NANOSECOND PULSE POWER TECHNOLOGY
Nanosecond pulses with global impact
TPS makes and sells nanosecond pulse power systems that provide transformative commercial solutions to the world’s most pressing problems
TPS is ultra-fast pulses
Nanosecond pulses are 4 million times faster than the blink of an eye
TPS Cutting Edge Technology
Proprietary high-voltage switching technology results in efficient and reliable systems
Solves the challenging issue of electromagnetic interference from fast rising pulses
Size and cost advantages enable new applications
A pulsed power system converts a low-power, long-time input into a high-power, short-time output.
Many pulsed power systems are built for military applications and output high energy pulses, but with the development of faster, solid state switching components the field has expanded to include the development of lower energy nanosecond systems that are utilized in a variety of applications, including biomedical, combustion, and agricultural applications.
Today, as exciting new applications of pulsed power are being explored and discovered, Transient Plasma Systems designs and manufactures compact pulsed power systems for research and industry.
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Transient plasma is a low-temperature plasma that exists during the transient, formative phase of an arc. It is produced by using short, high-voltage pulses, which are short enough (typically less than 100 ns) to prevent the arc from occurring.
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