Capacitor Charging Power Supplies

Excelitas Capacitor Chargers are tailored to meet your exact needs by configuring modular platforms based on proven designs. Single-phase AC input designs are capable of up to 6 kW of output power and our three-phase designs provide up to 35 kW of output power. A modular design approach results in lower cost, higher reliability, and faster time-to-market. Typical applications for capacitor charging power supplies include flashlamp pumped laser systems (Nd: YAG, pulsed lasers, dye lasers, Intense Pulsed Light Systems (IPL) and aesthetic Medical Laser Systems, Medical Holmium YAG Laser), excimer lasers, pulsed UV curing and sterilization, radar and RF systems.

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Why should you choose Excelitas as your capacitor charger provider?
With decades of collective experience across the board, Excelitas has become a leading provider of optoelectronic solutions. We cater to the demands of different industries. Specifically, we have capacitor charger offerings designed to meet the most advanced and innovative applications today. Our expansive and customizable power capacitor portfolio — including high-power capacitor charger to low-power capacitor charger options – is available to satisfy the requirements of our customers and their end-users.
What types of charging capacitors do you offer?
Our lineup comprises low-power, medium-power and high-power and water-cooled capacitor charging supplies. First, there is our compact, high-efficiency and fast-response low-power capacitor charging supplies. Its modular design concept reduces the development cycle while optimizing functionality. We also have modularly designed switch mode capacitor charging power supplies down the middle. Both types have designs that are customizable for both output power and voltage. They also feature low electromagnetic interference (EMI), and high EMI-RFI immunity. You can choose from analog, serial digital and optical communication interface options. Meanwhile, our generically configured high-voltage power supplies consist of an EMI filter, power factor correction (PFC) circuitry, rectifier, inverter, high-voltage transformer, multiplier/rectifier-filter, high-voltage divider, and feedback control system.
What are capacitor chargers used for?
With power-efficient and thermally efficient designs, our charging capacitors come with various schemes available for nearly every application. They boast a switch-mode topology that helps solve power dissipation and efficiency challenges often found in today’s demanding, innovative and technologically advanced applications. The most common applications for these products are flashlamp pumped laser systems – such as pulsed lasers, dye lasers, intense pulsed light (IPL) systems and aesthetic medical laser systems, – excimer lasers, pulsed UV curing and sterilization, radar and radio frequency (RF) systems.
What is the quality assurance process for your capacitor charging power supplies?
At Excelitas, we consider multiple factors when designing and sizing the appropriate power supply for your application. Our team ensures we completely understand all these elements to help you select the most cost-effective part for your design.
Do you offer custom capacitor chargers?
Yes. We have a dedicated applications team who can guide you throughout the process. We assist you in selecting the size and modular features that are best for you.