BEDFORD, MA--(Marketwired - Feb 18, 2014) - Diversified Technologies, Inc., (DTI) developer of PowerMod™ high voltage, high power pulse modulators, DC power supplies, and process control systems, has recently installed a 120 kV, 120 A, 1.7 ms Marx modulator for the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK) in Japan. This is the first high power solid-state Marx bank ever commissioned.

DTI originally developed the Marx Modulator under a U.S. Dept. of Energy SBIR grant to support SLAC. The Marx bank modulator demonstrates a new technology for compact and economic ILC-class performance. Permitted by using DTI's solid-state switches instead of traditional spark gaps or SCRs, it charges an array of capacitors in parallel at low voltage and then erects them in series to form a high-voltage discharge.

According to Michael Kempkes, DTI VP, "This solid-state configuration allows the capacitors to serve as storage capacitors rather than fully exhausting during each pulse and the switches also provide arc protection of the load without requiring crowbar protection. The ILC-class Marx is envisioned as a key element of the next large multi-national accelerator."

About Diversified Technologies, Inc.

Diversified Technologies, Inc. is the developer and marketer of the PowerMod™ line of high voltage, high power pulse modulators, DC power supplies, and control systems. The firm's products are used worldwide in high power applications such as radar, high energy physics, defense, and food processing

Selected twice by R&D Magazine as one of the 100 most significant products of the year, DTI's PowerMod™ systems are available in a wide range of voltage, current, and performance configurations.

Contact Information:

For more information contact:

Diversified Technologies, Inc.
Michael A. Kempkes
VP of Marketing
35 Wiggins Ave.
Bedford, MA 01730-2345 USA
(781) 275-9444 x211
FAX (781) 275-6081