Medical-Grade Power Conditioners and UPS
Medical-grade “power quality” products are specifically designed to protect and enhance the performance of medical equipment.
Medical-grade “power quality” refers to all electrical environment issues that affect the performance and reliability of medical imaging and treatment equipment, as well as patient-vicinity diagnostics and monitoring systems. By providing uninterrupted and/or clean, stable power to critical medical systems, hospitals and healthcare facilities can obtain the highest level of image quality and diagnostic reliability, optimize workflow and patient satisfaction, and realize the ultimate in component and system reliability.
Controlled Power Company manufactures single phase uninterruptible power systems (UPS) that are UL 60601-1 listed, provide a true no-break output, and are ideal for patient/attendant vicinity medical systems. For three-phase applications that include CT, MRI, PET, Linear Accelerator, X-ray, and other imaging/treatment equipment, we manufacture our SureImage Series of products that include Power Conditioning Transformers (with or without Line Voltage Regulation), as well as Power Distribution Units (PDUs) designed specifically for “Medical OEM” equipment. All SureImage models are specifically designed to meet the high momentary power demand of medical imaging and X-ray equipment, while continuing to provide tightly regulated voltage.SELECT A MEDICAL-GRADE POWER CONDITIONER OR UPS
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