Pro Series Power Supplies: Customize to Your Exact Needs!

One of the most sophisticated power supplies available in the metal finishing industry today, the Pro Series offers the flexibility to be adapted to the most complex process. From sophisticated electroplating applications in the semiconductor industry to high end nitinol electropolishing in the medical device market, the Pro Series can meet the needs of the most challenging applications today!

The Pro Series is a completely programmable power supply, built in a series of modules. Multiple cells, channels within those cells, and differing outputs from the channels, are available. Such flexibility allows the Pro series power supply to be utilized for such applications as multiple cathodes, multiple or segmented anodes, and multiple plating baths.


*Real Time Cycle Control
*Ampere Time Cycle Control
*Ampere Time Totalizer
*Process set-up generation
*Process set-up storage
*RS485 and USB ports
*Process data logging
*Error signals for output out-of-tolerance
*Calibration - A separate Windows-based software program, Dynacal ll, is provided with each power supply. This is a manually-controlled program allowing the user to check and adjust calibration from a desktop or laptop computer. A semi-automated version is also available as an option.


*Current outputs from 0.001 to 50 amperes at 1-350 Volts DC.
*PC-based programmable controls.
*Selectable current, voltage & crossover regulation modes.
*Save/recall multiple process steps.
*Create/save/recall recipes incorporating multiple process steps.
*Pulse Timing (Pulse Units Only).
   - Multiple pulse timing configurations are available. For example, a four-digit control can provide.     ON/OFF Pulse Timing and Direction Timing such as:
     - Direction: 1-999 milliseconds - Resolution: 1 millisecond.
     - ON/OFF: 0.01-999.99 milliseconds - Resolution: 0.01 milliseconds.
     - Frequency Stability: A minimum of 0.05% over the operating temperature and voltage range.
     - Pulsed Output Waveshape: Square wave.
*Pulse Rise and Fall Times (Pulse Units Only)
   - Typical rise and falls times are 20 microseconds maximum into a non-inductive load resistor of       1.66 ohm. Rise and fall times depend on model and load.
   - Rise and fall times measured between 10-90% of pulse amplitude.
   - Overshoot of Output Current: in current regulation mode, shall be less than the greater of:
   - 10% of the peak output current setting or 1% of the peak output current rating of the channel.

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