Power Supplies

Ampegon has decades of experience designing high energy power supplies for world-class research facilities and medical centres, featuring particle accelerators, high field electromagnets and fusion experiments. Their work demands cutting edge scientific research and strive for the limit of technological performance to advance human understanding of material science, medicine, engineering, biology, particle physics and plasma science.

Since Ampegon invented PSM technology as part of ABB in the 1980s, our high voltage power supplies have been continuously developed to provide ever-better accuracy, performance and reliability. Today, Ampegon high voltage supplies CW output, pulsed output, and even hybrid output at up to 320kV, 10MW CW and 50MWp (pulsed) power ratings.

For fully pulsed power supplies, providing rapidly oscillating voltages between 0V and maximum output, please also see our pulse modulators page.

Additionally, Ampegon’s team of high voltage electronics experts are able to custom-design specialist high-energy power supplies for almost any scientific or industrial application. If you have specific challenges to be met, Ampegon can likely find a suitable solution to meet your budget and requirements from our catalogue of proprietary technologies.


High Voltage Power Supplies

High Voltage Power Supplies Ampegon designs and delivers stand-alone regulated high voltage power supplies for high energy applications in pulsed and CW mode. At the heart of the stand-alone high voltage power supply (HVPS) system is an Ampegon’s patented pulse-step modulator (PSM). Since the introduction of PSM technology in the 1980s, this system has been [...]

Innovation for Unique Applications

Innovation for Unique Applications Ampegon maintains a highly qualified team of power electronics engineers, RF experts, a team of electrical and mechanical designers, and a fully staffed project-management team for even the most challenging of developments. Additionally, Ampegon has strong links to research partners at ETH Zürich, Fachhochschule Nordwest Schweiz (FHNW), the Paul Scherrer Institut [...]