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N4L LPA series broadband signal amplifiers
The HSA series of bipolar amplifiers from NF corporation
NF BP4610 bipolar power supply
NF BA4825 bipolar amplifiers
H&H NL series Bipolar power supplies
Cinergia GE/EL+ VAC/DC Regenerative Converter
Cinergia B2C series bidirectional battery charger
A bipolar amplifier is distinguished from a ‘normal’ power supply, because it has the ability to operate in multiple quadrants.
The bipolar, two-quadrant model can supply power at positive or negative voltage. A common application is to enhance the output power of an (arbitrary) function generator (quadrant 1 and 2). However, a bipolar two-quadrant model may also be structured so that it is able to supply or dissipate electricity at a positive voltage. Such units are ideal for, for example, charging and discharging batteries or supercapacitors (quadrant 1 and 4).
A four-quadrant bipolar amplifier is capable of both supplying current (power supply) and absorbing current (load). All of which, of course, at both positive and negative voltage. A good example is the control of RCL networks, at which the capacity or coil generates energy back into the power supply when it is disconnected.
In our product range we carry Höcherl&Hackl amplifiers, Toellner, NF Corporation Cinergia, and Newtons4th with power up to 200kVA, voltages up to 750V, but also frequencies up to 50MHz.
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