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XP Power’s Glassman acquisition expands options

23 June 2021 Power Electronics / Power Management

Glassman High Voltage has become synonymous with high reliability, dedication to technology development, lean manufacturing principles and customer support within the power supply industry. As Glassman High Voltage joins XP Power’s range of high-voltage products, the choice of products for customers’ power requirements has become substantially wider.




Common product features include:

• CE and RoHS compliant.

• Compact and lightweight.

• Laboratory performance products.

• Air insulated, serviceable assemblies.

• Different input options available.

• Constant current and constant voltage operation.

• Low ripple and tight regulation.

• 3-year warranty.

XP Glassman offers solutions for most high-voltage DC power supply requirements from one of the largest standard ranges of high-voltage power supplies within the industry. Standard models include output voltages up to 500 kV d.c. with output power ratings up to 200 kW, and its capabilities include modified and custom-designed solutions.


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