DC/DC Converters

Development and production in Sweden

DC/DC Converters

Polyamp develops and manufactures DC/DC converters that are stand-alone, which means that they meet and exceed high demands on EMC and safety. They can be installed in any weather-protected space. They are air-cooled with convection and can be mounted in any direction. The standard operating temperature is -25 to + 55 ° C or + 70 °C with full output. The DC converters can be mounted in environments that are sensitive to interference, such as military, marine and telecom. At the same time, they are able to be in electrically poor environments such as switchgear, power industry, trains and heavy industry. We have just as good EMC data on input as output.

The mechanics are based on aluminum profiles that provide good cooling and mechanical stability for use in vehicles, rail, locomotives, ships and military vehicles with rubber wheels.
All can be mounted on wall, TS35 DIN rail or in 19" rack.

Polyamp can deliver mechanical adaptations or systems based on our devices, such as secure systems with single or double redundancy.

Polyamp is ISO9001: 2015 certified and can deliver within 1 to 4 weeks after ordering. We hold 98% delivery reliability on date in order-acknowledged.

Polyamp has more than 50 years of development and production of DC/DC converters We have always delivered reliable devices with excellent data. .


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Polyamp delivers

World class technology - worldwide

  • Naval system
  • DC Converters
  • Power supplies
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Polyamp Power Division is specialised in DC/DC converters and power supplies. Since the 1970's we design DC/DC converters with a reputation of very high reliability and electrical performance, used in systems with high demands.

Polyamp Systems Division is specialised in design of Naval electromagnetic signatures supression for international customers in Navies or shipyards. We also produce a Underwater Electric Potential (UEP) sensors which is mainly used in Naval and in Oil exploration applications.