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Intepro Systems announces the addition of the ADG-P Series to its Programmable DC Power Supply Range

Offering Industry-Leading 100kW of Programmable Power in a Single Unit

Intepro Systems  announces the addition of the ADG-P Programmable DC Power Supply range to their power supply offerings. The ADG-P provides high power density and output power, up to 100kW, in units that can be used as a standalone system or can be extended by parallel connections. Offering a wide voltage and current range, the ADG-P is a perfect solution for Renewable Energy, Smart Grid, and Electric Vehicle (EV) applications.

The new Intepro ADG-P series has industry leading performance on ripple, response time, and voltage regulation. Intuitive local control via a 5” easy to use touchscreen and free user-friendly remote-control software simplifies systems integration. Operates in constant voltage, constant current and constant power modes with remote sensing for output line voltage drop compensation. Fully protected against over and under voltage, over current, overpower protection and over temperature protection.

“The ADG-P series offers up to 100kW in a single unit, reducing the risk of interference from parallel connection signals as seen on other units requiring multi-unit parallel connections.” According to Joe Engler, one of Intepro’s Lead Engineers.

The ADG-L series of programmable DC power supplies offers high power density, low noise, and tight regulation. The combination of DSP and PWM technologies has enabled significant advances in stability and measurements. The ADG-L series includes fourteen models with 4kW, 8kW and 12kW maximum output powers and Auto Range models are available to provide a higher output current at lower output voltage.

For more information: Contact Andrew Engler at sales@inteproate.com or visit their website at https://www.inteproate.com/dc-supplies/adg-l.

About Intepro Systems

Since 1981, Intepro has supplied Automated Test systems to manufacturers all over the world to test power electronics used in a wide range of applications. Our knowledge and expertise in moving and measuring power makes our systems unparalleled for characterization of power components, environmental stress screening, production test and repair across all industries.

Intepro Systems instrumentation and systems test and validate power supply systems and components used in aerospace, military, telecommunications, and other power electronics applications. Leaders in power supply testing; the company has a global reach with direct sales offices in the U.K., Ireland, China and the USA, and distributors covering the rest of the world.

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