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Intepro Systems announces addition of the ADG-L to its programmable DC power supply range

08 February 2021

Intepro Systems announces the addition of the ADG-L Programmable DC Power Supply to its power supply range.

Packaged in a compact 3U chassis the ADG-L provides high power output from 4kW to 12kW for use in a variety of testing applications. Offering a wide out voltage range, up to 1,000Vdc and current to 75A, the ADG-L is an ideal solution for power supply and motor type testing.

“The ADG-L has auto-ranging options and can generate higher output current while using lower output voltage. This makes it both a robust and efficient option for use in a wide range of applications, such as EV (Electric Vehicle) testing, photovoltaic, battery, and DC/DC converters and other electronics,” comments Joe Engler, one of Intepro’s Lead Engineers. 

“The ADG-L provides industry-leading performance due to low-ripple, high accuracy, and lower harmonic distortions, which offers energy savings and a lower carbon footprint.”

Equipped with the active Power Factor Corrector (PFC), the ADG-L provides input PF to 0.99, which reduces interference, increases real power, and offers better energy saving and operational cost benefits. Units may be connected in parallel for higher output levels. The intuitive control software ensures the ADG-L provides a powerful and cost-effective testing solution, saving valuable time in programming and report generation.

The ADG-L series is operated via a 5” intuitive touch screen or a control rotary knob to quickly access measurements, setting parameters and configurations. The unit can also be controlled via standard RS-232, RS-485 and Analog remote interfaces or through optional Ethernet, USB, or GPIB interfaces. The built-in simulation function allows devices to be tested to voltage dropouts, spikes and other repetitive testing for voltage and current.

For more information: Contact Andrew Engler at or visit Intepro Systems' website at

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