All FuG – series power supplies deliver high-precision regulated DC voltage or DC current and are adjustable in voltage and current from zero to the indicated final value. Fluctuations of the mains voltage or the load are automatically compensated. The outputs are short-circuit and flashover proof. The transition from voltage to current control takes place automatically depending on the connected load. Resistive, capacitive, inductive or complex loads are possible. Adjustment is made with ten-turn potentiometers on the front panel (except cassettes) or via optional analog or digital interfaces.
The Basic Series of FuG power supplies is the right solution for many applications with low and medium requirements to high voltage stabilization. Of the shelf power supplies of the M-Power-Line are available with short delivery and already equipped with many features for a quick start to work with them. 200 to 1000W output power and 10, to 50kV of output voltage are available.
The professional series of FuG power supplies comprises a big variety of different power supply classes with unipolar or bipolar output from low voltage op to the range of hundreds of kilovolt. This series is the right solution for a lot of more challenging applications, where highest stability, lowest ripple or other special features are necessary. A modular system with basic units and optional features covers these demands.
Customised power supplies
There is a floating transition from our professional series to another variety of pure customized products. These products are often developed in close co-operation with the customer and show unique features, exactly tailored to the corresponding application. Due to the modular system, we can make customized solutions also in low quantities.
Frequently asked questions
FuG power supplies are designed for a wide range of applications, especially when it comes to precision. These are mainly research and development (particle accelerators as an example) but also applications in the semiconductor industry, surface treatment, material separation, electron beam application, material analysis and many more.