MCS working in partnership with Magna Power Electronics

MCS working in partnership with Magna-Power Electronics

Published: 28th July 2015

MCS are delighted to announce that we are now an official distributor of Magna-Power DC power supplies, extending our wide range of test and measurement equipment even further.

Based in New Jersey, USA, Magna-Power are a designer and manufacturer of robust current-fed programmable DC power supplies, setting industry standards for quality, size and control.

The company’s experience in power electronics is reflected in its wide ranging product line, quality service, and reputation for excellence.

The Magna-Power product range consists of both rack mounted and floor standing units, from 1.5 – 2000kW+:

  • SL Series 1.5 kW to 6 kW
  • XR Series 2 kW to 10 kW
  • TS Series 5 kW to 45 kW
  • MS Series 30 kW to 75 kW
  • MT Series 100 kW to 2000 kW+

Through decades of experience and innovative engineering, Magna-Power have developed a product line which provides robust current-fed power conversion along with user-friendly and sophisticated microprocessor control.

All the DC power supplies are manufactured in the USA, with a typical lead time of 2-4 weeks. The company also hold a stock of their more popular models, ready for immediate shipping.

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