs. These new extended voltages also come with an Enhanced Interface (EI) Option, which adds a current monitor and enable pins. V Series and M Series modules offer programmable regulated output, high accuracy, and low ripple (0.01% peak to peak). The volume for the V Series is just 0.84in3 [13.8cc], and the volume for the M Series is 1.28in3 [20.9cc].

The V Series and M Series are optimal for handheld devices and lightweight systems. Typical applications include avalanche photo diodes (APD), photomultiplier tubes (PMT), X-ray imaging sensors, Pockels cell, q-switches, and micro-channel plates.

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