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AC Power Cords (453 suppliers)

AC power cords carry alternating current from one area to another. There are many different standard plugs and voltages, depending upon the country.
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AC Power Sources (263 suppliers)

AC power sources provide alternating power and typically have adjustable output values for the testing of component response at various voltages, current and frequency levels.
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AC-DC Adapters (371 suppliers)

AC-DC adapters accept AC input voltage directly from a wall outlet, and output DC voltage.
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Computer power supplies convert alternating current (AC) line to direct current (DC) line, needed by the computer.
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Current Sources (94 suppliers)

Current sources provide reliable current for electrical component testing and for powering specialized components.
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DC Power Supplies (1,205 suppliers)

DC power supplies accept an input power and output the desired form of DC power. Common types of DC power supplies include linear power supplies, switching power supplies, DC-DC converters, and silicon controlled rectifier (SCR) type power supplies.
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DC-AC Inverters (654 suppliers)

DC to AC inverters are used for converting direct current (DC) into alternating current (AC). They are also known as DC to AC converters.
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DC-DC Converters (756 suppliers)

DC-DC converters accept DC input and provide regulated and/or isolated DC output in various applications including computer flash memory, telecommunications equipment, and process control systems.
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High voltage power supplies use linear technology to provide one or more DC outputs at voltage levels of hundreds or thousands of volts.
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Lighting Inverters (37 suppliers)

Lighting inverters provide alternating current (AC) power for indoor, outdoor and emergency lighting, signage, and associated controls.
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Linear Power Supplies (171 suppliers)

Linear power supplies accept AC inputs and provide one or more DC outputs for a wide variety of computer and industrial applications. They use an active element (normally a power transistor) operating in its linear region to generate a desired voltage.
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Medical Power Supplies (135 suppliers)

Medical power supplies are power supplies designed to produce conditioned outputs for medical devices, instruments, and equipment.
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Plasma power supplies are DC and RF devices used in plasma generation equipment for applications such as sputtering, plasma etching, physical vapor deposition (PVD) coating, and chemical vapor deposition (CVD) coating.
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Power Rectifiers (267 suppliers)

Power rectifiers are electrical devices that convert alternating current (AC) to direct current (DC). They are an integral part of telecom rectifiers for the telecommunications industry, and in battery chargers, DC power systems, and other power system devices.
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Power Strips (203 suppliers)

Power strips are used in applications where multiple AC outlets are needed, often without surge or line noise protection.
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Power Supplies (2,846 suppliers)

Power supplies are electrical devices that deliver electric power to one or several loads. They generate the output power by converting an input signal into an output signal.
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Programmable power supplies are digitally controlled power sources that provide accurate and adjustable levels of voltage, current, and frequency. They include a processor, voltage/current programming circuits, current shunt, and voltage/current read-back circuits.
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RF Generators (91 suppliers)

RF generators and high frequency power supplies provide the power required for plasma generation, induction heating, and radar or communications applications.
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SCR Power Controllers (106 suppliers)

Silicon controlled rectifier (SCR) power controllers precisely regulate output power to resistive heating loads such as industrial furnaces and ovens. They generally operate on either zero-crossing or phase angle control.
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SCR Power Supplies (33 suppliers)

SCR power supplies use silicon controlled rectifier (SCR) topology to provide well-regulated voltage and current output.
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Single phase uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) sit between an AC outlet and an electronic device to provide power conditioning, back-up protection, and distribution for electronic equipment loads. They also prevent power disturbances from affecting the performance and life of the electronic device and vital data. 
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Solar Inverters (135 suppliers)

Solar Inverters or Photovoltaic (PV) Inverters are electrical devices that convert the direct current (DC) produced by a PV device (cell or array) into alternating current (AC).
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Switching power supplies are DC sources that use a switching element (normally a power transistor) to generate the desired voltage. Switching power supplies are also called switch-mode products or switching mode power supplies (SMPS).
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Three phase uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) operate in conjunction with existing electrical systems to provide power conditioning, back-up protection, and distribution for electronic equipment loads that use three-phase power. 
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Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are backup batteries that provide emergency power to electrical systems in case power becomes unavailable. They are connected between a power source (such as an electrical outlet) and the equipment to protect (such as a motor or computer).
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