DIN Rail Class II Surge Arrestors - DRS Series News

July 14th, 2015

Dean Technology, Inc. today announced another addition to its CKE suppression products, the DRS series. These are DIN rail mountable Class II surge arrestors using modules of either thermally protected MOVs, gas discharge tubes, or the two in series. They meet UL 1449 3rd edition, and are KEMA certified.

Thermally Protected MOVs - TPM Series News

June 23rd, 2015

Dean Technology, Inc. today announced the newest edition to its CKE suppression products, the TPM series. These thermally protected MOV suppressors have a high surge current capability, meet UL 1449 3rd edition, and provide floating remote signaling contacts for fault indication.

HVM40B Digital High Voltage Meter News

June 2nd, 2015

Dean Technology, Inc. today announced the newest edition to its HVPSI test and measurement products, the HVM40B. This digital voltmeter is a low cost option for high accuracy measurement of positive or negative voltages up to 40,000 volts.

DTI Fully Acquires HVP Global News

January 19th, 2015

Dean Technology, Inc. (DTI) is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of all the equity in HVP Global, LLC (HVP). For the past eight years we have been fortunate to share in the ownership, management, and development of HVP in partnership with UltraVolt, Inc. (UV).

GxFS High Voltage Rectifier Series News

February 22nd, 2011

Dean Technology, Inc. is pleased to announce the GxFS high-voltage rectifier product family. The GxFS series replaces the discontinued 20,000, 25,000, and 30,000 volt rated GxFP diodes. The GxFS products have an identical package size to the discontinued parts, and maintain the same electrical performance and specifications. The GxFS products will have a blue cathode band in place of a white wavy band previously used on the GxFP parts.

New GxFSA High Voltage Rectifier Series News

December 21st, 2010

Dean Technology, Inc. is pleased to announce the new GxFSA high-voltage rectifier product family. The GxFSA series is an upgrade of the existing GxFS products for the 2,000 to 5,000 volt range, which will be discontinued in 2011. The GxFSA product enhancements include a smaller package size while maintaining the same electrical performance and specifications.

PPM Power Becomes UK Distributor for Dean Technology, Inc. News

July 1st, 2008

PPM Power and Dean Technology Inc., today announced that PPM Power has become the exclusive UK distributor for the Dean Technology range of high voltage and high current components, modules, assemblies and power supplies.Under this new agreement, PPM Power will add to their existing portfolio of power electronics and high voltage components by marketing the complete range of products manufactured by all divisions of Dean Technology.

Dean Technology Announces Authorized Distributor Program News

July 10th, 2007

Dean Technology, parent of HV Component Associates (HVCA), CKE, and High Voltage Power Solutions Inc. (HVPSI) today announced a new authorized distributors program for domestic sales. This new program represents Dean Technology's continued commitment to providing a full range of electronic components, and products.

Dean Technology President Craig Dean Named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2007 Award Winner in New Jersey News

June 27th, 2007

Dean Technology today announced that its President, Craig Dean received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2007 Award in the Manufacturing and Engineering Services category in New Jersey. The Ernst & Young, award recognizes outstanding entrepreneurs who are building and leading dynamic, growing businesses. An independent panel of judges selected Craig Dean and the award was presented at an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year gala event at the Glenpointe Marriott in Teaneck, New Jersey, on Thursday, June 21, 2007.

Dean Technology Provides Alternatives for Discontinued Product Lines News

April 5th, 2007

Dean Technology, Inc. parent of HV Component Associates (HVCA), CKE, and High Voltage Power Solutions, Inc. (HVPSI) reaffirms its commitment to providing essential electronic technologies, despite the growing trend in the electronics industry to discontinue current product lines.