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PULSE REVERSE-CURRENT POWER SUPPLY 7opley Controls Corp., Westwood, Mass. l’he Model 604 pulse reverse-current power sup- ply provides four independent channels of pulsed zlectrodeposition power. The user can program and store multiple pulse patterns (“recipes”) for specific plating/finishing tasks. The system gives sll four output channels access to a menu of pulse recipes, permitting four simultaneous but inde- pendent plating operations. Circle 153 on reader information card DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS Rapid Power Technologies Inc., Brookfield, Conn. Rapid’s digital control systems offer unique pro- gramming flexibility and versatility not previ- ~.~sly found on metal-finishing rectifiers. Avail- able as either a digital membrane keypad (left) or touch screen (right), their various features include digital meters; ampere hour meter with preset, totalizer, and solution feed capabilities; cycle tim- 31;variable ramp; fault diagnostics; pulse for hard :oat anodizing and metal-finishing applications; polarity reversing; process profiler; and combina- tions thereof for precise, flexible control of your plating or anodizing process. Circle 154 on reader information card SCR POWER SUPPLIES Aldonex Inc., Bellwood, Ill. Aldonex features a full line of SCR (Thyristor) Power Supplies. Units include single- and three- phase input. They can be ordered air or water cooled. Rustproof plastic or steel enclosures are available. PVC remote controls are included. Al- donex SCR rectifiers include independent current/ voltage controls with automatic crossover. Also available are computer control, pulse, automatic current density, and variable ramp. Circle 155 on reader information card 18 Metal Finishing

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PULSE REVERSE-CURRENT POWER SUPPLY

7opley Controls Corp., Westwood, Mass.

l’he Model 604 pulse reverse-current power sup- ply provides four independent channels of pulsed zlectrodeposition power. The user can program and store multiple pulse patterns (“recipes”) for specific plating/finishing tasks. The system gives sll four output channels access to a menu of pulse recipes, permitting four simultaneous but inde- pendent plating operations.

Circle 153 on reader information card

DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS

Rapid Power Technologies Inc., Brookfield, Conn.

Rapid’s digital control systems offer unique pro- gramming flexibility and versatility not previ- ~.~sly found on metal-finishing rectifiers. Avail- able as either a digital membrane keypad (left) or touch screen (right), their various features include digital meters; ampere hour meter with preset, totalizer, and solution feed capabilities; cycle tim- 31; variable ramp; fault diagnostics; pulse for hard :oat anodizing and metal-finishing applications; polarity reversing; process profiler; and combina- tions thereof for precise, flexible control of your plating or anodizing process.

Circle 154 on reader information card

SCR POWER SUPPLIES

Aldonex Inc., Bellwood, Ill.

Aldonex features a full line of SCR (Thyristor) Power Supplies. Units include single- and three- phase input. They can be ordered air or water cooled. Rustproof plastic or steel enclosures are available. PVC remote controls are included. Al- donex SCR rectifiers include independent current/ voltage controls with automatic crossover. Also available are computer control, pulse, automatic current density, and variable ramp.

Circle 155 on reader information card

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