10/12/2017

Generator Generates Less Heat

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The Matrix 9000 Mark II from Omegasonics runs at a cooler temperature.

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Omegasonics has introduced its Matrix 9000 Mark II ultrasonic generator with electronics enhancements. This generator, the third generation of its series, has 20 percent fewer components on the power board. This means it features a single power board which avoids the variant frequencies of two power boards.

The lighter Matrix 9000 Mark II also offers greater stability and improved safety features. It is the same size as its predecessor but generates less heat because it runs at a cooler operating temperature, making it even more reliable. However, like its predecessor, the Mark II still uses a universal input power supply of 100 to 240 V while delivering constant wattage, and near-unity power factor. It also has an enhanced heat sync that contributes to temperature reduction, which extends the life of electronics. Additionally, the unit has an optional digital display that shows output power from the generator.

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