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The Embedded Computing and Power Business of Emerson Network Power is Now Artesyn Embedded Technologies

A new name with a long heritage in power conversion and network computing solutions

Artesyn Embedded Technologies is the new name for the former Embedded Computing & Power business of Emerson Network Power.

Artesyn is a trusted, global leader in the development, design and manufacture of highly reliable power conversion and mission critical embedded computing technology solutions for communications, computing, medical and industrial applications.

Our extensive portfolio of embedded computing and power products and services helps accelerate your time-to-market, and provides you with scalable and cost-effective solutions.

The new Artesyn Embedded Technologies emerges from the integrated acquisitions of some of the leaders in the embedded computing and power conversion industries including Astec Power, Artesyn Technologies, and Motorola Computer Group. Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, Artesyn has over 20,000 employees worldwide across nine engineering centers of excellence, five world-class manufacturing facilities, and global sales and support offices.

Under Construction

We are developing artesyn.com to provide a single destination for the design engineering community searching for ac-dc and dc-dc power supplies or embedded computing solutions.

Contacting Us

Email addresses and phone numbers have not changed at this time.

Please continue to reach your Artesyn contacts through their emerson.com email addresses and use your usual sales or support channels. We will let you know when we migrate our systems.

In the meantime, please click the links to the right to find our products and solutions.




Product Catalog



Technical Articles

For the Sake of Unity: Implementing New Regulations for Harmonic Current Emissions (Power Supply and Conditioning) Most switch-mode AC/DC power supplies tend to draw current from their power source in a non-sinusoidal fashion. Left uncorrected, this input current characteristic would result in current, and... (View Full Article)
Powe Supply Choice is All in the Spec (Power Supply and Conditioning) Designing equipment for medical applications is a well-understood discipline. Or is it? There is only one area, voltage dip and power interrupts, that warrants particularly close attention. (View Full Article)


 

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