Feb 8, 2002

Dolphin Charger’s R&D is ready for tomorrow

ANNECY REGION (France), 8 February 2002 – POWER FIRST, the French expert in power conversion solutions, which created and further develops the Dolphin Charger Range of products, is proud to announce that it now owns and operates its own electromagnetic EMC testing lab.

“In-house testing will be key to our future successes”, says the head of POWER FIRST Research, Pierre Marchi.

Thanks to a brand new Anechoic (or Faraday) Chamber, the POWER FIRST R&D Team can from now on more and more regularly and easily test the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) of all our prototypes and products. This cutting-edge technological tool will allow our engineers to track all unintentional generation, propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy which may cause unwanted effects (electromagnetic interference, physical damage in operational equipment, for example).

In other words, the goal of EMC testing is to make sure that all Dolphin Charger products will operate correctly in presence of other equipment sharing a common electromagnetic environment.

POWER FIRST specializes in power conversion solutions. It created the Dolphin Charger brand in 1995 and manages its R&D. REYA is a leading French marine electrical equipment distributor. It is in charge of marketing and sales of all Dolphin Charger products.

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