Online Power Supply granted two additional U.S. patents for power supply technology

CENTENNIAL, Colo., Jan. 10, 2003 — OnLine Power Supply Inc. (OPS) has received issue notification from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office of two new patents for power supply technology.

One entitled “Solid State Driving Circuit” (U.S. Pat. 6,504,423 issue date 1/07/03) and the other (U.S. Pat. 6,507,501 issue date 1/14/03) entitled “Individual or Distributed Non-Saturating Magnetic Element Power Converter.”

Both patents cover advancements in power supply design and form the vanguard of as many as 34 total individual and associated potential OPS patents.

OPS holds four U.S. patents for the process of producing AC to DC power supplies that provide efficiencies of up to 97 percent, extended operating temperature ranges and unparalleled power densities, all without thermal derating.

This innovation is called Distributed Power Magnetics (DPM) and is the first significant breakthrough in AC to DC power supply technology in over 23 years. The sophisticated DPM products also boast impressive MTBF statistics, all in the lightest and smallest footprint available for their particular configurations.

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