• S M P S

    SMPS(Switching Mode Power Supply) uses semiconductor element like MOSFET which is useful to power for switch and after transform direct current input voltage to square wave voltage at first, and is tool which gets direct current output voltage which is controlled via filter.

  • Noise Filter

    If an electric current flows into the electric and electronic equipments, electric field and magnetic field are induced around this current, and also the electric field which has the space made by potential difference is changing gradually and magnetic field is generated sometimes around this electric field.

  • Solid State Relay

    A Magnet relay is a method by action of electromagnetic force while an S.S.R is [Solid State Relay] having no mechanical contact structure and is a completely solidified electronic switch which switching is made in the way of condition of resin molding in a case by using switching semiconductor.

  • Micro Surge Filter

    One of these concerns is the over-voltage that appears at the motor terminals due to the impedance mismatch between the power cable and the motors. Micro surge filter is proven economical devices to improve inverter-fed motor reliability, increase motor life, and solve long lead over voltage problems.

  • Inverter Reactor

  • Cooling Fan

    AC AXIAL FAN, DC AXIAL FAN, DC AXIAL FAN, CROSS FLOW FAN, EXTERNAL ROTOR FAN, BLOWER FAN

  • Harmonic Filter

    The use of variable speed drives and other static power conversion equipment has grown rapidly in recent years. With this growth has come concern over the level of current harmonics generated by such equipment. Harmonic currents and the voltage distortion these currents create can have devastating effects on a power distribution system and its connected equipment.

  • Shield Room

    These single line a.c. power line filters in a rectangular package are designed for mounting on a bulkhead. They are suitable for all voltages up to 250V a.c. 50/60Hz. They are particularly suited to high current power and control line applications where the return current has to return via a different route.

  • Duplicated SMPS