Emerson Network Power - Embedded Power is part of the global technology company, Emerson (NYSE:EMR). Its embedded power business is one of the world’s largest and most successful power supply companies. It embraces the Astec and Artesyn brand names, employs some 27,000 people - including 1,300 professional engineers - and is active in every major country.
The company operates strategically located design, support and sales facilities on every continent, and has five large-scale manufacturing sites - three in China, and two in the Philippines.
Emerson Network Power - Embedded Power produces world-class products, based on leading-edge technology, which deliver unmatched performance and long term value. These products are used extensively by OEMs and system integrators for diverse applications in the communications, computing, storage, business systems, test, instrumentation, medical and industrial equipment industries.
As a market leader in ac-dc power supplies, Emerson Network Power - Embedded Power‘s standard product portfolio is especially extensive. Covering a power range of 25 watts to 5 kilowatts, it includes open-frame and enclosed models, highly configurable modular power supplies, rack-mounting bulk power units, DIN rail power supplies and external power adapters. Many of these products are available in medically approved versions, and a large number of the higher power models feature extensive built-in intelligence. The highest power modules can be used to configure bulk power systems with up to 18 kilowatts output capability.
Widely acknowledged as an industry leader in Distributed Power applications, Emerson Network Power produces an exceptionally wide range of dc-dc power conversion products. These include isolated dc-dc converters, covering industry-standard sixteenth- to full-brick form factors and power ratings from 3 watts to 700 watts, and five application-optimized families of non-isolated dc-dc converters. The company also produces non-isolated memory power and voltage regulator modules (VRMs) for processors, as well as a series of special 300 V input high power dc-dc converters and power conditioning modules.