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High Voltage Power Solutions - Dean Technology  Profile

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High Voltage Power Solutions - Dean Technology  Company Overview

High Voltage Power Solutions, Inc. (HVPSI), previously known as High Voltage Power Systems Inc and also the Electronic Products Division of Collmer Semiconductor, Inc., has been a leading manufacturer of high voltage and power related products for over 20 years. HVPSI's main products are custom high voltage power supplies including AC or DC inputs and DC outputs over 150KV. In April, 2005, HVPSI was acquired by Dean Technology and is now part of a group of companies including HV Components, CKE and Anshan.

High Voltage Power Solutions - Dean Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by High Voltage Power Solutions - Dean Technology include High Voltage Power Supplies, High Voltage DC Converters, Diodes & Rectifier Assemblies, Surge Arrestors, Surge Suppressors, High Voltage Test Equipment, and High Voltage Multipliers.

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